Gone are the days of sitting in a classroom – staring out the window. Nowadays, learning can be fun, fast paced, and interactive. Our e-Learning solutions allow education providers to tap in to a new means of knowledge distribution.
Learning – The Electronic Way
It’s a proven fact that interactive learning is by far the most successful in terms of knowledge retention and recall. Unfortunately, classical teaching methods lack interactivity at most levels. E-learning, on the other hand, promotes a correlative feel at every turn – boosting learning productivity and success.
Creating E-Learning Material and Applications
E-learning is a compelling way of teaching new material to anyone with a computer. However, to get to the point where an e-learning application is useful – planning, development and behind-the-scenes research needs to take place. Thankfully – we have experience in all of these fields.
One of the benefits of e-learning is that you can make the education process as communal and hands-on as is necessary to portray your message. Whether it’s a short course for staff training, or a lengthy online course for an indepth topic, we have the capability and resources to create an incredible e-learning application.
Grading and Assessment
Learning is one thing, but the ability to recall and use what you are learning is entirely another. Along with the teaching side of our e-learning applications, we also have appropriate grading and assessment systems to quiz participants on their new found knowledge.
Many educators want to track the amount of time students are spending on individual activities or content pages. With advanced timing calculators built in to our e-learning applications – you can gauge the importance of each page (slide) – whilst running time regulated activities, tests, and exams.
One of the downfalls that many students cite with e-learning is the lack of teacher input and availability. After all, if you’ve got a question – putting your hand up won’t get you anywhere. To get around this, we’ve built in feedback and support mechanisms to fulfil the role of a real-life tutor.