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Agylia to unveil its new generation of mobile learning Apps at Learning Technologies 2019

Bristol, UKLearning NewsCivica

Agylia has announced that it will unveil the latest version of the Agylia mobile learning Apps - with new and improved features and capabilities - at Learning Technologies 2019, on 13-14 February at ExCeL London.

Alex Mackman, Technical Director at Agylia said, “Agylia were one of the first companies to provide native mobile learning Apps as part of its learning platform. We’ve worked with our customers who use the Agylia mobile learning Apps as part of their learning offering, to develop new and enhanced functionality for the Apps - which will further enhance the learning experiences they provide.”

With a new fluid and dynamic design, the new Apps have been developed with user experiences in mind. Combining engaging interfaces, full branding options, playlists and enhanced search capabilities, the new Apps make it even easier for users to find and consume the learning content they need.

“The ability to access content offline, in addition to online, remains a key feature of the Apps. A new streaming capability for videos and podcasts improves the online experience. A new dedicated offline area provides quick access to content downloaded, further enhancing the offline experience. Whether users are at work, at home or travelling, the Apps enable users to access their digital learning content,” added Alex.

The Apps continue to enable access to a wide range of digital learning content, including eLearning and microlearning courses, videos, podcasts, documents and performance aids - supporting the increasing demand to provide learners with greater control over their learning.    

Attendees at the Learning Technologies exhibition will be able to visit Agylia on Stand F51 for a demonstration of the new App, in addition to the Agylia Learning Management System. Agylia will also be there to provide guidance on how organisations can use technology to enhance their learning initiatives. 

Agylia Seminar - Seminar Theatre 5, 14:45-15:15 on 13 February 

On day one (13 February), Alex will present ‘Mobile, microlearning and AI - how to combine the big three’ in seminar theatre 5 at 14:45 - 15:15. The session will cover both the concepts and steps to embrace new learning technologies.

Agylia Demo - Demo Zone, 10:25-10:40 on 14 February 

Following this on day two (14 February), Alex will host a practical session in the Demo Zone at 10:25 - 10:40, providing an overview of the Agylia Apps and how the use of microlearning and AI can further improve learning experiences.