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Some (Fun) Facts
Why do I need a paid plan?
Creating your training program in Qurve is free. Once you start sharing your content to more than 3 participants, you’ll need a paid plan. But feel free to experiment, free of charge, with our free plan.
Are there any setup costs?
However, should you need extra help creating your learning content, then you can contact us, and we’ll make an offer you can’t refuse * godfather mode off*
How do I pay?
We’ll send you an invoice, based on your current plan. You can go for monthly or quarterly payments or a full-year invoice.
Can I upgrade or downgrade?
Yes, you can… Just let us know if you wish to upgrade or downgrade your current plan.
What is an active user?
Our pricing model is based on active users. An active users is someone who downloaded the app and used it that particular month.
What are use cases for Qurve?
- – inspiring pre-boarding or onboarding programs for new employees
- – follow-up of compliance training or safety awareness
- – pre- or post-training booster events
- – leadership program follow-up
- – the latest processes and procedures
- – tips & tricks on your product
What is xAPI?
The Experience API (or xAPI) is a specification for learning technology that makes it possible to collect data about the wide range of experiences a person has (online and offline).
This xAPI captures data in a consistent format about your Qurve participant.
What is a Learning Record Store?
The LRS is the heart of any xAPI ecosystem, receiving, storing and returning xAPI statements. You’ll need an LRS in order to do anything with xAPI. Every other tool which sends or retrieves learning activity data will interact with the LRS as the central store.
The LRS is “a server (i.e. system capable of receiving and processing web requests) that is responsible for receiving, storing, and providing access to Learning Records.” Taking this a step farther, the LRS is designed to enable systems to store and retrieve xAPI statements, store xAPI state, and store various other xAPI metadata from other systems. When considering what an LRS actually is, it’s important to remember that the S stands for STORE, meaning that the most basic function of an LRS is to store and make available xAPI statements.
How do I setup my own LRS?
Once you start using Qurve, we help you with the setup of your Learning Record Store. We’ll offer you some options, should you not have a built-in LRS in your Learning Management System.
Currently, we have experience with Watershed, Learning Locker, Yet Analytics and Veracity.
Who owns the data?
You. When you build learning content in Qurve, you are the owner of this content and all the information of the participants. Dutch & Dillon provides and owns the technology.
Can we add our own fun items?
At the moment, we provide 60 fun items in the library. If you want to add your own fun items, we are more than happy to create those for you. Drop us a line, if you want us to help you!
What languages does Qurve support?
Qurve is currently available in three languages: Dutch, English, and French. Should you need an extra language, let us know!