With over ten years of e-learning experience and a diverse portfolio of work, we offer expert advise on all aspects of
e-learning in a range of sectors.
Whether this is your first exploration into the world of e-learning or you already have an e-learning strategy in place, we work in close partnership with our clients to develop bespoke e-learning solutions and implement e-learning projects to satisfy your needs.
We can help you:
- Identify appropriate strategies for organisations looking to utilise e-learning for the first time.
- Select e-learning technologies appropriate for your requirements.
- Establish rapid e-learning and blended learning solutions.
- Project manage the purchase and adoption of new e-learning related technologies including software, web systems and hardware.
- Select Learning Management Systems and authoring tools.
- By providing helpful timely support to staff encountering problems relating to e-learning.
- Market and advance the usage of e-learning.
Previous projects include:
Recommending and implementing e-learning resources and infrastructure – providing a low cost strategy for on-line course delivery for a large healthcare related professional body by:
- Analysis of options for a low cost strategy of on-line course delivery.
- Selecting a course delivery method to be compatible with existing web systems.
- Recommending authoring tools to produce multimedia on-line courses.
- Advising on learning activities suitable for required continued professional development.
- Evaluation of e-learning strategy following initial use.
- Planning for the development and expansion of the delivery system and courses on offer.
Introducing electronic voting in lectures at a major university – leading the introduction and adoption of an innovative teaching technology through:
- Researching the pedagogical benefits and cost implications of the technology.
- Selecting a system and instigating its purchase.
- Developing related training and supporting materials.
- Delivering staff training on the use of the system.
- Supporting staff in their early use.
- Project managing the purchase and installation of equipment in central teaching space.
Developing a summative Computer Aided Assessment service at a major university
– taking a CAA pilot project that utilised Questionmark Perception into a full production service including summative assessment through:
- Researching the implications with leading institutions.
- Developing a proposal for the upgrade of system hardware.
- Developing a set of new procedures through consultation with expert users and University examination regulations.
- Redefining system support roles.
- Active involvement in initial summative applications.