LearningMate Releases New FROST Content Management Functionality & Launches Academic Competency Management Tool
New York, NY—LearningMate Solutions Inc., a global digital enablement solutions provider, today announced the release of an expanded version of FROST, a learning object repository and course development workflow.
FROST’s latest rendition is the first authoring platform to combine a learning object repository, ability to publish to multiple LMSs, deep content analytics, and a managed course development workflow, and is designed to serve as the central piece of an organization’s digital infrastructure. These expanded features improve content management, discoverability, and reusability, all of which are crucial to adapting to education’s continued shift to digital.
“We recognize that efficient and effective workflows, content management, and data analytics are foundational pieces of an organization’s digital infrastructure and critical to thriving in today’s digital environment,” says LearningMate SVP & Business Head of Higher Education Nachiket Paratkar. “With the expansion of FROST we are continuing our mission to help organizations transform their digital content infrastructure to support new business and product models, which is an approach that remains core to our development philosophy.”
LearningMate returns to the Educause Conference this year to demonstrate its growing portfolio of digital transformation solutions and services, developed to help organizations better create, manage, and enrich their digital content. In addition to FROST, we will be previewing LearningMate’s Academic Competency Management Tool (ACMT) for taxonomy and metadata management. This newest addition to our solutions portfolio will transform the way you author, distribute, version, and extend curricular standards. Visit us on the Educause exhibit floor at Booth #1460.
“Our attendance at Educause underscores our dedication to helping organizations develop digital transformation strategies and best practices to meet the demands of today’s students and continue to evolve with the education industry’s shift to digital content,” Paratkar adds.
Led by a diverse and global team of learning, technology, content and performance experts, LearningMate continues to provide innovative, scalable, and technology-driven solutions that deliver measurable results.
To learn more visit LearningMate at Educause Booth #1460 or visit https://www.learningmate.com.
About LearningMate. LearningMate is focused on the needs of the next generation of teachers and learners. The company builds on a strong foundation of learning design with progressive technology, digital media and engineering solutions to connect today’s learners, educators, administrators, policymakers and content creators with the information, tools, and solutions they need to be successful.
With six consulting offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and India, LearningMate serves a global clientele of education publishers, traditional and nontraditional EdTech companies, K-20 schools, universities and career colleges, government agencies, non-profits, corporate learning departments and education consortia.
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