Learnium Communities was founded on the principal that communication is key to collaboration. Much like any other social network, Communities provides a private social network platform for people to discuss, share and engage on topics that are relevant to your members.

Why a private social network?

We are often asked why not just use another famous social network? So many people are on those other platforms, why do we need another one?

Learnium Communities is completely independent, separate, private and can be branded to look like a solution from your organisation. Users don’t get distracted by other activities happening on the social network; and messages shared on your Communities network isn’t analysed by advertising robots.

Here are 5 more reasons to use Learnium Communities:

  • Organisational moderators have access to communication if required for safeguarding minors or vulnerable people
  • Your data is yours – Learnium won’t aggregate or scan information shared for financial gain
  • User access can be controlled and time limited, great for paying membership organisations
  • Courses and webinars can be delivered directly on the platform

20 ways you can use Learnium Communities

Communities is deployable by pretty much anyone. Here are 20 ways Communities can be used by organisations:

  1. K12 / High Schools for safeguarded collaboration
  2. Instagram influencer platforms
  3. Small research organisations to discuss findings privately
  4. Small charities to maintain two way comms with their stakeholders
  5. Support groups
  6. Open source coding communities
  7. YouTube channel communities
  8. Alumni <> Student mentoring programmes
  9. Business coaches and their mentees
  10. Online and offline Personal Trainer (PTs) communities to continue sharing great results and strategies with your cohort
  11. Extra-curricular cultural programmes for Academy Groups with academies spread across geographical areas
  12. Memberships Associations to foster collaboration and engagement amongst members
  13. Large organisations looking to add value to delegates months before and months after live webinar events
  14. University students for collaborative projects
  15. Peer-to-peer learning groups at colleges and universities
  16. “Shadow module” spaces as informal communication spaces for students and lecturers around specific subjects or modules
  17. Student unions as a way to manage communication for societies while maintaining safeguarding
  18. Private, informal industry groups (alternative to LinkedIn groups)
  19. Social and collaborative resource / document repositories where communication is required around specific resources
  20. Local neighbourhood groups for sharing latest news, events, etc

As you can see, there are many different uses for Learnium Communities. Why not get in touch with us and let us know where you’re thinking about using a private social network and we can discuss what would and wouldn’t work for you.