Bugle allows you to choose from 6 different authentication methods to adapt to the type of audience your academy is for. In this article, we explain these 6 different methods, without the technical gobbledygook, and offer examples of their application to different use cases.
Analysing training data is key to understand if your training efforts are being effective. In this article, we will share some pitfalls to avoid so you can make the most of your data – and your audience can make the most of your training.
Every year we share with you the ten best performing articles of the bugle blog during that year. And this year, we’re doing it again because – you guessed it! It usually ends up being one of the top read articles as well. So, besides being a nice read for the last week of the year, it also offers you a sneak peek of the content and topics that our readers, and your peers, valued the most this year.
At bugle, we are continuously making improvements to our training platform. Whether it’s a new feature or an update, our goal is to make it as easy-to-use as possible and make user experience, both in the backoffice and in the student area, simple and enjoyable. And this is not just talk. As 2021 comes to an end, we are sharing the top new features and updates we did this year, driven by your feedback, and deep analysis of what we can do to help you drive results-oriented training in your company.
At first glance, this post may sound a bit "techy", however I'll relax on the technical terms and focus on explaining how a platform’s stack can help achieve demanding requirements at the Enterprise software industry, and how we handle those requirements, at bugle.
As in any tool, making it easy for your users to find what they need is key. In a digital academy, this means it should be easy for your students to find the training content they are looking for. Here are some tips on how to organize your training content to make sure your learners have a smooth experience and don't waste time that should be used for the actual training.
If you’re reading this article, chances are, you’ve already thought about implementing an online Academy but felt demotivated to do so when you started to plan for costs and resources. When we think of eLearning, our minds usually default to courses assembled by professionals with experienced presenters recording a deeply thought-out script in a studio; or beautifully animated courses with professional narrators adding the much-needed human touch. These productions are costly and time consuming, which puts them out of reach when budget is a concern.
But what if I told you that you don’t need these high-level productions to start building an engaging and successful eLearning Academy?
I’m a learning experience designer, a millennial one. I don’t know what “cringe” is and I still wear skinny jeans. My job is to design visual assets that bring online courses to life. I'm always concerned about making interesting and useful training videos, that aren’t boring and appeal to the majority. I’ve learned a lot from my senior instructional designers and project managers, and I began to understand and appreciate all the eLearning best practices.
We have great news! You can now record Loom videos in your bugle platform and use them as course chapters.