Why we took on a big challenge and didn't just update the user interface of Optima but developed Priima? A new user interface was not enough if we wanted real changes.
Competencies and networking are in the center of Priima’s development this year. We are strongly going towards more adaptive learning paths. One important and practical trend regarding this is micro learning.
Thanks to an update done at the beginning of February, it's possible to collect feedback during training in Priima. Also, it's easy to organize new attempts for learners. Now, there are even more versatile options for designing trainings!
This year, competencies and skills will be brought up even more in Priima. In summer 2021, we aim to publish a competence level entity that helps in searching and allocating learning based on competencies.
As Finland is taking a digital leap, it needs operative and easy to use login services. There are numerous ways available to login to Priima LMS and we will add the possibility for strong electronic identification to the selection this winter.
Because of well-designed user rights management, reliable technological solutions and high-quality monitoring of the system we can guarantee that users’ information is secured in Priima.
The planning and execution of the learning and training process sometimes needs more than a manual for support. For this reason, we have developed Priima Academy which offers our customers the possibility to learn about Priima - in Priima.
One of the main improvements was that we expanded the ways that Priima can be used by making it possible to share courses outside of Priima. The implementation is based on Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) technology that is widely used in online learning and sharing courses is relatively simple.
Although the system is easy to use, instructions and tips are still needed to make the most out of it. You don’t have to come up with everything yourself - we want to provide our customers with the necessary support, guidance and training for Priima. That is why we have introduced Help Center to support Priima users to get quickly about with the more challenging features.
In the April update, we released dynamic groups in Priima that enable a wide variety of learning paths and processes. The so-called ordinary, i.e. manually created, group is formed by selecting a group of users into it. In many situations, this is a great way to target online teaching to the people you want to, but wouldn’t it be convenient to form groups automatically at times?
This year has started out fast for Priima. Different functions have been developed further and a big bundle of new features has also been released. Now the gaze is strongly directed forward: what, and what kind of, Priima will be in the future.
The functions related to course implementation and evaluation are the central part of e-learning. Priima LMS offers a variety of tools for these needs: courses can be just browsable content or a set of assignments with different passing criteria. Evaluation can either be automated from start to finish or, if so desired, defined entirely to be done by professionals. Whatever the needs of an organisation and courses, Priima is flexible in supporting various implementations of e-learning.
In Priima LMS, learning analytics is an important part of monitoring and supporting the learning process. Your role determines what information is visible to you. When tracking analytics, ease and speed are essential: visual elements of the dashboard, courses and different activities quickly convey the stage of the learning process.
In collaborative and problem-based learning, the group defines its own learning needs and seeks solutions to them together by reflecting and developing ideas. Priima LMS provides the right environment when it comes to implementing collaborative learning online.
Learning happens everywhere, continuously – it’s not just about work or school. At its best, learning means inspiring insights, the accumulation of new knowledge and skills. Our goal in Priima LMS is to build the best possible framework for developing competencies and supporting diverse learning processes.
On Thursday May 23, I got on a plane from Oulu towards Priima breakfast event in Helsinki. The early bird caught the worm. Many of our customers had arrived to hear about Priima's spring.
A few weeks ago we shot our third Priima video together with the top-notch Koju Film Company. This time we raised a hot potato – that is to say, our customers’ need for a modern and clear LMS.
In the Finnish ”Muurari” (Mason) song, things start to happen in the construction site when spring begins. This is also how it goes for Priima’s product development: it’s a hustle when our skilled professionals are hard at work.
The month of March was filled with feelings of success and great joy as the Priima team visited two different kinds of events in Helsinki and Hämeenlinna.
The year 2019 starts great for Priima as we get to bring new tutoring tools into the user interface at the same time as many interesting product development projects take one step further towards their release!
The official release of Priima LMS was celebrated in a breakfast event in Helsinki at MOW’s premises on Friday Oct. 19th. Plenty of online learning experts, that think a straightforward learning management system is something to pursue, took part in the event.
Priima team's September was busy as we took part in two big exhibitions in Helsinki and Tampere. How did they go? Check out our latest blog post!
Telsi. Optima. Priima. All pioneers of learning management systems, all developed by Discendum.