As you know, bugle offers detailed reporting on your training, audience and community tool. But, did you know you can also monitor and analyse your audience’s quizzes and evaluation results?
Quizzes are both an interactive feature and key to help retention and evaluation purposes. Offering your learners feedback on their quizzes responses is a great way to add value, guide students in their learning path, and add a bit of fun.
Regardless of the size of your training audience, it is likely you have different training goals, and need to convey different messages to specific groups of learners. With bugle, you can easily assign the right onboarding and training content to segmented groups (or even individuals).
Bugle is an easy to use, beautiful video training SaaS. Watch theses videos with an overview of bugle’s learner console and backoffice.
You already know that bugle offers detailed reporting on your training, courses, audience and connect tool. Now, you can also analyse detailed performance and interactions with any extra resource you have in the academy.
Each person or third party involved in your training needs different types of permissions, based on their role in the project. With bugle, setting and managing these permissions is easy.
You want to offer the best training experience to your learning audience. Part of that is offering a beautiful learning environment, simple to use and with all your learner needs to make the most of your course. Take a look at bugle’s course area!
Your training videos should be short and to the point. However, sometimes you need to add checklists, fact sheets or other resources related to your video training. With bugle, all that extra information can be added in an organized way to your learners console.
When you have a winning course structure, make it a template and use it as base in future courses. This feature will help you increase efficiency and make your course creation even easier.
Did you know you can share direct links to your bugle training videos in your own tools, and use SSO to ensure students don't need to sign in again?