Different people learn in different ways, and no single solution is appropriate for all training applications. More important than configuration options for learning types (visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners) is the variety of delivery methods and tools available to address the different learning styles.
Learn.net has embraced this challenge by building a suite of blended learning technologies to serve these various learning environments. The applications listed below share a common LMS database and student records. Specifically, CADE can accommodate the following training scenarios:
- Classroom-based (instructor-led) training: with the CADE system, Administrators can schedule classes, facilities, and resources; Site Coordinators can print local rosters, take attendance and even assign passing grades; both employees and customers can register online and be wait-listed for classes or workshops.
- On-line, on-demand courses: the CADE LMS allows Administrators to assign courses from various sources (developed in-house, third party courses, or recordings of live, interactive eTutor sessions); the LMW supports SCORM, AICC, and simple web courses. Learners can take these courses from anywhere via their self-serve portal.
(live, instructor-led) training:
Learn.net software enables organizations to deliver distance
learning to remote students, via the internet or via satellite.
- Learn.net's eTutor web-collaboration software lets remote learners view and hear a live presentation by a subject matter expert who can be located anywhere with internet access and a webcam; learners can respond to test questions using their keyboard, or wireless interactive response units (IRUs) available from Learn.net. Instructors can “call on students” by opening the learners' microphones remotely, and their webcams (for two-way video). These eTutor sessions can also be recorded for interactive playback at a later time. All student activity and scores are recorded in the LMW database.
- The CADE Virtual Classroom is a web-based application that typically resides on a local PC, or is integrated in an appliance, like a set-top box. Read more...
Learn.net authoring software, authors can create and publish mobile
versions of on-demand courses or eTutor recordings for off-line
viewing (see “Rapid Authoring”); CADE-mobile supports both
“tethered” (via wifi or 4G)
or off-line applications. Learners and administrators can access their mobile portal to
check their training status, their attendance records or take a
both instances, all test scores are tracked in the LMW database.
 CADE stands for Communications and Distance Education, and refers to our suite of blended learning technologies.
 LMW stands for the Learning Management Web, our LMS.