Hierarchical Institutes

In line with the product’s philosophy to allow training organisations to use Learning eXchange as their primary platform to deliver custom training programmes to their clients, LX now supports hierarchical institutes. This allows a training organisation to have a master institute, customised and branded for itself. When a training organisation wants to offer its client a custom version of available content, it can now create a “sub-institute”, customised and branded for the customer. This allows a training organisation to offer unique experiences to each of its customer and also encapsulate users of one client organisation from another. If you would like to see this in action or know more, write to us at lx.product@learningmate.com.

Ancillary Content Support

Learning eXchange now allows the upload of ancillary learning material. This allows instructors and authors to create a richer context to online courses by supplementing them with denser reading and reference material for learners. Ancillary content can be linked to a course, a section in the course, or to a specific page.

Learning eXchange supports various forms of ancillary content, including PDF and Office files, images, videos, and audio files.

Administrative Support

With LX, IT Admin can create a sub-institute to the Parent Institute, classify users as ‘Paid’, ‘Demo’, and ‘Internal’ etc., track users’ accepting license agreement and send notifications to learners who use a specific browser. In addition, IT Admin can also turn off blogs and groups, as and when required.

Message Box

The LX message box is extremely user-friendly and enables quick organisation. Users can create a new message, archive messages, send messages and the recipients are notified via email to instructors or pre-configured users.


This enables users to access multiple institutes with a single ID, change institutes without having to logout and access notes directly from their workspace. Users can also see friends/course mates online; they also have the option of appearing ‘ Offline’ to others.


This enables users to send bulk notification via news flashes and an internal messaging system.