An oft-cited barrier to making online learning is the high cost to build an online course. But as Playcentre (a volunteer-based early childhood education group) found out, it doesn’t have to be that way! Gillian Croad, Training Coordinator for Playcentre worked with iQualify to re-imagine their existing face-to-face workshop model to increase acces...

It’s important to be able to gauge how your learners are feeling about their study and the materials they’re learning. This can be hard to do if you’re teaching online or if learners in the classroom aren’t keen on speaking up in class. Our Pulse feature solves this problem for you by enabling you to get real time feedback. Pulses allow you to chec...

Providing engaging and meaningful learning experiences is what we’re all about. In iQualify you can invite others to collaborate with you to enrich the wealth of experience you can offer your learners. Like peer evaluators, once added, markers can review and mark learner assessments and provide feedback. In addition they can review and provide feed...

Learning and teaching in today’s environment involves constantly sourcing new and relevant tools and information. Our latest change helps with that by allowing facilitators to bring content and apps into the the course home. The new integration tab allows facilitators to connect their iQualify courses to applications that your organisation already...

For many people the name they are referred to, and use on a daily basis isn’t the same as the name they were registered as at birth. We think it makes sense then to let learners choose how they want to appear in iQualify to other learners and the course facilitator(s). Although learners will usually be registered in iQualify under their legal name...