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What Sets Us Apart
At IBL we work with you as a partner to provide you with any service you may need to deploy your education initiative online. Our business model is one built on trust, transparency and total availability.
We believe you should have constant access to the course and any code we write for you as they’re being developed. And if you have any questions throughout the process, our team of engineers and instructional designers is always available.
No IP or Revenue Sharing
We’re not an SaaS company and don’t believe in any hidden fees. We don’t share any revenue or intellectual property either, so anything we develop for you and any money you make from it belongs to you and you alone!
What Our Clients Are Saying
“We hired IBL Studios during the summer of 2015 for a pilot learning project at MIT Sloan School. It took us a long time to make a decision about the company we should hire. We examined all of the details of the project, considered several providers and finally chose IBL. They were extremely responsive, detail-oriented and professional from the first minute. We collaborated closely with them and the project was a complete success. They surpassed our expectations!”
MIT Sloan School
“IBL has supported our academic initiatives for more than a year: customizing and deploying OpenEdX, developing XBlocks and brainstorming ideas — we couldn’t hope for a more skilled and committed partner.”
Dr. Lorena Barba
Chair of Open edX Universities – Associate Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
The George Washington University
“I had a project that included a primary goal of getting open digital badges up and running in Open edX. We worked intensively with Lorena Barba and George Washington and Miguel Amigot at IBL studios. It was a success and we could not have done it without the knowledge of Open edX that Miguel and his team brought to the effort. I look forward to working with them again on future projects.”
Dr. Daniel Hickey
Professor and Program Coordinator