e-Learning Module development

Examview, Articulate Studio, Articulate Storyline, Adobe, Raptivity, Captivate, Camtasia and more.

Engaging content for all devices

Our expertise

Our team has a combined experience of 15 years in instruction based course design and online course development.

The course we are providing are designed using the latest technology and has a tool which is made keeping in mind the client’s time and budget part and also gives a user friendly interface.

We provide courses which are audio/video based and they are developed using examview, Articulate Studio, Articulate Storyline, Adobe, Raptivity, Captivate, Camtasia and more.

They have inbuilt features like professional narration, flash animations, learning activities/games, quizzes and more.

Best practices of our LMS course and module development:

  • Partnering with Course experts– use a device capable of delivering online training to anyone, at any place, at any time. But this is only possible when the course experts gets in touch with the developer and instructs him what to put up in the content.
  • Planning the right learning objective– An ineffective learning objective will result in an unsuccessful training module, despite all the subsequent hard work, time, and effort. A developer’s key strength is “translating” technical choices and issues into understandable terms and timelines.
  • Remember your audience– While this may not sound particularly difficult, it can be tricky. When you develop your training, remember that you are not taking the training, your audience is. Ensure that any topic included in the training, whether onscreen text or narrative, aligns with your audience and is relevant to your subject matter.
  • Course duration– If the user sees that a course segment will take three hours to complete, they may very well choose to do something else. While there are instances when subject matter will require more time, the aim is to ensure users don’t feel pressured to complete everything in one long session.
  • Testing of Media- Finally — and this is of utmost importance — always test your final e-Learning module prior to release. Missing graphics, unloadable pages, and frustrating error messages are not helpful to your audience and will do serious harm to your e-Learning reputation.
  • Release of media– even after a training module arrives in front of its audience, it is far from complete. Our organization provides an e-mail option within our courses to allow people to send feedback to the team. This lets us know if there are any problems or issues with content or whether learners have experienced technical difficulties.

Courses Based on Instructional Design

We thoroghly done the content analysis, gap analysis and then the Instructional Design Plan is created to provide detailed instructions that clearly explains the “who, what, when, where, why, and how” of the project.

Course with Animation and Media

This type of rich media courses will have Flash Animations, VideoAudio Narrations, Step by step guide using screenshots illustrations.

Online Course Authoring in LMS

Conversion of office files to a course, Creation of question bank and quizzes in LMS, creation of assignments, uploading of resource files, authoring various course structure within LMS based on your curriculum.

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