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KnowledgeFox is an innovative learning software and a revolutionary didactic method. It saves learning time and helps to build up lasting knowledge. Based on the research findings of Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel, knowledge is acquired in small but regular steps. This learning method is called MicroLearning.
Digital knowledge cards: Easy to create, versatile to use
KnowledgeFox is ready for immediate use. Creating content is as easy as writing on WhatsApp or Facebook. The structure of the knowledge cards ensures a well-founded didactic approach and a good learning experience – whether you are learning on a smartphone, tablet or laptop, or at the office workspace – whether the topic is labor law, compliance, the latest products or something else.
Asking instead of telling: Why bore employees with explanations for questions to which they already know the answer? KnowledgeFox always poses a factual question before conveying content, thereby stimulating curiosity and interest.
Immediate feedback: If a question cannot be answered right away, the solution and explanation will be shown immediately – while the learner is still curious. Explanations can include images, video files and audio clips.
Self-directed learning: The users themselves determine how often they wish to be asked learning questions. Thanks to the index and search functions, learners can locate answers to specific questions at all times.
Playful competition: Learners can invite colleagues to a KnowledgeMatch and prove their knowledge in competitions. After three rounds, the winner receives points for the leaderboard.
You can download KnowledgeFox for the following devices and use it offline with all features:
4 x 4 – The KnowledgeFox knowledge formula
Four ways to acquire knowledge
- Learning mode: Learning content is presented in the optimal order to ensure rapid knowledge acquisition.
- Match mode: Both opponents are asked questions that they haven’t yet answered correctly, or have answered correctly only rarely.
- Information mode: The course author specifices the knowledge card sequence; customized access to content via the search and index function can be enabled.
- Test mode: Each test question is presented only once. The course author specifies the number of questions that must be answered correctly.
Four types of knowledge cards
- Single choice: These questions are the easiest to answer. They can also be used also for yes/no or right/wrong choices.
- Multiple choice: These questions are much more difficult to answer, since the learner doesn’t know how many answers are correct.
- Vocabulary cards: This is the classic knowledge card format with a front and back side – well-suited to learn definitions, terminology, simple computing tasks, etc.
- Information cards: It is sometimes advisable to add information requiring no additional interaction and consisting only of images and text, or videos and text.
Four ways of interaction
- Feedback: Users can provide feedback on each knowledge card, thus contributing to the continuous improvement of learning content.
- Index: Enables quick access to individual knowledge cards and an overview of all the content of a course.
- Search: Enables learners to find content within all activated courses, as well as external sources of information.
- Create card: Knowledge cards with the user’s own content can be created, inserted into the current lesson and shared with other learners.
Four parts of a knowledge card
- The question: Motivates learners to recall their knowledge and encourages them to formulate answers.
- The hint: Provides additional guidance and explains technical terms.
- The answer: Serves to check the learner’s level of knowledge. Was the reply correct?
- The explanation: Facilitates the learner’s understanding of the solution. The explanation provides additional information and enables the learned content to be classified.
KnowledgeFox – An award-winning learning solution
Brandon Hall Award for Best Program
for Sales Training, 2016
Innovationspreis IT, Initiative Mittelstand, 2015
Brandon Hall Award for Best Use of Blended Learning, 2014
Mobile Award Austria, 2012
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