Uber & EduMe Case Study: Part 2 - Moving to a continuous learning journey

Uber & EduMe Case Study: Part 2 - Moving to a continuous learning journey

Uber has been using EduMe’s microlearning platform to onboard driver-partners in markets across Europe, Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa. The results are documented in a previous case study, showing that onboarding times decreased by 13% for driver-partners who used EduMe, compared to those who attended in-person sessions.

Having seen the efficacy of EduMe’s mobile-first platform for onboarding training, Uber decided to expand its use to ongoing training.

The results?  Increased productivity, improved quality, happier driver-partners and reduced costs. Check out our latest case study...

How to reach learners in the gig economy

How to reach learners in the gig economy

We're on a mission to make learning suitable and easy to access for today's working environment.

Through our work with modern companies like Uber and Rappi, and other companies like them, that rely on a flexible workforce, we've honed our product to constantly make it easier to access learning for people that are on-the-go.

We've now taken things one step further by introducing a self-registration option.

What is Microlearning?

What is Microlearning?

In this post, we define what microlearning is and how it fits into the overall learning journey. We also explain why microlearning is suddenly on everyone's lips.

You will also find practical advice, based on our experience from working with large multinational companies like Uber, on how to succeed with your microlearning strategy.

Learning in the gig economy

Learning in the gig economy

It wasn’t so long ago that working remotely was viewed as something of a novel concept, but with globalisation in full flow, businesses and individuals are no longer restricted by postcode when it comes to who they work with. Some companies, such as Uber have built their entire business models around it.

Of course, remote working doesn’t come without its challenges - although the technology to enable remote working is readily available, how do you ensure that your workforce is motivated, engaged and trained in the necessary skills? What’s clear is that companies need to move beyond traditional methods used to share information and train employees. 

Binge-learning? Pass the popcorn!

Binge-learning? Pass the popcorn!

Mention ’binging’ and most of us will think back guiltily to the last time we over-indulged on food, drink, TV, or even social media. Even if you binge on something worthwhile, like learning, it seems logical that ‘you can have ‘too much of a good thing’.

But do these concepts apply to learning? New Wharton research has looked into binge-consumption in the online education sector and whether you learn better this way. Read on to find out what the answer is!

What is mobile learning (and why should you care)?

What is mobile learning (and why should you care)?

Did you know that smartphones outnumber PCs by 2.5 times? No? Well, the smartphone revolution is well and truly here.  So the question for people in the learning and development industry of what mobile learning really is has never been more pertinent.

In this post we define what mobile learning really is, why it matters to you and outline some key steps to devising a successful mobile learning strategy.

How to produce great videos for microlearning Part III: Other options

How to produce great videos for microlearning Part III: Other options

This is the third part in our blog series on How to produce great videos for microlearning. If you missed the first two parts, you can access Part I: The Basics here and Part II: Getting down to business here

It's our belief that any successful microlearning strategy needs to include effective use of videos and so we're sharing our best practice tips in this series of blog post.

This is Part III dealing with alternatives to live video, such as seminars, screen capture and presentations.

EduMe is a finalist in the 2018 Learning Awards!

EduMe is a finalist in the 2018 Learning Awards!

We're thrilled that the Learning and Performance Institute selected us as a finalist in the 'Startup Learning Provider of the Year' category!

We believe that the learning industry is facing some incredible opportunities with the rapid ascent of mobile technology and we're proud to say we work at the very frontier of this paradigm shift. This was also recognised by Learning Technologies Awards just over a month ago when we were nominated for Best use of Mobile Learning in the Learning Technologies Awards 2018.

How to produce great videos for microlearning Part II: Getting down to business

How to produce great videos for microlearning Part II: Getting down to business

This is the second part in our blog series on "How to produce great videos for microlearning". If you missed the first part, you can access it here

It's our belief that any successful microlearning strategy needs to include effective use of videos and so we're sharing our best practice tips in this series of blog post.

The theme of Part II is Getting down to business, which includes tips on filming, audio and post production.

How to produce great videos for microlearning: Part I

How to produce great videos for microlearning: Part I

Earlier this year, we published a practical guide on how to succeed with mobile learning. This is also available as a top ten list.

We believe that any successful microlearning strategy needs to include effective use of videos, so we're sharing our best practice tips in a series of blog posts. 

Part I deals with The Basics including why video is important, how to prepare to ensure success and how to work with the script and actors.

EduMe shortlisted for Best Use of Mobile Learning by Learning Technologies Awards 2017!

EduMe shortlisted for Best Use of Mobile Learning by Learning Technologies Awards 2017!

It's with great pleasure and humility that we find ourselves shortlisted for this award by the esteemed Learning Technologies Awards. 

It's our partnership with Uber that has been recognised as it clearly illustrated the benefits of our mobile-first approach and how to apply microlearning as an effective solution allowing Uber to scale faster without increasing support costs.

EduMe's USPs: Part 1 - Combining microlearning and communication

EduMe's USPs: Part 1 - Combining microlearning and communication

EduMe is the only mobile-first platform that allows companies to combine communication with microlearning. Why? Because this combination results in knowledge retention and behaviour change that, in turn, lead to the business impact experienced by clients such as Uber. Find out how our clients are using communication to complement and reinforce training initiatives.

 

Join EduMe for drinks on Thursday, 28th September - Moot Bar, Chiswick

Join EduMe for drinks on Thursday, 28th September - Moot Bar, Chiswick

Join us for a drink, bite to eat and chance to network with L&D and HR professionals. We’ll be at Moot Bar in Chiswick Business Park from 5pm onwards, on Thursday 28th September. We’ll be doing demos of our microlearning platform and sharing insights on how to use microlearning to deliver business impact. Spaces are limited, so please RSVP to hello@edume.com - hope to see you there.