Degreed for Enterprise provides SaaS based pricing with annual contracts aligned to an organization's size.
Degreed is free for individuals.
How does Degreed compare with other HR & Employee Management apps?
The world is quickly changing, and the amount of learning content that is available online has exploded in recent years. As a result, human resources professionals now have to juggle many different platforms and vendors, and much of the informal learning process is happening in closed-off settings. Degreed has a solution that simplifies the management of online learning programs and enables busy administrators to manage thousands of courses and platforms in one place.
Much more advanced than a typical learning management system (LMS), Degreed is actually an enterprise learning portal that aggregates the best content, maps out the learning process, and accurately measures all forms of training. Top features include a learning library, pathways, insights and analytics, learner profiles, learning ecosystem integration, and a browser extension for saving, recommending, and adding content to pathways.
Degreed provides centralized learning portals for organizations and their employees. Through these portals, organizations are able to find, track, and recognize all learning. It aggregates content across providers and modalities, which allows employees to engage with the organizations they belong to based on their own individual user preferences.
For administrators, Degreed is an enterprise learning portal that offers complete flexibility. HR departments have the ability to manage thousands of platforms and providers in one place. And because all learning is tracked and measured, they can see what skills, content providers, groups, and individuals are learning at any given time. This empowers employees and fosters an enhanced learning culture within growing organizations.
Degreed’s learning library integrates all internal, formal, and informal learning. This is the location within the Degreed platform where learners will look to find content to learn.
When you visit the learning library, you’ll see content filtered by pathway, category, and group. Enter a keyword to search for content related to a specific topic, or scroll through the latest content that’s been posted by approved providers. When you find something that looks interesting, click on the title to get started.
Pathways are content curation. Businesses and groups can create their own custom pathways by combining resources from around the web. Pathways can be used to help employees prepare for certification, onboard new employees, outline paths to promotion, or to create step-by-step guides to learning new skills.
Take a look at the content you’ve collected around a certain topic, and combine that to create your own custom pathway. You can add content from courses, books, articles, or videos. Degreed lets you content from an unlimited number of providers, rather than requiring that all of your content come from the same one or two sources.
Each learner with a Degreed account has his or her own learner profile. This profile captures and displays all learning information, including the number of courses completed, the number of articles read, and the number of books read.
When you create your learner profile, make sure to include links to all of your accounts elsewhere online, such as Twitter and LinkedIn, along with information about your educational background and work history. Decide for yourself whether your profile should be locked or unlocked. Your profile also lists all the Groups you belong to within Degreed.
Businesses that use Degreed can get insights into how their employees are taking advantage of the platform. Both formal and informal insights and analytics round the app’s enterprise learning portal. Administrators can get complete views of their employees’ learning patterns, and employees benefit from being able to see the learning paths that their peers are taking.
As an admin, you can get insight into how your employees are learning via the pathways you’ve created. This includes a full view of all learning, as opposed to just being able to view company-mandated courses. Looking at these analytics, you should be able to identify talent and employees with cross-functional skills.
For enterprise users, Degreed integrates within the client’s learning ecosystem to create a portal where all learning can be access by employees. Integrations may include an LMS, learning content providers such as Lynda or Pluralsight, and other tools, like Wiki and SSO.
For learners, it offers integrations with apps such as Pocket, GoodReads, and learning providers such as Coursera, Khan Academy, and Treehouse.
Degreed for Enterprise provides SaaS-based pricing with annual contracts aligned to each organization’s unique size and goals.
Degreed is free for individuals.