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  • September 10, 2008
  • News

Rich media Webcasting

Momindum has introduced K-base 2.0, a collaborative rich media Webcasting service designed for corporate training, academic learning and online education.

The company says that along with an easy update feature that enables trainers to update the learning resource while it is still in use, capabilities in K-base 2.0 include:

  • sharing videos—allows the user to share the tagged instant of the video with another user;
  • taking notes—encourages users to learn efficiently and paperlessly by allowing them to take notes while going through a presentation and refer to the notes later on at their convenience;
  • ask a question—helps learners raise a query or contact the trainer for more explanation on the content watched; and
  • leaving comments—facilitates discussion among the K-base 2.0 learners and trainers about a topic being studied.

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