Notice

  • 2012.10.01
    Notice
    Smartphone/Tablet Education News Site "Qure" Released

    Qure, a news site specializing in smartphone/tablet education, is now available.

    Qure is a news site that covers new educational services and learning materials in line with the rapidly expanding mobile broadband environment. While IT in education is advancing and many educational services are appearing, there is too much information for users and corporate staff to decide which one to choose. That's why we launched Qure, to help guide you through the process of introducing smartphone/tablet education.


    Click here for details

  • 2012.08.16
    Notice

    eLearning LearnO trial site now has a smartphone version!

    In response to requests, we have released a smart phone version of the trial site. You can still register via Mogic's administrator at お試しになりたい方はinfo@mogic.jpまでご連絡ください.

  • 2012.08.10
    business partnership

    We have signed a distributor agreement with iCARE Corporation for LearnO.

    (mental health management system) and Mogic Corporation have signed a distributorship agreement for LearnO, a next-generation e-learning system developed and marketed by Mogic, with the aim of strengthening sales of educational support systems in the education and medical fields.

    iCARE, with its broad network in the medical and healthcare fields, and Mogic, with its system development capabilities, will combine to provide comprehensive educational support solution services to the medical and healthcare industries.

    iCARE Corporation: http://www.icare.jpn.com/

  • 2012.07.26
    LearnO

    eLearning LearnO trial site (free registration) is now available!

    We have released a trial site (you can log in with your email address and password) so that those who are interested can take a closer look at LearnO. Currently, you can still register via the Mogic administrator at お試しになりたい方はinfo@mogic.jpまでご連絡ください. In the near future, we will open an application site where users will be able to register.

  • 2012.07.20
    LearnO

    Thank you for visiting us at the International Modern Hospital Show 2012!

    We demonstrated Emergency Medical Services Cloud Viewer and LearnO customized for medical use at the exhibition booth of GEMITS, a project to build an emergency medical system support system in Gifu Prefecture. We would like to express our sincere gratitude for the opportunity to exchange opinions with so many people. We would like to ask for your frank opinions to continue improving our services.

  • 2012.07.01
    LearnO

    We will exhibit at the International Modern Hospital Show 2012!

    We will exhibit at the International Modern Hospital Show 2012.

    We will be exhibiting at the International Modern Hospital Show 2012, which will be held at Tokyo Big Sight from July 18 (Wed.) to 20 (Fri.), 2012. We will be exhibiting and demonstrating our "Emergency Medical Services Cloud Viewer" and "Next Generation e-Learning System (LearnO)" at the show.

    http://www.noma.or.jp/hs/2012/index.html

  • 2012.06.24
    business partnership

    Signed a distributorship agreement with an e-learning production company for LearnO.

    Ltd. and ElephanCube Corporation (in alphabetical order) for the purpose of strengthening sales of educational support systems in fields such as education, we have concluded a distributorship agreement for the next-generation e-learning system "LearnO".

    i-Foster Corporation http://i-foster.jp/
    (Business: Planning, filming and editing of "video contents" mainly for e-learning materials)

    Elephant Cube Corporation http://www.elephancube.co.jp/
    (A production company of e-learning material contents. (An e-learning content production company with an annual track record of over 200 e-learning content productions)

  • 2012.05.14
    LearnO

    LearnO was used for "Additional Training for EMTs" in Hiroshima Prefecture

    The e-learning system "LearnO" was used for the advance course (e-learning) "Tracheal intubation using a laryngoscope for video rigid intubation" for the "additional course for emergency medical technicians" to be held in Hiroshima Prefecture on May 15 and 18, 2012.

  • 2012.03.29
    LearnO

    LearnO introduced at Okinawa Clinical Simulation Center and started operation

    We introduced this program as an educational support program for the Okinawa Clinical Simulation Center. We received a comment from Yusuke Oya, Director of the Okinawa Clinical Simulation Center, as a customer's voice.

    In the past, e-learning required many steps to actually learn, such as first accessing the site, then searching for the necessary materials, and finally working on the materials.
    Each of them needs to get used to the operation and feel excited, and as a result, although they try a little, it is difficult and unsatisfying to work on and finish them continuously.
    This Mogic "e-learning system" can be used not only from a computer, but also from a cell phone, smart phone, or tablet, and is designed to allow all users to learn continuously.
    The operation within the service is similar to familiar tools (email, social networking, etc.), making it very easy to use and user-friendly.
    The education provider can also use the system with peace of mind, as it is easy to upload contents, but with strong security, there is no need to worry about people downloading the teaching materials and preventing the contents from being leaked. I believe that the number of such systems will increase in the future, and I believe that Mogic's Learno will lead this trend.

  • 2012.03.28
    LearnO
    E-learning service "LearnO" is now available!

    On March 27, 2012, we released a press release announcing the launch of LearnO, an e-learning service.

    LearnO is a service that allows users who belong to corporations and organizations to learn from each other through videos and text. Users can learn through videos and slide shows, improve themselves through quizzes and grade analysis, check the learning trends of other users they are interested in, and send and receive messages. Click here for details