e-learning provides a single source of learning materials ensuring that the content delivered is identical for all learners and is of the highest possible quality.
e-learning is training provided using the expanding power of the Internet. E-learning means moving away from the traditional classroom learning experience and into the learner’s world. It means that participants can learn at any time and any place around the world.
It is the catalyst that is changing the whole model of learning in this century – for school pupils, university students, for employees, for the ongoing training and development of professionals like doctors, nurses and teachers – in fact for just about anyone who wants to find out something on either a formal or casual basis. E-Learning means that you no longer need to spend long periods travelling to a location to attend a course; you can now have access to learning when you want it, at the time you want it – day or night, wherever you want it – at home, at work, in your local library. E-Learning empowers learners to manage their own learning and in the most appropriate way for each learner. E-Learning means learners can have access to a wide range of learning resources: both materials and people, and in this way each learner can have an individualized, personalized experience, where they access the learning that is best for them. E-Learning is a social activity, and e-learning means that powerful and enduring learning experiences can be achieved, not just through content, but through the use of online communities and networks. E-Learning has moved from the classroom onto the desktop and now into the pocket. It´s a fact that we are all becoming more mobile; about 50% of all employees now spend up to 50% of their time outside the office. We all do a lot more Traveling (on buses, trains and planes), as we visit other offices or campuses and there is quite a bit of evidence to show that people would like to make more use of this “dead time” for learning purposes. The term m-learning is used to describe the use of iPad, PDAs and mobile phones for learning. PDAs are a very useful device onto which learners can download learning content and then view at their convenience.
To provide you with great e-learning solutions and an excellent service, we have put together a team of great people. Our team combines the expertise of the instructional designers, with first class graphic designers, technical consultants and a large team of programmers. Our team has proven experience of delivering e-learning solutions of all shapes and sizes. Our team can assist you with all of your e-learning course development projects—from individual courses to a customized learning environment for any audience. Our team has the expertise to work with evolving technologies (HTML 5), platforms (iOS 6, Ice Cream Sandwich), authoring tools and design approaches (like Responsive and Adaptive design) that can help you take advantage of the opportunities that the mobile devices offer.
We have a strong team of instructional designers who understand learning and how to add real value to your learning content. They will guide you through the project and discuss and develop ideas to ensure you achieve your learning and business objectives. Whatever your budget, our instructional design expertise is always at the core of what we do.