e-Learning

Module Development

Learning on-line does not mean that traditional face-to-face training can be entirely replaced. The world of learning is changing with more experiential communication on a social basis. Any content, even if it is a 30 second video, has to be relevant, engaging and precise in nature. We also understand and implement effective SCORM LMS calls to ensure that tracking data is communicated.

At Knowledge Hemispheres, we have developed content that is engaging, interactive and easier to share experiences. By doing this we have created rich media experiences which facilitate deep learning.

Our e-Learning modules utilise a variety of multimedia production technologies, including: Flash, Audio, Video, Graphics and Text. These solutions have been delivered to major corporations and public sector organizations as both stand alone and SCORM compliant (embedded as modules inside a Learning Management System i.e. LMS). We are also successful in integrating or passing data to and from an LMS.

Please Click here to view one of our recent e-Learning Projects, incorporating, Video, Audio, Images and Text in an engaging interactive manner.

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Integration Service

Back in the day, learning pioneers developed content for distribution using compact discs. The next step was to make this content available on a network. Organisations such as the AICC created standards for navigation and tracking.
In the late 1990s other standards, for example SCORM emerged.

In our view we believe that standards present an opportrunity to deliver enhanced and supportive learning. Intergration with a firm’s work practices, Human Resource strategy and customer service are key.

We define e-Learning

  • Linking to Knowledge Portals – Polling and harvesting content from RSS feeds to capture key communication
  • Using webservices – To pass assessment or registration data betweeen systems
  • Using real-time social media – For example learning to use #tags with Twitter – to facilitate greater interaction
  • Access to mobile content – Accessing content & progress via your phone or ipod – recently we have developed off-site assessment systems
    that syncronise with a centralised assessment engine.
  • Understanding what elements of an e-Learning standard are required inside a Learning management system.
    For example, Oracle Learning Management (OLM) System states that it can track 6 elements of SCORM
    – Resume/ Bookmarking – carry on from where the learner left off during a session
    – Score – an agreed minimum pass mark
    – Complete/Incomplete – enabling suspension of a learning object (preventing it to be re-taken)
    – Pass/Fail – status of learning object
    – Total session time – total instance time.
    – Total elapsed time – total time spent to-date

    Please click here to view a recent seminar we presented at Oracle Corporation on Best Practice e-Learning with Oracle Learning Management System. The presentation uses our Screen-cast service and is free to view. Additional free support resources are also available from the provided link.  The full write-up on this event is also available by clicking the following link.

  • Using e-Portfolios – On-line assessment tools supported by an email back-end work-flow

With regard to the latter, we have developed on-line portfolios with a back-end email work-flow. These help to assess the educational progress of specific candidates attending a typical vocational or practical orientated course. For them evidence based examination and use of scenarios and simulations is more appropriate than traditional classroom based intensity.

We can develop this type of e-Learning assessment tool for a business organization which assesses the progress of employees within your organization. The assessment can be formal or informal, in the form of written documents, quizzes, inventories, portfolios, self-evaluations and discussions.  We can develop this tool for your organization to be used as an online portal for information transfer and feedback. We also update and maintain this e-Learning assessment tool on a regular basis.

The key is integration from registration, learning and finally proving that skills are being used in a timely manner.

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