Learn more about Domoscio Hub.
This article covers the following topics:
- What challenges does Domoscio Hub meet?
- How does it work?
- What are the objectives of the system?
- Why use the skill-based approach as a prerequisite for the implementation of Domoscio Hub?
Domoscio Hub is an Adaptive Learning solution that enables you to individualize your learners' training courses according to your organization's skill requirements.
Domoscio Hub can be integrated with your training platform and uses artificial intelligence to assess your learners' level of proficiency of each of the targeted skills, in order to suggest learning materials that are adapted to their profile and objectives.
Domoscio Hub positions your learners in relation to their skills objectives: they take part in an adaptive positioning quizz* or a self-positioning quizz*. They answer assessment questions which will determine their level of proficiency in a set of skills.
Domoscio Hub's recommendation system then suggests learning materials to learners that are adapted to their needs (in line with your organization's training catalog) to help them improve their skills quickly and easily. In this way, the personalised recommendations allow trainees to save time and maintain their motivation as they only follow the learning activities that are necessary for them.
*The adaptive positioning quizz will use assessment questions to determine the learner's level of proficiency in a set of skills.
**The self-positioning quizz will enable the learner to indicate his or her level of proficiency in the target skills.
- To individualize the skills development of a population of learners.
- Identify which skills are mastered or, on the contrary, those that are less mastered or not mastered at all.
- Identify the training actions that are the most relevant to support the employee's skills development.
- Identify the most discriminating positioning questions (i.e. the most effective in determining the learner's level).
Our proposal is to use the skills and professions within an organization as a reference framework. In this way, an employee's position becomes "his or her mastery of skills to date" and his or her educational objective becomes "mastery of the skills required to perform his or her job". It is then a matter of determining for each learner what is the best path, a succession of learning materials and pedagogical experiences, which will ensure that he or she is in line with his or her job.