Keep your employees informed and up to date.

With Adobe Experience Manager Communities, you can quickly add to your community elements that inform and train employees in the field. You can publish educational content, facilitate the exchange of knowledge, track progress, and measure learning results.

Quickly set up social learning sites.

As part of the function of your community, you can teach employees about your business without drawing from valuable and expensive staff. Instead, set up online training to support your latest initiative, where peers can interact with each other, content can be easily updated, and engagement can be measured.

Build learning paths.
Use the site creation wizard to build learning paths for different audiences and help them identify their assignments and learning progress.

Allow peers to share.
Encourage knowledge-exchange within and among peer groups, allowing experts to build and share content.

Add social features.
Encourage engagement by adding social features like ratings, comments, and activity streams to your enablement content.

Create custom catalogs.
Customized catalogs — with intuitive tagging — help community members quickly find the learning resources they need.

Easily manage and share learning content.

Use Experience Manager Assets with Communities to upload, manage, share, and deliver assets (such as video, SCORM, and documents) across your communities from a central repository.

Measure training progress at every step.

As you oversee your community training, use Experience Manager Communities to measure and track the progress of each participant.

  • Easily create resources and assign training to audiences using simple workflows and a drag-and-drop interface.
  • Track learner progress for certification, including scores from SCORM-compliant eLearning content.
  • Integrate with an enterprise system of record to report from a single location.

Know when community content is working.

Monitor interactions around content, communities, and individuals to identify and respond to trends. You can also measure the level of engagement in your learning content in order to get more from your resources and investment.

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