“We experience Pluvo as a user-friendly platform. We chose Pluvo because the guidance is personal and fast, and because you can get along with Pluvo without much ICT knowledge.”
Marnique van der Duin
For the 'Somtoday' product, Topicus was looking for an online learning platform that would allow teachers to follow online training. After a thorough search, Pluvo was chosen.
Topic is a major player in the IT market and makes software for education, healthcare and the government, among other things. One of these products is Som today, a student monitoring system & electronic learning environment for secondary education.
Teachers across the country use this software, for example, to prepare homework, register absences and organize elective work time. It is therefore important to know Somtoday well, because it has a major influence on a lecturer's daily activities.
That is why teachers receive training in order to find their way around Somtoday as quickly as possible. This was only done offline, but it wasn't ideal. After all, the training always had to be followed at a fixed time, at a fixed location. This does not work out well for every teacher.
That's why Somtoday decided to look for an online learning platform so that they can provide teachers with the right information regardless of time and location. After some searching and trying out different learning platforms, Somtoday decided that Pluvo was the most suitable platform.
Marnique van Duin, consultant for Somtoday, explains why Pluvo was chosen:
“We experience Pluvo as a user-friendly platform. We chose Pluvo because the guidance is personal and fast, and because you can get along with Pluvo without much ICT knowledge.
With the training in Pluvo, teachers can now learn everything about Somtoday wherever they want, whenever they want. In addition, they can easily read back information.
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