Educate your people by innovating on top of the technology that MIT and Harvard use to reach millions

IBM, NYU and the US Air Force use the Open edX-based IBL Platform to engage their learners in completely different ways. Learn how our open source software and content creation model can meet the demands of your internal or external audiences.

Corporate Universities

The platform is equipped to support instructor-led, blended and purely online learning programs through its usability and integration capabilities. The objective is to provide employees at all levels with a truly engaging experience that is backed by a powerful suite of custom analytics and user flows. Organizations such as IBM, Microsoft and McKinsey & Company provide some examples.

Monetized Online Learning

edX, like Coursera and Udacity, is one of the most sucessful platforms in terms of its number of learners and high-quality courses. We’ve integrated its open source software into an ecosystem that’s as powerful for learning as it is for a marketing, ecommerce and analytics. That’s why Global Knowledge, the largest private IT training company in the world, relies on it for its online offer.

Academic Initiatives

Provide on-campus or distance learners with beautiful courses that supplement or reinforce their curricula as NYU’s School of Law or The George Washington University’s Engineering department do. All, of course, backed by powerful learning analytics, integrations with your existing student information, financial and enrollment systems to allow you to offer a seamless experience that you can scale.

Philanthropies and Nonprofits

Your program’s courses need to be of the absolute best quality in order to achieve the scale you’ve envisioned in terms of marketing and enrollments. You also need a cost-effective learning platform whose price will never balloon. As one that’s on its way to 1M learners, the Freshman Year for Free’s offering of the College Board’s 30+ course CLEP catalog provides a powerful example.

Join innovators across all sectors

Learn how we’re helping some of the largest organizations across all sectors transform their online learning.

As the largest private IT training company in the world with over $400M of ARR, Global is serving its online enterprise market through a deeply integrated and engaging Open edX-based platform.

NYU Law is using the platform to provide its students with top-quality, specialized programs that supplement its existing curricula. It’s all about effective video, assessments and learning analytics.

IBM’s Global Business Services division aims to educate its over 190K employees across 160 countries with an accessible learning ecosystem under its full control. Zero restrictive vendor lock-in.

As the creators of the philanthropic “Freshman Year for Free” program, the mission is to provide 1M learners with full access to all of the College Board’s CLEP catalog as massive courses.

The US Air Force’s learning ecosystem is equipped to provide its community of over 700K members with state-of-the-art courseware incorporating virtual reality content and social networking tools.

The School of Engineering and Applied Science is using the platform to provide thousands of its on-campus and distance learners with a powerful course offering focused on data and programming.

Testimonials

IBL is the most responsive partner I’ve had the chance to work with in my 20+ year career. Their knowledge of the Open edX platform and instructional design is outstanding. Their passion and dedication is infectious. Their integrity is beyond doubt.

Paul Tocatlian, Director of Engineering at Global Knowledge

Working with the IBL team was really fantastic. I’ve taught a few different online and hybrid courses in the past through the University and this was, by far, the most advanced team to work with. I think the technology provides a much more stimulating experience for the students. Really something that’s extremely engaging for those who are digesting the information.

Just, in general, the most advanced technology system I’ve ever come across. And I’ve been doing this for a number of years.

Dr. Davit Sitt, Professor of Psychology at Baruch College

IBL helped GW customize Open edX for our purposes. The company responded instantly to any problem that arose, and set programmers to work around the clock to address concerns. IBL is creative and nimble, and they bring an entrepreneurial energy to their partnerships. We were very satisfied with our partnership.

Paul Berman, Vice Provost for Online Education at The George Washington University

While designing a supplemental course for incoming law students, we encountered some limitations working on existing platforms. After speaking with several consulting firms, we partnered with IBL to develop a customized, branded solution. Collaborating with IBL has proven successful beyond our expectations.

James Bryan Smith, Head of Instructional Design at NYU School of Law

IBL was instrumental in helping our team migrate from a failing LMS to the Open edX platform. Their efficient work and fast responses to every question or problem helped us to make this transition quickly and seamlessly for our current students. Thank you IBL for everything you have done for Phoenix TS; our students and staff couldn’t be happier with the new LMS!

Ashley Neu, Marketing Manager at Phoenix TS

I come from the Humanities and we’re just starting to develop this field of Digital Humanities so it’s been very educational for me to work with such a professional team.

You are a great asset to educational technologies and new systems of learning.

José Antonio Mazzotti, Professor of Latin American Studies at Tufts University

We hired IBL Studios for a pilot learning project at MIT Sloan School. It took us a long time to make a decision about the company we should hire. We examined all of the details of the project, considered several providers and finally chose IBL. They were extremely responsive, detail-oriented and professional from the first minute. We collaborated closely with them and the project was a complete success. They surpassed our expectations and we would love the opportunity to work with them again.

Sheila Canalle, Project Manager at MIT