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EDUWORKS DEBUTS AUTHORING TOOL FOR MOBILE-FIRST LEARNING
Corvallis, OR – Eduworks Corporation (“Eduworks”) has released PeBL Pro™, a web-based authoring tool that simplifies the creation of Personalized eBooks for Learning (PeBLs).
Building on technology developed for the US Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative, PeBL Pro puts features such as social and collaborative interactions, content morphing, learner practice and feedback, and offline use in the hands of instructional designers, authors, educators, and training organizations.Continue Reading
Eduworks to lead team that will connect Companies to Colleges for reskilling American workers
Corvallis, OR – Eduworks Corporation (“Eduworks”) has received a second round of funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to lead an effort that will help meet skill demands created by digital transformation. This award is part of the NSF Convergence Accelerator “Future of Work at the Human-Technology Frontier” track and will provide up to $5 million to research, develop, and pilot an AI-enabled virtual assistant called Skillsync that connects employers and colleges for the purposes of defining and meeting reskilling needs.Continue Reading
US Marine Corps uses PeBL platform
Eduworks Corporation is pleased to announce that the United States Marine Corps has released its doctrinal publication on learning, distributed to all Marines, in digital form using Eduworks’ Personalized eBooks for Learning (PeBL) platform. The PeBL version of the Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication 7, Learning, is a joint project among Eduworks, the Advanced Distributed Learning initiative (ADL), and the United States Marine Corps to develop an interactive version of MCDP 7, the first entirely new Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication since 2001.