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How it works

Learnbubble is a feature rich Learning and Content Management System. Below is an outline of some of these features.

Creating the learning content

Build your own courses

Building good content is critical, no matter what medium you use to deliver it. A course succeeds if it has good, interesting content, combined with consistent and appropriate style and flow. The very best training delivery methods do not remove the need for quality content.

Our team can work with you to create varied content using a variety of media, links, glossaries, video, or plain text, whatever is appropriate to your particular requirements.

Courses in Learnbubble can contain just learning material, just assessments, or both (usually) - it depends what you are trying to achieve.

Our course builder has a comprehensive set of features, including the following:

The screen samples included here show a sample course structure and an individual course page.

Taking a course or assessment

Once a course has been built you can give access to learners.
There are two main ways to get access:

Auto assessments are marked as the course progresses. Results are fed back to learners together with the correct answer and any other comments that the course creator may have set up to help guide the learner.

There is a tutor interface on each page (can be switched off if you prefer). It can be used for:

The administrator controls various aspects relating to delivery of the course, such as how long it will remain available to that person.

The person taking the course can do it in multiple visits - they will be returned to the point they had got to.

Completing the course

When somebody completes a course, what happens next will depend on how the course was set up. Basically, short e-learning courses tend to have auto-assessments embedded, and no further intervention is required. Longer courses and accredited courses, that are using Learnbubble, direct learners to carry out activities and find information outside the course as well as within it. This is usually submission of written or other creative work and then goes through a structured process: