Education

  • CNED adopted eXact learning solutions' LCMS technology

    CNED

    Accessibility, success and social utility are at the heart of CNED’s values. Every year, nearly 240,000 people in 163 countries including overseas French speaking countries like : Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Réunion, Martinique, New Caledonia and French Polynesia, benefit each year from CNED programs.

    Currently, there are more than 6,000 learning units produced with the LCMS, available for CNED students in different disciplines (eg, learning languages, professional formation, primary school, etc).

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  • Intuition used the eXact learning solutions (LCMS)

    Intuition

    According to Intuition’s Head of Advisory Services, Brian O’Malley, the need to find a system that enables Intuition to constantly maintain and update its library of online content materials led it to eXact learning solutions’ learning content management system (LCMS).

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  • The R-ITI (an UK public sector project) achieved reduction in cost savings, as set out by this Case Study on the eXact learning solutions LCMS.

    NHS R-ITI Project

    The R-ITI Project aims to produce a full eLearning package of content and a learning platform to cover the Royal College of Radiologist curriculum for the 5 years of training currently undertaken by trainees. Content covers both radiological-specific materials as well as physics, PACS and professional skills.

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  • Cegos

    Cegos’ catalogue provides more than 200 modules in nine languages with options for using these in the context of blended learning, serving around 200,000 learners worldwide. This means that the Cegos catalogue represents Europe’s largest initiative in soft skills eLearning catalogue development.

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  • Carson-Dellosa

    Carson-Dellosa Publishing, the leading supplementary educational solutions provider for both teachers and parents in the United States, has chosen eXact learning solutions’ learning content management system (LCMS) to be the foundation of its digital content infrastructure, providing digital asset management and educational content authoring and deployment.

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  • Pandora

    As PANDORA, the global jewellery firm, has been expanding its operations – currently into 80 countries – it has discovered the value of using e-learning to ensure that its sales teams, around the world, sell the right products to the right people.

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