The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged both educational institutions and businesses to operate in newer and safer ways. Professor, student and co-worker must rely on new solutions to maintain education, training and certification levels under strict social distancing conditions.
The NotifiUs eLearning Management application includes integrated and customizable analytics to quickly determine each students success with translating course material into working knowledge, or reporting co-worker success with maintaining proper certification, compliance, or training standards. Our e-Learning Management Application includes Resource Assurance Testing for both the Individual and Team or group.
A few of the many features are listed below!
Easily make assignments through the NotifiUs eLearning Dashboard.
Assign Teams or Groups
Securely and quickly add individuals to courses, certification programs, or teams and/or groups through drop down menus.
NotifiUs algorithms can be configured to notify the participant of correct or incorrect answers, at the time of test taking, or review test results to report trends with over all subject matter or by specific question.
Real Time Analytic
Professor and manager can receive real-time feedback on test or certification testing. Replaces traditional paper scratch cards.
All previous test and certification data is stored for future analysis. Individual achievement can be reconciled with group performance.
Configure bonus or point programs for additional encouragement.
Test, Certification and Individual Question Library
A complete library of previous tests, certification programs or individual questions is available for re-use. Additional security can be added that requires participants to register with assigned PIN codes and browser-lock to a specific IP address.
NotifiUs Application Program Interface (API). The NotifiUs platform supports a robust set of open interface standards to integrate with external product and services, and custom development.
Safe Exam Browser is released as freeware. The source code is subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (the "License"); you may only use these files in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/.