eLearning Brothers In the News
Interview with Rosie Doke, Director, Human Resources and Finance, eLearning Brothers. Rosie brings several years of experience in human resources, business administration, training, and project management. In an interaction with HR.com she touches upon the role of virtual reality and augmented reality in employee training and development, their benefits, challenges, and much more. Read more.
Even with competition on the rise from online course providers that have moved beyond education and into corporate learning, Scivally sees plenty of growth opportunities in the industry, he says. To support that pursuit, eLearning Brothers has acquired two companies: course-building tools provider Trivantis and learning management system provider Edulence. Read more.
Business Elevated Podcast: E-Learning During a Pandemic
April 13, 2020
This episode includes a conversation between Ryan Starks, managing director of Business Services at the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development and Andrew Scivally, CEO and co-founder of eLearning Brothers. Listen to more.
But, for the eLearning Brothers, these specific gamified modules were small town farm league stuff. This fall, they partnered with the Game Agency to create the world’s first customizable gamified eLearning arcade. Read more.
eLearnChat 153: Zach Batty from eLearning Brothers
January 29, 2015
Zach Batty, Marketing Director for the eLearning Brothers in American Fort, UT, joins us to talk about the latest happenings at the eLearning Brothers. Zach discusses their content creation, the stock library and the template library for eLearning developers to reduce time and costs in creating compelling and fun eLearning courses. Watch more.
When it comes to the Scivally siblings, watch and eLearn. The lively leaders of eLearning Brothers — the iStockPhoto of educational templates — are show-ers rather than tell-ers. Read more.
An American Fork company founded to revolutionize the way businesses train and teach employees has used what it learned during the coronavirus pandemic to develop a virtual reality training option. Read more.
Training is critical in filling security gaps: “Employee training is most effective when simple, actionable steps are given. The less information that is required to be remembered or acted upon in a single training, the more likely it is that workers will adopt best security practices.” Read more.
Long before the coronavirus was making waves and forcing employers to reevaluate the way their offices run, telecommuting was on the rise. “Online resources like training courses and collaborative tools make it easier than ever to empower employers and employees to telework,” says Andrew Scivally, CEO of eLearning Brothers. “Of course, onboarding development materials must have accountability built into the process. We expect this transition to telecommuting to increase.” Read more.
With a beginning in communications and video production in the days of A and B tapes to founding his own eLearning business, Andrew Scivally has been a part of the transformation of eLearning. Scivally didn’t set out to found his own business, he didn’t think it would really work! But after years of creating eLearning courses for the financial sector, this eLearning business pitch from Scivally’s brother was the idea he couldn’t get out of his brain. “Whats the worst that could happen?” Listen to more.
UV50 Fastest-Growing Companies: No. 20 ELearning Brothers
October 11, 2018
A former No. 1 UV50 Fastest-Growing Company, eLearning Brothers (which was actually totally founded by brothers) continues to infiltrate and dominate its market with a studly sales force, incredible innovation, and a family-like company culture. Read more.
Global Talent Series
January 16, 2017
Richard Vass is the Director of Custom Solutions Strategy at eLearning Brothers and has been in the learning industry for over 20 years. He has a crazy amount of knowledge about technology in the classroom and our conversation with him comes at a fitting time, because we are at the Association of Talent Development’s Techknowledge Conference. Watch more.
Governor Herbert lauded the top 100 companies chosen at the MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN) Utah 100 event Tuesday. Read more.
Spark Business: Taking a Risk in Business & Learning to Grow
August 6, 2015
Growth is not only a challenge, but it’s a risk, too. Curtis Morley, one of the ELearning Brothers, explained that for his business, they made the conscious decision to put all of their effort into growing. Watch more.
Crystal Balling with Learnnovators
April 24, 2015
‘Crystal Balling with Learnnovators’ is a thought-provoking interview series that attempts to gaze into the future of e-learning. It comprises stimulating discussions with industry experts and product evangelists on emerging trends in the learning landscape. Read more.
Inc.com: Rocking the e-Learning Industry, One Template at a Time
October 6, 2014
If these two brothers achieve their goal, they will build the world’s largest library of templates for online training programs. Read more.