Izzui is a social media app uniquely focused on E-Learning in Facebook. Izzui made its debut to the technology start-up community at TechCrunch Disrupt on Monday, September 10th, in San Francisco. TechCrunch Disrupt is one of the most anticipated technology conferences of the year.
As a Facebook app for end-to-end online learning collaboration, Izzui permits anyone with a Facebook account to teach, learn and share. Izzui allows users to create and post online content and presentations, invite friends to check them out and also subscribe to other people’s Izzui posts. Users can also rate, evaluate and comment on their Izzui subscriptions, as well as share their course activities on their Facebook profile. Izzui brings social learning and E-learning to the wider public. The website www.izzui.com/ provides additional information and a link that will take visitors to the actual Facebook app.
Previously garnering attention on Facebook in its beta phase, Izzui is structured so that users can quickly go to either the Learn or Teach option. Under Learn, Facebook users can browse through courses by topic. Recently added topics include Daily tips; Education; Fashion; Food and Drinks; Games; Health; Languages; Lifestyle; Management and Business; Music; Sports; and Technology. Users can also find courses by searching “All” courses or by Author.
What further differentiates Izzui from other Facebook applications is the option for users to create courses collaboratively. By clicking on the “Teach” tab, users will be walked seamlessly through QuickLessons, a professional authoring tool to create courses, using the platform for free. In Izzui, course authors are able to select whether they want to design their course for Mobile or Desktop publishing.
Izzui is a Facebook app that provides a free, collaborative E-Learning community for creating, sharing, and viewing a wide variety of interactive and engaging content via online courses. Izzui is headquartered in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Izzui’s founders and developers focus on learning and development with a relentless commitment to improving the way people see and use elearning. For more information, visit www.izzui.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.