Epignosis Ltd., creator of eFront LMS and TalentLMS, and OpenSesame are proud to announce a new partnership to connect eFront’s LMS customers to more than 22,000 online training courses through the OpenSesame marketplace.
Based in Portland, Oregon, OpenSesame is the world’s largest marketplace for buying and selling online training courses. Buyers browse online training courses in a wide variety of subjects from workplace safety to business skills, to purchase courses that can be used online, by email or in any learning management system.
Epignosis’s partnership with OpenSesame streamlines the talent development process by enabling customers to easily find and deploy online training courses to meet the needs of their workforce. Customers will be able to offer online training courses in a variety of subjects—business skills, compliance, safety, technology and more—for immediate deployment through the eFront and TalentLMS.
“We are thrilled with the added value this cooperation can bring to our customers. A vast base of courses on almost any subject imaginable and readily available within eFront and TalentLMS is a win-win-win offering for Epignosis, OpenSesame and our clients,” said Founder and CTO of Epignosis, Athanasios Papagelis, about the new partnership.
For more please see the recent Press Release.
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1) FutureLearn is UK's chance to 'fight back', says OU vice-chancellor en The Guardian :
Until now, the US has led the way in the creation of massive open online courses (Moocs), run by companies including Coursera, edX, and Udacity and catering to an estimated 3 million learners with hundreds of courses from a range of top institutions.
In a bid to "fight back" – in Bean's words – and compete with the growing demands of students globally, the Open University has joined forces with 11 other UK higher education institutions this month to form FutureLearn, a new company offering a range of free, open and online courses on one learning platform. (...)
2) UK universities to launch free degree-style online courses en The Thelegraph
Twelve top British universities have signed up to Futurelearn, a new programme offering free degree-style online courses to the public in direct competition with US-led rivals Coursera and edX.
4) Por último, os dejo la nota de prensa de la proia web de FutureLEarn:
: UK universities embrace the free, open, online future of higher education powered by The Open University.
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