October 7, 2014
LearnSmart demonstration Oct. 8
The state of Kansas has secured a computer-based training contract with LearnSmart, a company dedicated to interactive online learning experiences. Cathy Weiss, a LearnSmart representative, will conduct a demonstration of LearnSmart and will be available for questions at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8, in Room 226 at the K-State Student Union.
LearnSmart has more than 1,000 on-demand courses, which are available in two bundles at affordable prices. An individual user license can be purchased for unlimited access for a full year from date of purchase.
The business bundle contains a variety of topics in communication, customer service, diversity and compliance, Google Apps, Microsoft Office, leadership, team development, workplace safety and much more. The information technology bundle contains courses in cutting-edge topics in Adobe, CIW, SQL, Security, Web Development and Intuit to name a few.
LearnSmart purchasing information, along with on-boarding and support for these licenses, is available on the learning and development, Human Capital Services website. If you have questions, please email learning and development or call 785-532-0185.