e-learning development

Start with what you have: For most companies, you probably already have the training contents used in your traditional classes, such as the PowerPoint slides, manuals or job aids.

We can convert or transform your e-learning courses into incredibly more effective by using our advance techniques and technologies Dr. D. Merrill, the prominent scholar from BYU, proposes that the core of all effective instruction involves task-based learning that starts by activating previous knowledge, then demonstrating correct skills, having the learn apply the skills through practice, then integrating the skills into their everyday lives. We can accomplish this by using rapid interactive development tools and techniques. Many companies made the common mistakes of just converting their static PowerPoints slides or word.doc manual/PDF and upload them online and call that “e-learning.” How does that turn out? Various researches have confirmed that boring online contents is the major reasons why online learners perform so poorly. You need to make the courses interesting to capture the learners attention by using multimedia effectively. That’s where we come in. We design beautiful , attractive, engaging learning modules that target your learners’ visual , auditory and kinetic sensory. When all senses are activated and engaged, long memory can be easily established thus positive behavioral changes in your employees. Theoretical Framework : We based our production practice on solid theoretical frameworks such as Constructionism, Active Learning, KirkPatrick’s Stages of Learning & Evaluation, Cognitive Psycholoy : Sensory & Perception modalities. Assessment Strategy: Our quizzes are rarely just multiple choices or basic True/False. We can build full simulation of the actual activities that your staffs will be using their newly learned knowledge- sales presentation, reading complex diagram or model etc. We also provide Key Performance Indicator ( KPI) analysis to measure change in your employees’ performance after completing the e-learning modules- at 30, 90, 180 days interval