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Here’s one simple way we make your content more secure
Enforcing 2FA for Author Site users makes it significantly more difficult for attackers to access your content – here's how.
Unblock test navigation: 5 Action Builder use cases
Simplifying assessment navigation should always be a priority for product owners and content creators. Learnosity’s Action Builder makes it easy.
How we relaunched our help content to better serve our customers
The primary job of help content is to empower customers to help themselves. Here's how we went about it.
“Perfect practice makes perfect”: Inside the making of Learnosity Math
Jeff Dyer, the brains behind Learnosity’s powerful Math assessment engine, talks programming, product, and philosophy.
Easier versioning for Learnosity APIs
Unifying versioning across our APIs to make it simpler for your Product, Development, and QA teams.
Some popular questions about Learnosity’s assessment technology
No-nonsense answers to some of the questions we get asked the most.
How Learnosity powers accelerated learning
World-class technology for building and delivering online assessments at scale.
Being responsive: Using customer insights to reinvent product features
Our engineers created a far superior image drag & drop question type, but it was our users who helped make it what it is.
Making some noise about audio recording Questions on iOS
Keeping our ears to the ground and anticipating change has lead to a vastly improved user experience of the audio question type.
What are Technology-Enhanced Items?
How Technology-Enhanced Items give educators new ways to enhance the learning experiences of their students.
Formative assessment in the digital world
It’s no surprise that the LMS market is fast-growing. According to a recent survey, the combined corporate and academic LMS market is predicted to grow to…
Accessibility – busting a few misconceptions
For the past couple of months, we've been doing Show & Tell every few weeks to encourage knowledge sharing within the team. For the most…