With Intrepid Learn, you can have everyone you need to experience the same learning with consistency and quality, at scale, at speed. Our clients can't even imagine how they'd solve the problems they're solving with Intrepid Learn using any other modality.
Utilize the best aspects of social and collaborative learning, right within the learning experience itself. No need to jump out to another program—the features are built into the platform.
Clients are using discussion forums for a variety of learning purposes, including:
Moderators can surface key themes or questions easily, and learners can learn from each other through their own words and ideas. Capabilities include giving feedback at the asset level to course administrators.
Learners can "like" and bookmark content, as well as provide feedback on the asset level to course designers. This makes it easy to collect responses and iterate.
“We have been so happy with the design and performance of the Intrepid platform. The discussion forums have been the most powerful aspect, and I love the simplicity and openness of the format—our high-potential leaders are able to have great conversations amongst themselves easily. When I last looked at the current cohort, there were over 100 separate discussion threads going! And the whole platform looks great visually.”
Guide your learners down a prescriptive learning path that delivers knowledge in a particular order through microlearning and short-form content.
Check out the blog post “Meeting the Five Moments of Need” for information on how our platform works in a way that’s backed up by learning brain science.
Organize your content any way you’d like—you’re in complete control. Self-directed programs are engaging and useful, and time-bound courses can be “left on” for continued reference and refreshing.
Take a look at “The Case for Ruthless Relevance” for tips on keeping content in a learning experience useful for your audience.
Motivate your learners through gamification with features that can be adjusted to suit your company culture. Hit the friendly competition sweet spot, or just ensure learners feel a sense of accomplishment as they progress.
Check out the blog posts ”Gamification Two Ways: A Look at Learner Motivation” and “Love, Money or Glory: Upping Your Game” for more about the different gamification options best for different audiences and learning goals.
You can segment and organize your learners into cohorts or by user type to make sure the right learner is getting the right learning experience at the right time.