Author Archives: Opentute

Social media inspired learning platform targets industry success.

By Caleb Radford / 3rd of August, 2017 Lead South Australia. AN EDUTECH startup is changing the way online portals operate by adding a social aspect to learning. Opentute was developed by husband and wife team Travis Clapp and Katya Komarova in South Australia. Similar to workplace social media platform Slack, Opentute is primarily a B2B mobile-first service where […]

Opentute Pitch at the HR Tech Demo Day by Slingshot

During the last four months Opentute co-founders Katya Komarova and Travis Clapp have been participating in the Accelerator Program by Slingshot ‘HR Tech’. We have been working closely with the amazing mentors and cohort as well as program partners such as Hudson, UTS, Seek and others. On the 23rd of August we did a Pitch in-front of […]

The theory of Social Learning by Bandura

One of the most influential learning theories, the Social Learning Theory (SLT), was created by Albert Bandura. It encompasses concepts of traditional learning theory and the operant conditioning of B.F. Skinner. However, the theory strongly implies that there are types of learning where indirect reinforcement is not the causal mechanism; rather, the so-called social element can result […]

Reflections on EdTech, UK and Europe

Well, Katya (COO) and I have just returned from a 10 week tour of duty in Europe where we set up an office in Thinclab incubator, France, as the Opentute gateway to the EU and UK (post Brexit). After some exciting discussions with Universities and Accelerators as potential clients in London, I was off to […]

Social Learning Management System

How to Maximise EngagementYour Learning Management System (LMS) Get Social There are many learning management systems and most fail to truly engage the network itself. Opentute has created a platform that puts people ahead of the tool – it’s about you, so we’ve optimised the creation, admin and learner experiences. Moreover, you will be part of […]

ASSISTing Professionals Everywhere with Opentute!

Company: WHO Collaborating Centre, University of Adelaide Industry: E-Learning/Health           No of Users: 584 The ASSIST (Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test) is the accumulative effort of a group of international addiction specialists developed for the World Health Organisation (WHO). Associate Professor Robert Ali is a key member of this group. Dr Ali is based out of the University of Adelaide and […]

Top 5 Advantages Of eLearning For Your Employees

eLearning definitely gives you a lot of benefits not only saves your company money but also boosts employee morale and better fits the need of your rising company. Here’s how. 1. Reduces your company money Let’s focus on this one. eLearning is simply more cost-effective for a larger employee audience. You’re reducing fees for trainers […]

Things to consider when choosing online learning platform

The most important thing is to divide features that are important for administrators and those for users since those two groups use learning management systems in a different way and with a different purpose. Features for Administrators: A clean and simple User Interface (UI) A common misconception of start-ups is assuming your end-user has the […]

Opentute on Zapier

Opentute has recently enabled Open API to be used by Super admins and Approved Experts (where enabled on each portal). Instructions: If enabled, in your settings (Cog icon > Settings), you will see the Open API area with ‘Reset API Key‘ button. Simply click this to generate, copy the code and paste it along with […]

How learning online help students

If you are reading this post you are probably toying with the idea of signing up for an online course but perhaps you don’t have enough experience if studying online is the right thing for you. The question that you should do to yourself in these kinds of decision is: “Should I take my next course online or […]

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