So you wanted to learn about online learning?
If so, you’ve come to the right place.
In launching 70+ custom learning experiences for leading brands like Harvard, Microsoft, and Smithsonian, we’ve amassed an incredible amount of expertise relating to designing, building, and launching remarkable online learning. Given that learning is key to our mission, we’ve opened this expertise to you.
When creating online training to generate revenue or impact, one of the most important decisions you’ll make is where your new online learning offering will live. Learn about the different platform options, how to think like a product company, and considerations for choosing a platform.
Eduventures and ExtensionEngine come together to discuss real-world examples of universities who are building online programs without revenue sharing and without traditional online program managers (OPMs).
John Leh, CEO and Lead Analyst at Talented Learning, talks about why higher-end learning providers have been turning to “Custom Learning Experiences” to differentiate and sell more content.
Management consultants seeking new revenue streams and ways to reach out to customers have developed—or are considering developing—online learning programs. But most online learning has failed to evolve, and many moving into the online learning space underestimate what it takes to make it engaging and effective.
Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of each engagement model, which one is best suited for your institution, and how you can receive a custom-tailored financial model for your institution incorporating over 30 parameters.
Leading organizations are moving past talking head online learning to something more engaging, more effective, and more powerful. Using innovation, technology, and learning science, these industry leaders are evolving to reach the next generation of learning.
Fergus Wood, Head of Digital Learning at FitchLearning, talks about why they chose a Custom Learning Experience over an LMS and how they drive revenue from high-end online learning.
Do you feel your online learning program may not be living up to it’s potential? Download this white paper to learn how to adapt it to take advantage of evolving technologies.
Download this white paper that the reveal six pillars of online learning that can guide you in developing an effective and impactful online learning program.
Last year we had 70+ product launches for some 40 clients including elite universities, corporations and foundations…programs that touched millions of learners. This guide offers 10 best practices we have learned through our experience.
3 examples of engaging online learning that drive key metrics at elite higher ed institutions – Topics include, increasing revenue, engagement, and influence.
Brandon Hall Group, a research and advisory services firm that provides insights around key performance areas, gives an overview of ExtensionEngine’s solutions and provides an analyst’s review.
When you want to incorporate adaptive, competency based, experiential, social or constructivist learning, Open edX may be the right fit instead of your LMS. Learn about 6 scenarios when Open edX makes sense.
Do you want to create distinctive online learning programs to drive revenue or create impact but feel constricted by traditional learning management systems? Learn about a compelling alternative that is used by innovative companies like Johnson & Johnson, Google, and McKinsey.
4 admission metrics during pre-matriculation that can be enhanced with custom learning experiences. Specifically, these metrics are awareness, quality, yield, and preparedness.