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mLevel Selected as a Venture Atlanta 2019 Presenting Company

mLevel announced today that it has been chosen out of hundreds of applicants as one of the top 36 rising star technology companies in the Southeast that will present on stage at Venture Atlanta 2019. The 12th annual Venture Atlanta, the Southeast’s premier event for connecting technology innovation and investment capital, will be held October …

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Measure the value of training

Measuring Training Return on Investment

When we set the course to take mLevel from a framework to a product we had a goal. Not just to make it easy to include gamification. Or to make creation of training content much faster. Or to make learning much more engaging. (We did those things.) No, we dreamed of the day when we could help corporations truly …

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New Pricing Model to Disrupt L&D Industry Bringing Microlearning to SMB

mLevel Offering Award Winning Performance-Based Learning Platform to the Masses Atlanta, GA: mLevel announced a brand-new pricing model in which businesses of all sizes – from 1 to 1,000,000 employees – can utilize the latest in learning technologies that promise to positively impact employee performance. Expanding the Reach of Microlearning mLevel, an Atlanta-based EdTech startup, …

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Protect Your Company from Future Cybersecurity Attacks

More Cybersecurity Attacks are Coming: How to Easily Protect Your Company

We all know the next big cybersecurity attack is around the corner. Last week saw great stress put on global business due to a variety of attacks, predominantly via ransomware attack being called Petya that attempted to lock user computers until payment was made. This comes on the heels of another attack, WannaCry, that generated …

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If Lifelong Learning is a Necessity, Why is Execution So Difficult?

While lazy habits are on the rise, continuing education and learning is on the decline. These days, technology is evolving incredibly fast – and humans are enjoying the ride. Plain and simple: as technology booms, people get lazy. But shouldn’t humans want to keep up? The world will continue to change at a pace we …

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Microlearning: How Educators Can Learn from Athletes

Microlearning: How Educators Can Learn From Athletes

It’s time for the education industry to catch up to the field of athletics when it comes to understanding the impact data can have on human performance. For decades, athletes have been using microlearning, technology, and data to train effectively and perform better. As a child I grew up with a passion and love for sports …

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Illusions of Competence in Learning | How to Fix Your United Airlines Problem

This is a follow up to my blog post about United Airlines’ mishandling of a seated passenger that resulted in media backlash and an out of court financial settlement. In the video, associated with my blog post, I describe three separate cohorts including law enforcement, United customer service agents, and leadership (CEO, Oscar Munoz), who …

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Bridge the Gap between Training and Performance – What really happened at United

Yesterday United Airlines settled their recent passenger debacle out of court for an undisclosed amount of money (watch the video below!). Speculation has it starting in the 7 figure range and could have very likely been in the 8 figures. That’s 10 Million +, not to mention close to a billion dollar hit to their …

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