3 Best Moodle-Based Systems Proving It's Time To Upgrade Your Corporate Training LMS

| February 1, 2019

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To get the most out of your training program, you need to make sure your LMS can deliver. If you’re looking to upgrade, a Moodle-based system is definitely something you should be looking at. Read on, and get to know more about the top Moodle-based systems in the industry. On account of the platform’s extraordinary flexibility, customizability and a plethora of plugins that extend its functionality.

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Article | February 12, 2020

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How Analog Security Cameras Paved the Way for Modern Campus Security

Article | February 12, 2020

There’s no denying that video surveillance is a big part of physical safety on campuses. Today, this technology is a security program staple for universities across the country. A 2019 survey by Campus Safety magazine found that 96 percent of respondents in the higher education, K–12 and healthcare sectors have security cameras installed on their campuses. Most universities have adopted network security cameras, which convert video signals into IP packets broadcast over a LAN or the internet, because they boost security. Schools are also utilizing tools, such as AI-based video analytics software, that enable public safety staff to monitor activity on campus without needing to be at their posts at all times.

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Hybrid Education Plans Take Shape in the US

Article | February 12, 2020

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