Mobile app for learners and web template for instructors, Learn to Win breaks down lessons into bite-sized, easy-to-learn activities. As a highly adaptable, user-friendly program, Learn to Win makes it simple to transform dense manuals, long videos, and other classroom-oriented training materials into quick and easy to learn lessons for today’s digital-first learners.
We designed our platform from academic research on high-structure active learning
We’re designed for rapid authoring by content experts not coders. We empower instructors to design and publish interactive, high-engagement lessons more quickly and easily than they could create a PowerPoint. Our tech works for the trainer, eliminating long hours of lesson creation.
We put training in the learner’s pocket. Lessons can be accessed from mobile, tablet, or desktop. Our on-demand learning platform gives learners more mental reps on core concepts and personal feedback personal feedback. This means maximized attention from learners, higher engagement rates, and faster retention of key concepts.
Increase accountability with total visibility into user behavior and learning progress while identifying specific gaps in knowledge. You have the ability to spot emerging trends across learners and can use actionable learning insights for targeted interventions. Streamlined performance data can be shared efficiently across the leadership team. Learners also have visibility into their results and progress, prompting self-directed learning and improvements.
We’re built for actual learning. We’re optimized for the moments that embed key moments in the learners brain. Our team is learning-science obsessed and comes from a variety of backgrounds in the field. Don’t take our word for it: check out thought-leaders and their key finding on micro-learning: NYT coverage of Dr. Kelly Hogan’s research findings; NYT op-ed covering some of the other research findings related to active learning; A denser academic article from Dr. Carl Weiman (Stanford U) (summarizes the broader literature); Daily Tar Heel coverage of Learn to Win co-founder’s work at UNC promoting active learning
We’re lightning fast: our tech is brand new and lightweight, with new functionalities emerging in days not years; also, we’re faster and more flexible than other LMS systems since we aren’t supporting decades of tech debt that we have to justify. Our focus is constantly on evolving our platform to be the front-runner in the competitive and fast-moving world of tech.
As we become a more tech-savvy world, industries that previously shied away from introducing digital learning methods are finally looking to the future of learning. We address this by streamlining the training process through mobile-first active learning. Our template-based platform is easily adaptable across industries and our team is made up from experts in learning across industries.