London, UK: Surrounded by clients, partners and friends of the L&D industry, Ben Betts joined HT2 Labs’ Solutions Experts to unveil Curatr LXP; the Learning Experience Platform at London’s Natural History Museum.

On the evening of Thursday 20th September, L&D professionals gathered at London’s Natural History Museum for ‘An Evening with HT2 Labs’; dedicated to the unveiling of Learning Experience Platform Curatr LXP – at the same spot Curatr was unveiled 5 years prior.

Introduced to the stage by leadership expert Julian Stodd of Sea Salt Learning, CEO Ben Betts introduced Curatr LXP for the very first time.

 

Ben Betts introduces Curatr LXP to a packed theatre at London’s Natural History Museum

The event marked the conclusion of a two-year client pilot, coupled with months of concurrent user research and feedback, of HT2 Labs’ latest product Red Panda. The unique approach Red Panda presented for goal-based personalized learning had never quite found a suitable home as a standalone product. It was revealed at the event that Curatr LXP now incorporates, as a standard feature, a renovated and streamlined version of Red Panda’s intelligent continuous learning experience.

Filtered CEO, Marc Zao-Sanders also took to the stage to discuss Filtered’s recently formed partnership with HT2 Labs;  in the form of an integration of their patented recommendation system magpie – enabling smart, personalized content recommendations as part of Curatr’s learning experience offering.

Speaking of the new platform, Ben Betts said:

“Curatr’s next edition, Curatr LXP, adds a new self-directed learning element to the Curatr Platform, helping learners to plan, track and showcase their professional development, on top of accessing the courses their trainers have already created.” 

                               

View the full Curatr LXP demo slide deck

 

Towards the end of the evening, the team also introduced attendees to Curatr LXP Pro’s Social Intelligence Dashboard (SID), an advanced feature that uses HT2 Labs’ Machine Learning Engine to analyse the sentiment and quality of user contributions. This enables course admins to identify active/passive and engaged/disengaged learners in granular detail.

 

A Feature of SID: A standard deviation graph detailing participation and engagement

 

HT2 Labs would like to thank all the attendees that joined them during last week’s launch. For those who weren’t there, you can find a full video of the presentations here.

If you missed the event and would like to see Curatr LXP in action, arrange a demo with us. For more guidance on CuratrLXP and best practice, enroll on our  Experience Matters MOOC now!