Introduced LearnO at Okinawa Clinical Simulation Center and started operation.
We introduced this program as an educational support program for the "Okinawa Clinical Simulation Center". Yusuke Ohya, Director of the Okinawa Clinical Simulation Center, commented as follows.
With conventional e-learning, you first have to access the site, then search for the necessary materials, and finally work through the materials.
In addition, each step required familiarity with the operation and a certain level of motivation. As a result, it was difficult and unsatisfactory to continue working on and completing the course, even after trying for a little while.
This Mogic "e-learning system" can be used from a PC, as well as from a cell phone, smartphone, or tablet, and is designed to enable all users to learn continuously.
Operation within the service is similar to familiar tools (e.g., email, SNS), making it very easy to use and user-friendly.
The system is also easy for education providers to use, as it is easy to upload content, yet has strong security to prevent downloading of teaching materials, and to prevent content leakage. We expect to see more and more of these systems in the future, and I believe that Mogic's Learno will lead the way."
On March 27, 2012, we issued a press release announcing the launch of the "LearnO" e-learning service.
LearnO" is a service that allows users belonging to corporations and organizations to learn from each other through videos and textbooks. Users can learn through videos and slideshows, take quizzes and analyze their performance to improve themselves, check the learning trends of other users, and send and receive messages. For more information, click here.
The site was renewed and the office was relocated!
It has been a year since our last website, and our business has changed considerably, so we have renewed our website, which can be viewed from both PCs and smart phones. We have also moved to a new office, so we hope you will visit us again, and we have posted a brief photo of our office on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/mogicinc).
Happy New Year!
We look forward to working with you again this year! We have decided to keep our base of operations in Shakujii, and we will continue to increase the number of our employees.
We wish to help the people in the affected areas.
In the future, Mogic will do what we can to support the recovery efforts.
Providing a portion of the proceeds to the affected areas.
Providing systems needed in the affected areas, etc.
Mogic Corporation Officially Launched