360Learning product overview
360Learning empowers learning and development teams to drive culture and growth through collaborative learning. This platform combines collaborative tools with LMS, enabling high-growth companies to unlock learning based on collective expertise instead of top-down knowledge. It provides a simple way to onboard new employees, train customer-facing teams, and develop professional skills—all from one place.
360Learning activates the future of work at numerous organizations. Founded in 2013, 360Learning has raised $41 million with 200+ team members across New York, Paris, and London.
Pros of 360Learning
- 360Learning allows any company to unlock collaborative learning at scale. Its collaborative authoring tool simplifies bringing engaging experts into the course creation process.
- It provides the features organizations need and removes the feel of traditional LMS for learners.
Cons of 360Learning
- While 360Learning is compatible with SCORM and off-the-shelf content providers, the platform is best suited for companies with a growing, internally-developed course catalog that needs to stay up-to-date. It is not ideal for companies that want to minimize any learner interaction and collaboration.
Breakdown of core features
360Learning lets users create courses in minutes, not months. This LMS equips anyone to build engaging courses with its collaborative authoring tool—no training or technical skills needed.
The platform supports learning from the people who know the business best. Users can watch their course completion rates soar when they connect learners with subject-matter experts.
Organizations can scale adoption with relevant, personalized learning from 360Learning. Teams can prepare learning champions with the tools and insights required to deliver training at scale.
(Last updated on 09/15/2021 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)