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Problem: A client or ours wanted to deliver interactive videos to their staff for professional development. They were running face to face seminars but they wanted to repurpose these seminars for staff who could not attend in person. They needed the videos to be edited and interactions added such as quizzes to meet to requirements of the governing body. The client did not have a learning management system, however they wanted to get some basic learner analytics. The main learner analytics they needed was who had completed the courses and who had not. Further, they did not have in-house video editing expertise or an e learning developer. They did have access to Rise Articulate but they wanted to courses to be video based and further, they wanted the videos securely hosted and tracked.
Solution: Using the VidVersity Foundry Share Link Registered User feature, they could upload all the learners details, first name, last name and email address. Then once they had created engaging interactive content the client using VidVersity sent an invitation to all the learners to complete the course. The learner clicks on a link and once they have verified their email address they can commence the course. The administrator can get basi learner analytics by tracking when the videos were viewed and whether the course has been completed. The learner analytics data could then be uploaded to an LMS if the client decided to go down the LMS route at a later date.