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Bridge Partners with eLearning Brothers to Deliver Customizable, Engaging Course Content

Corporate Learning Management System Offers 20 Off-the-Shelf Courses to Meet Unique Needs and Culture of Businesses

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Bridge by Instructure, a leading learning management system (LMS) for businesses, today announced a partnership with eLearning Brothers, a global provider of templates, custom design and training for e-learning professionals. This partnership provides organizations access to customizable, engaging content through Bridge, enabling them to tailor job- and business-specific content to meet the individual needs and culture of a company.

"When we looked to build course content for Bridge, we wanted to find a partner that could match the innovation and modern voice we have ushered in with our product," said Matt Bingham, VP of product for Bridge at Instructure. "eLearning Brothers is renowned for having a five-star template library for e-learning content, and Bridge is an LMS that's making corporate training customizable and easier to access. Together, we're providing businesses with the best of both worlds when it comes to curating and delivering beautiful content that keeps employees engaged and performing at their peak potential."

This partnership brings customizable, off-the-shelf content directly to businesses. With 20 courses currently available to Bridge customers, the mobile-friendly training covers all the major topics businesses need to cover, including:

  • Business Leadership Skills: Management Basics, Goal Setting & Achieving Teamwork, Conflict Management, Coaching & Feedback, and Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
  • Business 101 Skills: Effective Communication, Customer Service Success, Effective Meetings, Selling for Success, Emotional Intelligence, and Presentation Skills
  • HR/Compliance: Hiring for Managers, Harassment Prevention (EE & Mgr. Editions), HIPAA: Privacy & Security Basics, and Valuing & Respecting Differences
  • Safety Training: Risks & Hazards, Preventing Workplace Violence (incl. Bullying), Environment, and Safety & Health

Unlike other content offerings, where the courses can last an hour or more, these new courses on Bridge are bite-sized—no more than 15 minutes long—to get learners back to work with the information they need to be successful.

Course administrators can change anything in the course, including swapping out assets and receiving the accompanying mp4 files, graphics and infographics. The courses also have placeholders for trainers to link to their own internal documents, intranets and more. Additionally, by integrating other learning resources that a company may already use, like Lynda.com or Open Sesame, Bridge users can keep learning centralized in one platform.

"Since the very beginning, our goal has been to put together interactive, engaging and inspiring content to empower others to enhance their e-learning courses," said Curtis Morley, president at eLearning Brothers. "Teaming up with Instructure was a natural next step, and we're excited to help businesses meet their unique needs through the Bridge LMS."

For more information about eLearning Brothers, please visit eLearningBrothers.com. For more information about Bridge, please visit www.GetBridge.com.

About eLearning Brothers
eLearning Brothers provides the planet's largest, most interactive library of learning assets for rapid e-learning development. eLearning Brothers was founded in 2009 by two brothers who recognized the need to enable awesome e-learning development with great-looking templates.www.eLearningBrothers.com

About Instructure
Instructure, Inc. is a leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology company that makes software that makes people smarter. With a vision to help maximize the potential of people through technology, Instructure created Canvas and Bridge to enable educational institutions and organizations everywhere to easily develop, deliver and manage engaging face-to-face and online learning experiences. To date, Instructure has connected millions of instructors and learners at more than 2,000 educational institutions and corporations throughout the world. Learn more about Canvas for higher ed and K–12, and Bridge for the corporate market, at www.Instructure.com.

CONTACTS:
Chelsea Robie
Method Communications
(801) 461-9787
[email protected]

Curtis Morley
eLearning Brothers
(801) 796-2767
[email protected]

Copyright © 2017, Instructure, Inc. All rights reserved. Instructure, Canvas, Arc and Bridge logos are registered trademarks or trademarks of Instructure, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Other brands and names may be claimed as the property of others.

 

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