Company

LiberCloud

LiberCloud was formed in 2013 as a Software as a Service (SaaS) solution to improve the development and delivery of training material and coursework.  LiberCloud aims to improve the experience of two key participants in the training activity:  the content developer and instructor, and the learner responsible for learning the material.  LiberCloud provides features that fully engage both the instructor and the learner, which results in better content, better training, more engagement during the training delivery and higher comprehension and retention.

While instructor-led training is often more engaging, it is expensive and difficult to schedule, while self-paced or self-directed training is more accessible but can be less engaging and less valuable.  LiberCloud provides a “best of both worlds” solution, providing interactive, engaging training platforms that can be used in either setting.

LiberCloud has its US headquarters in Saratoga, California and its European operations are based in London.

 

Our mission

LiberCloud's mission is to completely rethink the way educational training is conducted, by engaging and empowering the two groups that matter most:  the content developers and professional trainers responsible for developing and delivering content, and the students and learners responsible for gaining knowledge and demonstrating their comprehension.  LiberCloud disrupts existing training delivery and content management solutions by combining the best of instructor-led engagement, blended learning, and new interactivity between the instructor and the student.  LiberCloud's solution enables and liberates training instructors and engages students in a completely new way. 

 

Our guiding principles

  • Change the nature of corporate and educational training by increasing engagement and interactivity.
  • Provide a "best of both worlds" solution that incorporates the energy and engagement of instructor-led training with the power of a blended learning. environment and the option for students to co-create with the instructor.
  • Allow content managers and training facilitators to develop new means to develop, package and deliver their proprietary content.
  • Liberate trainers and content managers to enable completely new interaction and collaboration with students.