Boulder, CO; June 10, 2014 – The “Effective Single Sourcing Transforms Information Builders Customer Education Process” webinar on June 19th at 11:00am MST will feature two learning leaders at Information Builders, Andy Nivision and Emily Duensing, as they share how single-sourcing has transformed the way they author, publish and deliver critical learning content to their customers.
“Because content reuse is quick and simple with Xyleme LCMS, our content consistency has gone from a nightmare to maintain across many courses, to one update and done,” commented presenter Emily Duensing, Senior Manager of Curriculum Development at Information Builders.
Organizations that want to improve the functionality and effectiveness of their learning content will benefit greatly from this webinar. Attendees will be challenged to forget old methods of content development and open their eyes to the benefits of developing content as nuggets of information as opposed to large, monolithic courses. The event will demonstrate how Information Builders was able to multiply the work of just a few to the education of thousands cost effectively.
More specifically, this webinar will highlight:
- Why single source is the right approach for all learning content
- How the transition to mobile learning was a “non issue” for Information Builders
- What an LCMS is and why it is a critical element in your Learning Technology Architecture
- How granular learning objects create the building blocks for any successful learning program
- What “Phase 2” looks like in the single-source transition
To learn more about the Xyleme solution implemented by Information Builders, please visit the website at www.xyleme.com.
Xyleme, Inc. is the leader in standards-based learning content management solutions that enable single-source publishing and personalized delivery of training content. Xyleme’s learning platform enables companies to author, manage, publish, deploy and measure learning from the cloud with Xyleme LCMS and Bravais® — the integrated product suite used for XML-based online courseware, instructor-led training and performance support content from any LMS, web portal or mobile device. The built-in “Tin Can” Learning Record Store (LRS) captures all learner activities and includes rich Analytic Dashboards complete with an open API.