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Thought Industries Releases The Customer Education Playbook at COGNITION 2020

BOSTON, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —  Thought Industries, the world’s leading B2B customer training platform provider, announced The Customer Education Playbook at COGNITION 2020. The most comprehensive and validated methodology for developing, implementing, and evaluating a customer education program, the Playbook is backed by nearly 200 interviews with Thought Industries customers and customer education professionals on what it takes to achieve success.

Presented in an October 6 keynote by Daniel Quick, Senior Director of Product Experience at Thought Industries, attendees of the COGNITION 2020 virtual customer education conference and user event were given a first-hand preview of the 12 critical steps in standing up a customer education program and key questions companies should be asking as their business strategy and customers evolve.

“Companies looking to scale onboarding, grow their brand, and drive customer engagement can leverage the methodology as a guide to implement impactful customer education,” said Daniel Quick, Senior Director of Product Experience at Thought Industries.

Barry Kelly, CEO of Thought Industries, commented, “We developed The Customer Education Playbook as we started rethinking and evaluating our own customer education program. We realized the questions we were asking would likely help others in the space think through their core challenges. We then conducted interviews and validated the steps with a research partner to ensure the framework accurately hit on the multitude of elements. It’s been a great learning opportunity and we look forward to seeing greater success within the customer education space as a result.”

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About Thought Industries

Thought Industries powers the business of learning by providing the world’s leading B2B customer training platform. The company was founded in 2014 around the core belief that online learning experiences should be modern, intuitive, engaging, and scalable. Today, our team builds and maintains the only learning solution with completely native tools and integrations that drive higher engagement, learner proficiency, and retention rates for our customers. Headquartered in Boston, Thought Industries has offices across North America and Europe. For more information, visit and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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University of Alabama Releases Latest Coronavirus Numbers

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The University of Alabama System released its latest figures regarding positive coronavirus cases on Friday afternoon, and even though there was a slight increase the overall numerous remained low on the Tuscaloosa campus. 

There were 45 new cases over the past week, and only 13 students were in isolation across all campuses. Of them, five were at UA.

Last week the Tuscaloosa campus had a semester-low 24 cases, but per the release “Officials say testing and mitigation efforts are succeeding.

System-wide, which includes UAB and UAH, there have been 2,958 confirmed cases, with 97 this past week. UAB had the most with 49. 

A total of 20 faculty and staff members tested positive on all campuses combined. 

Overall, the are 70,400 students on the three campuses, of which 1,100-plus faculty, staff and students, including clinical enterprise staff in the UAB Health System) received sentinel testing, resulting in eight positive test.

Locally, Tuscaloosa Country is up to 9,390 confirmed cases, with 109 deaths, while the state figures have remained steady of late: 142,664 confirmed cases with 2,496 deaths. 

Nationwide, coronavirus cases are on the rise again, and grew by 5 percent or more in more than 30 U.S. states last week according to Johns Hopkins data.

University of Alabama Coronavirus Cases

Oct. 9: 45 new cases, 2,578 total

Oct. 1: 24; 2, 533

Sept. 24: 48; 2,509

Sept. 17: 119; 2,461

Sept. 10: 294; 2,342

Sept. 3: 846; 2,048

Aug. 27: 481; 1,202

Aug. 24: 563; 720

Aug. 18 (pe-arrival): 158; 158

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