Building effective learning cultures is at the core of what ODILO does and a central theme at Learning Live 2019. During the 4 and 5th of September in London, the Company will be showcasing its digital solution powered to foster unlimited and collaborative learning cultures for companies of all sizes.
To create a spirit of continuous learning across all four corners of an organization, a powerful solution is required to complement targeted learning and development processes and programs. As the potential use of it may be voluntary and time is precious, it is essential that the experience is not only engaging, adaptive to busy and transient lifestyles while also the content needs to be relevant to each employee’s unique interests and goals, whether it is personal, professional or family orientated.
ODILO will be showcasing its mobile-first learning platform that has an intelligent data-driven and quality user experience akin to popular applications for mass media consumption such as Netflix and Spotify. Innovators can leverage that modern experience and deeply personalise it to reflect their corporate values, culture and developmental goals and offer it to their employees and families to encourage uninterrupted, everyday learning. With access to over 2 million digital titles covering all skill levels and popular media formats such as ebooks, audiobooks, magazines and video, corporates will be able to offer a truly inclusive experience of endless learning.
Imagine an executive can read the Economist or listen to an audiobook bestseller such as Michelle Obama’s Becoming, while an entry-level professional can read soft skill and leadership development titles and read a novel with their children. An employee with dyslexia can benefit from our Open-Dyslexic font while also a commuter can learn Lean Startup principles offline on their mobile.
Another event hot topic is content curation. Imagine having a catalog that is handpicked to be inline with your company values and learning and training goals and it is continuously increasing depending on user demands and industry innovations. ODILO has a committed team of content experts dedicated to curating content to help its partners achieve their goals and address specific challenges it faces across the organization.
At the event, ODILO will also be making a special offer worth £5,000 for innovative companies who decide to purchase a new solution before September 30. Please visit our stand to learn more.
Come and visit our panel!
Tiago Mateus, ODILO’s Chief Commercial Officer, will also be participating in a panel session “Can Technology Alone Create a Learning Culture?” to share his insights on the topics above.
The panel will take place on September 5th at 11:30 in the “Interact” room and will be conducted by Edmund Munk, The Learning and Performance Institute’s CEO.
See you on September 4th!
ODILO is the leading ecosystem for unlimited and collaborative learning and considered by many as the “Netflix for Education”.
We exclusively offer a Netflix-styled and highly engaging digital library experience, a virtual book club and offer infinite learning possibilities with access to over 2M digital titles from over 5K publishers. ODILO has designed its technology to adapt to the needs of users of all learning abilities and in all parts of the world to ensure learning without any barriers.
Your employees will love a personalised and inclusive digital experience where they will have mobile-first and instant access to content of all formats and subjects to develop any skills and knowledge. Your employees will exchange knowledge, deepen connections and critical thinking skills with an interactive virtual book club experience.
We currently have access to over 140M of readers in 43 countries and work in partnership with over 4,500 governments and industry leaders to achieve UNESCO 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
To learn more about our passion for education, please visit https://www.odilo.us/
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