Looking for an online learning solution to master your chosen CAD software? Or perhaps you need on-demand content to keep up-to-date with your CAD software skills? Either way, ASCENT’s learning bundles give you access to the content from several of ASCENT's learning guides for one low price! Available through annual subscription in our online portal, the learning content in each bundle allows you to complete fundamental through to advanced-level courses from any location with access to the internet.
Spend a few minutes with ASCENT's Director of Product Development as he takes you on a tour and highlights the features of ASCENT's ProductivityNOW online learning portal.
By implementing ASCENT's ProductivityNOW eLearning portal, Purdue University was able to offer a more complete solution for its students in CAD-focused courses.
his blog post is focused on 5 possible video creation options for PLM eLearning. Your decision on what video creation option to use can depend on many different factors
The image below shows 5 overlapping areas, numbered 1 through 5, representing the collaboration and communication that we have experienced between teams within a typical PLM eLearning project
In this blog I will show you 5 possible software simulation scenarios for Product Lifecycle Management eLearning.
When planning your next PLM eLearning project as part of a PLM software implementation, below is a list of situations to consider.
If you are interested in offering custom eLearning to your Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) system end-users/learners, below is a list of components to consider.
Gatlin Education Services (GES) needed to expand their online CAD course offerings. By working with ASCENT, GES added animations to courses to support students in their online learning environment.