Crystal Delta, a global leader in education technology (EdTech), has recently announced ground-breaking advancements to its industry-leading course...
In late 2020, the World Economic Forum released its list of the top 10 job skills that will be in demand by 2025. These skills included social influence, resilience, creativity, flexibility, and ideation.
2020 has shown significant advancements in how Australians can leverage education. Institutions have recognised that the power of digital has forced...
University of Mauritius launches iLearn, a MOOC platform based on the concept of Open Learning and Micro-credentials
Learn. Inspire. Lead – This is the motto behind this new online capacity building platform of the University of Mauritius. This innovative technology, called XenEd (previously branded as Xenops) is an advanced customization of Open edX, which is a well-known platform for the delivery of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
Fiji National University partners with Crystal Delta for the launch of online learning platform FNU Online.
On Friday 19th October 2018 at 10:30am Crystal Delta ran and recorded Episode 4 of our Webinar Series focused on the trend of Learning Transformation at Australian universities.
It may or may not have occurred to many people that Crystal Delta products are branded using bird names. If it has, and you’ve on occasion ruminated on the possible reasoning behind it, then in this post you will get to find out if you were in any way close in your supposing. And if it hasn’t, but you are now curious to find out what story lies behind our choice for branding, then please read on.
On Wednesday 4th July 2018 at 10:30am Crystal Delta ran the second instalment in our kick-off Webinar Series with an episode focused on Xenops, our Digital Learning Platform based on Open edX. This video is a summary of that session.
This past month the Crystal Delta team have spent a lot time on the road at conferences, talking to university leaders, running webinars with RMIT, and like all edtech-ers, drinking near-lethal amounts of coffee. Here is a summary of the interesting stuff…
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