Content Curation

World's First User-Designed eLearning Toolkit

San Rafael, CA (USA), October 2018 - Knowbly, the maker of award-winning cloud-based authoring tools for universities, schools, businesses, professionals, and consumers, has announced the launch of the world's first eLearning toolkit designed for eLearning creators by eLearning creators.

Tools to create effective eLearning courses can be overwhelming and time consuming to navigate. Most course creators simply want to access their content without fuss and create meaningful learning materials for their learners.

Knowbly™ solves the complexity of content curation with its built-in Asset Management System, which enables course creators to store their assets in the system for future access. No more time needs to be spent searching for items on the desktop. Everything you need is where you expect it to be.

As cloud-based authoring systems trend towards adding more and more features at a rapid pace, focusing on the needs of the eLearning course creator is often overlooked. Knowbly reverses this trend with its simple, user-based feature set suggested and designed by some of the world's best eLearning course creators in K-12, higher education, and corporate training.

The intuitive, easy to use interface enables eLearning developers to focus on what they do best: creating interactive content and courses for their teams.

It's not just about the software, but how you support it, too. Many of today's organizations rely on automated responses or "bots" to help you get started, rather than enabling their support system to be responsive. "Taking content from three-ring binders to a ready-to-go eLearning course can be intimidating," said Kathryn Stewart, CEO of Knowbly.

"The Knowbly Customer Success team is focused on the complete customer journey and will be with you every step of the way. Our users want a simple, easy-to-use eLearning development solution with support when they need it and where they need it - and we are up to the challenge."

"We're excited to be able to provide the eLearning industry with a suite of tools that have been peer vetted," said Charles Gerli, VP of Product. "We're open to feedback and invite instructional designers, trainers, teachers, educators, and professors, as well as other eLearning developers into our platform to be part of our continuous improvement cycle. We have many additional items planned for 2018 and beyond and look forward to many years of collaboration with eLearning developers in the industry."