The magic of speed
Create online courses fast
Dynamic building blocks enable even inexperienced authors to create high-quality, appealing content in a matter of minutes. Use the drag & drop function to create your online courses. Combine background images, media, and text blocks with questions and interactive features. Utilize templates, build in interactive features with just one click, and work with images, collages, videos, audio files, timelines, boxes, questions, and hotspots. This allows you to create varied content, using multimedia content to inspire your learners and improve their learning outcomes, accelerating the pace of learning, and enhancing the learner experience. Your design specifications are controlled via a template, which ensures that your content is recognizable and identified with your company.
You can view how learners will see your content, including your individual corporate design, even while editing in drag & drop. Both the desktop view and the mobile version can be displayed, allowing you to make individual adjustments with ease.
Head of Training and Skill Development
Knowledgeworker Create is just right for us. Our authors are spread around the world and collaborate on our courses. Induction is easy and new colleagues can start directly online. The learning content management system is easy to operate and allows users to create interactive learning modules by means of a series of templates, adding and combining text, images, videos, animations, and other content.
Review, approval, translation, and publication
Everyone involved works together centrally in the authoring tool from the outset. Material can be reviewed directly in your courses and suggestions about changes can be left in the appropriate place. This allows authors to see which tasks still need to be completed. Once a course is approved, you can start internationalizing it via integrated translation management. Here, too, you always have an overview of progress. The entire review, approval, and translation process requires no further software and you can control everything centrally in your course, saving time and resources.
When you have finalized your online courses, you can make them available both on- and offline. The authoring tool makes it quick and easy to share them in different formats. Knowledgeworker Create meets all modern eLearning standards, such as cmi5, xAPI (Tin Can), SCORM 2004, and SCORM 1.2.
Just try it out
It couldn’t be better or quicker.
Reuse content with ease
Once created—always reusable
Knowledgeworker Create allows you to give structure to valuable information. Complex content is stored as small modules that can be used multiple times. Media, content, and layout are stored separately from each other, which has huge potential to increase your efficiency.
Any content that has already been created can be included in new courses. You always refer to the original and build content in to very different courses. This means that you can easily create courses with overlapping content for different target groups and localized markets. Any updates only need to be made once. All courses that include the sharable content object in question are simultaneously updated.
Adaptivity-boosting learning outcomes
Individualized learning-minimizing learning time
Make it easy for learners to absorb the specific knowledge they require, at a time that’s right for them, and at their own speed. Knowledgeworker Create provides you with a range of features to simplify this process, allowing you to adjust all the relevant settings from your online course without needing to create different versions first. You define all the conditions, dependencies, and restrictions in one course, and at the same time facilitate individual learning on the basis of individual learners’ prior experience or the department they work in. You use defined conditions to adapt the nature and content of your online courses to the level of knowledge, learning preferences, and environments of your learners. This enables you to allow learners who have successfully completed pre-tests, for example, to skip forward in your online course, or only to unlock content once learners have completed a particular section.