DigitalChalk is a learning system designed for individuals and organizations of all sizes who want to make the educational process more efficient and more engaging for their audience. Whether your goal is to sell your courses online, train new hires, or complete certification requirements, DigitalCh...
DigitalChalk is a learning system designed for individuals and organizations of all sizes who want to make the educational process more efficient and more engaging for their audience. Whether your goal is to sell your courses online, train new hires, or complete certification requirements, DigitalChalk has the structural backbone and course building expertise to help you achieve your goal.
If a learning management system is difficult to use, then you're essentially just putting roadblocks in the path of your instructors and learners. DigitalChalk’s Team of designers and software engineers have made simplicity and ease-of-use a priority.
Create beautiful presentations with interactive multimedia to help learners grasp difficult concepts quickly and to retain key points long after the presentation is over. In addition, attach any kind of documentation that you would like to share. PDFs, Microsoft Office documents, and more are all able to be integrated into your course materials.
Keep your learners engaged with DigitalChalk’s many options for interaction. Collect spontaneous essays, ask your learners to complete a task. Or if you want a more structured interaction, DigitalChalk has a wide range of testing options. From true and false questions to multiple choice and more, DigitalChalk can provide the in depth testing required to be sure that your training is effective.
Once your learners have been tested, view the results with informative analytics reports. Adjusting your teaching style as needed to be sure that your classes are as impactful as they can be.
The Sharable Content Object Reference Model—or SCORM—element in DigitalChalk allows instructors to upload SCORM-compliant content such as converted PowerPoint presentations. This helps make course materials more universally accessible, and reduces worries about IT glitches during a course.