BESPOKE ELEARNING CONTENT
Using our network of trusted experts, we build innovative elearning content. We don't have offices or permanent employees, so you don't pay a premium to cover our overheads. Over the years we have completed many different types of elearning projects for many large organisations. So whether it's rapid elearning, IT system training, bespoke Flash content, or 3D learning environments you need we can help.
RAPID ELEARNING AND INFORMAL MEDIA
Both rapid elearning and informal media have enormous potential to transform elearning for the better. There can, however, be major pitfalls, but with a little knowledge and a bit of help from the experts, these can be overcome to create really effective and engaging elearning.
To get you up and running with rapid elearning and informal media, we can…
- Help you to choose the right content development packages for your organisation
- Provide instructional design training and / or support to your elearning authors
- Help you get the development process right first time
- Help you build robust quality assurance (QA) processes
- Design and create bespoke rich media, video and interactivity for your content
We are firm advocates of blended learning, after all, this is how people have traditionally learnt; from a variety of sources. To successfully implement new knowledge, learning should extend beyond the computer (or training room) and into the workplace. In every project we undertake, we evaluate the whole range of learning options before making recommendations.
From the initial client briefing and project definition, to working with subject matter experts, and storyboarding; we have experience in all stages of the elearning design and production process. We can storyboard by hand, in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or your authoring tool of choice, to integrate fully with your workflow and production team. Our creativity allows us to strike the balance between interactivity and a production cost that is right for you.
Video can be an excellent medium to illustrate a point, detail a case study or communicate a message online. We are experienced in shooting video for the web and have all the equipment and expertise needed to produce short, professional films; from interviewing your CEO to documenting a process.
Serious games are a relatively new addition to the learning technologies repertoire and used in the right context can be a highly effective and memorable way of learning. We are experienced in building 3D learning environments and can advise organisations on getting the most out of this method of training.
Fri 14 Nov 2014
We are delighted to have been shortlisted in two categories for the Learning Awards 2015.
Organisation Design Toolkit, a project with BP to help them improve and standardise organisation design within their company, is a finalist in the Social and Collaboration Learning Solution of the Year and External Learning Solution of the Year categories.
We will be going to London next week to present to the judges and we will get the results in February 2015.
Thu 8 May 2014
Rob will be speaking at the Technology for Associations Congress 2014 in London on 2 July. He'll be helping participants understand how to choose the right technologies and the right vendors for their audience and organisational needs.
Rob will also be speaking at Learning Live in London, in September 2014. His interactive session will focus on digital learning design to solve performance problems. Tickets are on sale for both now.
Thu 3 Apr 2014
We are very pleased to announce that the contributors to the Really Useful eLearning Instruction Manual, which was edited by our very own, Rob Hubbard, have generously decided to donate their share of the royalties to LearnAppeal, the UK's elearning charity. LearnAppeal are involved in some really exciting learning projects to benefit the most disadvantaged people across the world. Massive thanks to Clive Shepherd, Laura Overton, Jane Bozarth, Lars Hyland, Julie Wedgwood, Jane Hart, Colin Steed, Clark Quinn, Ben Betts and Charles Jennings - you guys are awesome! If you haven't got your copy yet, you can use this code on the Wylie website to get 15% off: VBF11
Thu 3 Apr 2014
Congratulations to the first intake of the Waterstones Bookseller Qualification who will graduate next week in a special ceremony at the publisher, Penguin's, offices in London. The qualification was completed on the award-winning Waterstones Academy system that we designed and built for them. This project also features as one of the case studies in the up-coming second edition of Clive Shepherd's ground-breaking Blended Learning Cookbook.
Thu 3 Apr 2014
Places are now available on our brand new Digital Learning Design Course. The first intake will start in September 2014 and we will run the course twice per year. This free two-week course will teach participants how to design effective performance-focused learning solutions to address organisational challenges. Watch the website for details or contact us to be added to the waiting list.
Thu 20 Feb 2014
Rob will be speaking at the eLearning Awards Showcase, organised by the eLearning Network on Friday 28 February in London. He and Emma Brown, Head of Learning and Development at Waterstones will be presenting a case study on the Silver award-winning Waterstones Academy. Tickets can be booked online Come and find out the secrets of our success!
Thu 20 Feb 2014
We will be retiring our hugely successful ReD (Rapid eLearning Design) course this Spring. The final course will run from 3 March 2014 and there are still a few (free) places left. Out of the ashes will spring our brand spanking new Digital Learning Design Course. The DLD course will teach learners how to design effective, performance-focussed or knowledge-focused learning solutions to address organisational challenges. As with ReD it will be free of charge and we will be running it twice a year, with the first intake in September 2014. Watch the website for details and/or email us firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waiting list.
Thu 20 Feb 2014
We were delighted to be a finalist in the 'Learning Technologies' category for the Learning Awards 2014, joining big names such as PwC, McDonalds and Ashridge Business School.