Edalex, an edtech services company, today announced the launch of Credentialate, a micro-credentialing platform designed to assess, monitor, promote and validate learners’ attainment of signature (soft) skills. The platform has been developed in close collaboration with
Edalex today announced the launch of Edalex Content Services (ECS), a suite of platform-agnostic, cloud-based extensions delivering “clever content in the cloud”.
Edalex today announced the launch of its latest offering, EdalexCloud Essentials, a solution designed for organisations seeking an easy way to manage learning and training resources. The solution is based on the openEQUELLA digital repository, a platform that has been widely used by schools, universities, colleges, and corporations worldwide to manage a diverse range of digital assets. Edalex is the world’s leading authority on openEQUELLA and is currently responsible for the majority of its development. EdalexCloud Essentials provides a pre-configured environment for storage of digital assets, together with other key content management functionality and the ability to seamlessly integrate with third party systems such as Moodle, Blackboard, Brightspace and Canvas. “EdalexCloud Essentials has been designed to assist bridge the gap for organisations that often felt the enterprise openEQUELLA solution was too complex for their needs,” said Dan McFadyen, Managing Director of Edalex. “This solution provides an easy to deploy, cost effective and reliable enterprise-grade platform.” The launch of EdalexCloud Essentials leverages the evolution of the company’s hosting solutions. Building on Edalex’s experience in hosting large-scale deployments of the class-leading digital repository, openEQUELLA, EdalexCloud will provide flexible hosting solutions for organisations of all shapes and sizes. “We’ve been using Edalex hosting
The Apereo Foundation today announced the release of openEQUELLA 6.6, the second version of the platform since its transition to open source.
Edalex today announce a range of services for the award-winning digital repository EQUELLA, following the recent announcement of EQUELLA’s transition to open source software.
Pearson Australia announces the appointment of Edalex Solutions as the official local partner responsible for the delivery of EQUELLA services, effective June 1, 2016. Edalex will provide account management, hosting, consulting and client support services for Australian and New Zealand clients. Edalex is an educational services company with strong capabilities and expertise in the EQUELLA platform. The Edalex leadership team averages more than a decade of experience in the education industry and extensive expertise with EQUELLA. The organisation is led by Dan McFadyen, the former General Manager for EQUELLA. The announcement reinforces Pearson’s strategy to provide value to customers through learning applications, such as MyLab/Mastering and REVEL, and through professional services, such as course design and online program management. “We are excited by this announcement and believe this approach provides the best option for supporting EQUELLA customers into the future,” said David Barnett, Managing Director, Pearson Australia. “The combination of Pearson’s broader focus on education solutions with the specialised EQUELLA expertise at Edalex will deliver proactive, knowledgeable services to our customers.” Customers can continue to access support and account management services through their current mechanisms, as Pearson and Edalex continue to work closely throughout the transition. “Edalex is proud to