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E-Learning Services

At Learn-chain.com, we have a robust framework to categorize and develop varieties of e-learning materials. The development process includes series of stages such as content analysis, Storyboard development and review, Alpha and Beta development with multiple stage reviews, Voice over mixing and final handover of both source and LMS-ready e-learning. Further, we use various authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Premier and Adobe After Effects etc. to get the best effects and outcomes.

With our partners like Nihon Edutech, we also provide language localization services for e-learning courses.

Nihon Edutech recognizes the trends and innovations of the learning industry and the importance of good e-learning design. Our e-learning service capability complements the Learnchain platform offering to provide a one-stop shop all the learning needs of our customers.

Vertical Focus:

Our learning design solutions include the industry/domain context while making sure that contents are developed with sound Instructional Design (ID) strategies, visually appealing graphics, engaging interactivity and use of state-of-the-art technology.

Development Framework:

Nihon edutech develops e-learning with multiple levels of interactivity and follows a robust framework to categorize them and offer development services.

Development Process:

Nihon edutech employs a robust development process which includes a series of stages, such as Analysing the content, Storyboarding using ID strategies, Alpha development, Alpha review, Beta development, Voice over mixing (as needed), Beta reviews etc. with appropriate gates and exit criteria to ensure right content output and reduction of re-work.

E-Learning Tools:

Nihon Edutech has the capability to use various authoring tools available and is well-versed in many of the e-learning tools including Articulate Storyline, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Premier and Adobe After Effects etc.

Localization:

Often, Global customers have learning needs that may vary in terms of language, culture, pace of training etc. Nihon Edutech provides localization services for e-learning courses as needed.

Mobile Solutions:

Nihon Edutech creates courses for mobile devices using mobile learning design principles and publish them in the HTML5 format with responsive design. These are also compatible with devices, such as tablets, laptops, smart-phones etc.



E-Learning Levels:

Course Levels Description Highlights Types of Resources
Level 1.

Linear/text-based elearning

This level is referred to as ‘page-turners'. The course is linear and could be considered basic training, in which the student acts only as an information receiver.

a) Offers basic interactions that achieves knowledge and comprehension level learning outcomes;

b) Low degree of complexity;

c) 70% of conceptual/fact-based screens, 30% of activity-based screens of the e-learning courseware;

d) May include (but not limited to) links to video, podcasts, simple images & graphics, multiple choice quiz.

1) Sequence is fixed

2) Effective to teach simple concepts

3) Inexpensive to develop

a) Graphics/images, simple animations/illustrations (not more than 15)

b) Popus, rollovers (not more than 3 interactivities)

c) Audio (machine)

d) Basic quiz questions

e) Audio - human (on request)

Level 2.

Limited elearning Interactivity

The course is basic but the student has more control over their training; and can do more than just watch, read and navigate.

a) Offers limited interactions that achieves knowledge, comprehension, and application level learning outcomes;

b) Low degree of complexity and extends a degree of control to the learner;

c) Usually 60% of conceptual/fact-based screens, 40% of activity-based screens of the e-learning courseware;

d) May include graphics, animations, roll-overs, simple scenarios/games/case studies, clickable animated graphics/images/tabs, dragand- drop quiz questions, matching quiz questions, audio & video

Best suited for non-complex operations and maintenance lessons

a) Graphics/images/ clickable animated graphics (not more than 25)

b) Simple scenarios/case studies (not more than 3)

c) Customized exercises (i.e. drag-and-drop, match the following, and identification components). (not more than 5)

d) Audio (machine)

e) Video (not more than 2)

f) Popup, rollovers (not more than 3)

g) Audio - human (on request)

Level 3.

Moderate elearning Interactivity

There is a high degree of complexity and customization of the course.

a) Offers average interactions that achieves knowledge, comprehension, application and analysis level learning outcomes;

b) High degree of complexity and customization of the course

c) Usually 50% of conceptual/fact-based screens, 50% of activity-based screens of the e-learning courseware;

d) May include more complex graphics & animations, game-based learning, simulations, stories and branching scenarios

This level is a favorite in the industry because it strikes balance between active learning and development time.

a) Animated Videos/videos (not more than 2)

b) Customised animation (not more than 12)

c) ) Complex simulations where the learners enter data into fields (for application based courses only)

d) Scenarios/ Case study/ games (not more than 5)

e) Custom Flash Animations where learners have the ability to investigate. (not more than 8)

f) Customized exercises (i.e. drag-and-drop, match the following, and identification components). (not more than 5)

g) Audio (machine)

h) Audio - human (on request)

E-Learning Samples