GoReact | November 17, 2022
GoReact today announced its expansion into the K-12 education market and the availability of its video feedback platform for school districts across the U.S. The formal expansion comes after a limited pilot with select school districts, which used GoReact’s platform to support teacher growth and development.
“Our platform has become a standard part of the higher education tech stack over the last decade, especially in new teacher development, and we’re thrilled to extend the benefits of our platform to K-12 districts nationwide,We all need to do more to support the incredible teachers shouldering ever-heavier burdens. GoReact empowers districts to better support teacher induction, growth and development.”
Ken Meyers, GoReact’s founder and CEO.
GoReact’s proprietary video feedback platform will help K-12 school districts offer teachers more support through:
Supporting induction programs by enabling new teachers to increase practice, model instruction, and receive targeted and visual feedback.
Fostering professional learning and development by tailoring feedback and empowering teachers to set measurable goals.
Onboarding unlicensed tutors and teachers of record by expediting time to proficiency with video observation.
Encouraging self-reflection by empowering teachers to watch videos of themselves teaching.
Engaging in teams through PLC collaboration on practices prioritized by the school or district.
Improving instructional leadership to maximize the educational impact of every minute spent in the classroom.
I love GoReact for teacher observations,” said Ann Stark, Mentor Teacher at Foothill Consortium California Teacher Induction Program.Having our beginning teachers actually see themselves teaching and then getting to provide comments on their areas of strength or growth is very powerful. With entry into the K-12 sector, GoReact is planning a comprehensive product roadmap geared toward the unique and evolving needs of K-12 education. GoReact already provides data security safeguards, including compliance with FERPA and COPPA, for its best-in-class video feedback platform. GoReact also integrates with all LTI-compliant learning management systems.
GoReact is reshaping education by humanizing and accelerating skills-based learning. More than 800 colleges, universities, and K-12 districts worldwide use GoReact to facilitate scalable video observation, coaching and assessment for rapid skill development. With simple, interactive tools for collaborative learning and personalized feedback, GoReact helps all learners demonstrate skill competency with greater human connection and engagement.
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Cornerstone | September 14, 2022
Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc., a leader in adaptive HR solutions, today announced several advancements to EdCast, the industry-leading Learning Experience Platform (LXP) acquired by Cornerstone in May 2022. New skills capabilities, deepened cross-platform integrations and more intuitive insights and dashboards top the list of the latest capabilities being delivered since the acquisition to help customers improve people growth and business productivity. In the past five months, we have made tremendous strides in strengthening the connections between the EdCast and Cornerstone offerings,” said Himanshu Palsule, CEO of Cornerstone. Our priority is to deliver more value to combined customers and their users, while ensuring the EdCast LXP is still open, independent and available broadly to any organization with different learning management tools. We are invested in EdCast and bringing to life innovation that revolutionizes the learning and development market.
Some of the most recent enhancements to EdCast include:
Enriched User Experience: EdCast customers can now take advantage of an updated user experience across products and channels based on a new design system. The new experience provides improved user experience consistency across the platform, visual design with more modern visual identity, improved accessibility standards and more seamless connection between mobile and desktop.
Enhanced Learner & Manager Dashboards: Updates to EdCast’s learner dashboard allow employees to connect to one another more intuitively, track their progress, manage their skills profiles and further personalize their learning experience. Manager dashboards provide new actionable insights with a singular view of how their teams are learning, what skills they have and at what level, and assign new relevant and timely learning content to engage them as an active participant in their team’s development.
New In the Flow of Work Integrations: The next evolution of the EdCast Integrations Hub includes an enterprise-level workflow automation platform with ready-to-use connectors across a variety of enterprise applications and content providers, and the ability to create customized connectors, ensuring customers can seamlessly incorporate learning into the platforms their people are already using. This includes EdCast’s latest integration with Zoom Video Communication, Inc., which embeds learning and training tools within Zoom Meetings to drive productivity and upskilling in the flow of work.
Subject Matter Expert (SME) Empowerment: The EdCast platform now offers more power to internal SMEs so they can share their knowledge and skills with others across their organization. Employees can create their own learning badges to showcase and celebrate skill development and expertise. Employees can also share certification on LinkedIn to promote their skills outside of their organization.While Cornerstone is committed to keeping the EdCast product open and platform-agnostic, the company has also invested in deeper integrations with Cornerstone's existing learning and talent solutions. Together, joint customers will have improved end-to-end content experiences for learners regardless of where they consume learning via a native inline player. A new integration between EdCast and the Cornerstone Skills Graph opens up a taxonomy of over 53,000 skills to develop skill profiles and make skill recommendations based on job roles.
Following its acquisition by Cornerstone, EdCast continues to receive industry recognition for its outstanding leadership in the market. Most recently, MyGuide, the Digital Adoption Product (DAP) offering from EdCast, was recognized as a major contender in Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix for DAP Technology.
"EdCast is a critical part of our product portfolio at Cornerstone, and our team is diligently focused on doing what we originally set out to do when we launched EdCast: provide the best learning experience platform on the market,The amount of integration progress we’ve made in this short amount of time is astounding, and we have long-term plans to continue at this pace of innovation and transform learning at work.”
Karl Mehta, Managing Director, EdCast by Cornerstone
Cornerstone powers the future-ready workforce with adaptive HR solutions designed to unite technology, data and content and inspire a work environment of growth, agility and success for all. With an AI-powered, skills-forward, experiential system designed for the contemporary workforce, we help organizations modernize their learning and development experience, deliver the most relevant content from anywhere, accelerate talent and career mobility and establish skills as the universal language of growth and success across their business. Cornerstone serves over 7,000 customers and 90M users and is available in 180 countries and 50 languages.
The Risk Management Association | October 21, 2022
The Risk Management Association (RMA), whose members represent 90% of North American bank assets, officially launched RMA Ignite, its new online learning and development platform, today, at a time when skilled talent and resourcing risks top the industry's concerns. RMA Ignite features more than 70 self-directed online learning modules totaling more than 130 hours of content, plus a growing library of microlearning modules, most on the crucial topic of credit risk. Ignite users also can find and register for dozens of instructor-led courses, and design a curated curriculum to strengthen their skills and build their careers.
"Growing and maintaining a skilled workforce is the top challenge for banks of all sizes, but particularly for mid-size and community banks,RMA Ignite helps financial institutions address this challenge by providing on-demand education on the important topic of credit risk, a priority of all banks through every economic cycle."
RMA President and CEO Nancy Foster.
In an RMA survey of more than 300 bankers, 69% of those representing banks with $1 billion to $49 billion in assets and 63% of those with assets of $1 billion or less said credit training was their greatest need. People risk is one of the biggest risks at any organization, but particularly at banks, where we are highly regulated and are focusing on our clients' financial futures," said Michela Vernon, Chief Learning Officer for Truist and the chair of the RMA member council on Learning and Development. "RMA designed this new online platform to more easily develop and retain teams at banks like ours and to make continuing risk education available on a wider scale. RMA Ignite is available for individuals through unlimited-use one-year subscriptions. RMA plans to offer a bank-wide subscription in coming months to facilitate broad industry training. Attendees at RMA's Annual Risk Management Conference, taking place from October 23-25 in Washington, D.C., will be invited to demo the platform at its unveiling.
About Risk Management Association (RMA)
Founded in 1914, the Risk Management Association is a not-for-profit, member-driven professional association whose sole purpose is to advance the use of sound risk management principles in the financial services industry. RMA promotes an enterprise approach to risk management that focuses on credit risk, market risk, and operational risk. Headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, RMA has 1,600 institutional members that include banks of all sizes as well as nonbank financial institutions. They are represented in the Association by 35,000 individuals located throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia/Pacific.