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Serebra Campus LMS Gets Performance Boost
Software developer Serebra has released an update to its flagship learning management system, Serebra Campus. The latest release gets performance enhancements and new administrative capabilities.
Serebra Campus is a Web-based learning management system delivered in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model. Geared in large part toward training and professional development, it includes a training management dashboard, more than 7,000 pre-built courses, training evaluations, and optional compliance management features for those who need to meet certain mandates. It also offers enrollment management, fees management, learning plans (with alignment toward career goals), and reporting and activity tracking capabilities. For mobile delivery, it includes support for Apple's iPhone. Additional optional modules support event management and assessment creation and management.
The new version, Serebra Campus 3.14, has been updated on the back end to support a greater number of simultaneous users, according to Serebra. It also adds features to allow admins to message students based on various parameters (compliance status, enrollment, group) and includes the ability to assign courses to entire groups. Other recent changes include support for Open ID and custom course management.
Serebra Campus 3.14 is available now. Further information and a demo request form can be found here.
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