We recently brought together our amazing 360Learning and Looop by 360Learning customers for a great experience filled with networking, insights from industry leaders, and invaluable knowledge sharing. Here's our main takeaways.
We're thrilled to announce that Guillaume Vives is joining the 360Learning team as Chief Product and Technology Officer. Guillaume has achieved great things with Zuora, including building the Subscription Economy space. Now, he's here to take collaborative learning to the enterprise level.
Creating quizzes is hard, especially when you're pressed for time. In this article, we introduce you to QGen, a new 360Learning feature powered by generative AI. It's been designed to help you automatically create any type of question based on training content—all in just a single click.
If you’ve been paying attention to the world of AI lately, you’ve heard it all. So, should we in L&D pop the champagne, or sound the alarm? In this article, we show you why we at 360Learning decided the bet big on AI, and how our early investments are already paying dividends through innovations like our new AI-powered question generator: QGen.
In this article, we explore what it’s like to be a Software Architect at 360Learning.
In this 360Learner profile, we hear from Guillaume Vibert, Software Architect, about all the highs and lows of his first 100 days–and what he didn’t expect.
Today, we're celebrating everything great about peer-driven learning and showing how you can get up to speed on your next big idea with a little help from your neighbors. And we want to hear your Upskill From Within stories too!
We started 2022 with a bang by acquiring Looop–now, we're here with more great news to share. We're welcoming the wonderful Caroline Gaffney to our board of directors! Come and get to know her in 5 questions.
The contents of this Charter apply to 360Learning as a company and as a community of individuals. This Charter also outlines obligations for our suppliers and partners.
At 360Learning, our salaries are calculated, not negotiated. It's all part of our culture of Convexity. In this post, we'll explain why our policy of transparency is so important to us, and how not negotiating salaries contributes to our environment of trust and accountability.
There's a golden opportunity to make work from home a lasting policy for most companies. But first, you need to lay the groundwork. We'll show you how.
It can be hard to know what to expect from a new job before you start. Well, we want to give you a taste of what the 360Learner Journey really looks like. From onboarding to ramp-up and beyond, come and see how our philosophy of Collaborative Learning guides everything we do.