Learning development through technology

Learning Portals Assist Blended Cours...

Learning Portals Assist Blended Courses

At our sister company Dever Solutions Limited we use our learning portal to host blended learning to support our classroom deliveries in business architecture and operating model development. The courses are delivered to a mix of corporate clients, in larger financial services organisations and to develop contractors that work within those organisations. Historically folders were […]

E-learning Supports Software Sales

E-learning Supports Software Sales

Selling software as a service is a growing business model as software seller’s move from one off license sales to ongoing revenue through pay for use. In this so called “Software as a  Service  (SAAS) model”  customers pay per month for the use of the software generating a stream of potential ongoing income. E- learning […]

Academic year 2014-15 closes off R...

Academic year 2014-15 closes off – time for reflection?

As the current academic year comes to a close what opportunities are there for improving e-learning through e-confident approaches? This year the growing demand for multi platform material has definitely been the big feature. Learning material that only runs on a windows platform is definitely “old hat”, no doubt. With increased access to good quality […]

E-Learning: Animation for animation s...

E-Learning: Animation for animation sake.

We were having a discussion over the weekend with a friend who has recently been through an e-learning programme in the health care sector, she knows we create e-learning content and hence the topic arose. She commented that the content was technically challenging,  in that it frequently froze half way through quizzes and tests and […]

E learning Materials Provide Support ...

E learning Materials Provide Support for Traditional Delivery

E-learning is deployed often to save cost. Face to face training is expensive not only from the direct costs of the training but the hidden costs of travel, subsistence and working week disruption. In  many cases this is  good business sense. There is always a balance between cost savings and quality and the balance really […]

Rapid e-learning hits the spot.

Rapid e-learning hits the spot.

It wasn’t that long ago that building a survey quiz or a short e-learning model would take a week. It was a fairly substantial investment that needed some serious use to return the investment. The result was training modules pretty much cast in stone designed to return value through many deliveries. Build once at a […]

Solutions not functionality.

Solutions not functionality.

We can produce a course that delivers material provides a quiz, shows a screen cast, uses branching learning techniques and captures and essay questions – great stuff. However, if you can’t visualise why you would need these things, clever as they are, then what is the point. A lot of software is sold like this […]

Quizzes and Qualitative Assessment So...

Quizzes and Qualitative Assessment Some Thoughts.

Quizzes form a dominant part of e-learning assessment. The format is usually a section of information delivery followed by a quiz to test learning.  Modern content development tools allow branching; this is the ability to direct the learner through a revision section should the answer be wrong and then re-test.  The branching technique allows differentiation […]

Easter holidays emphasise the benefit...

Easter holidays emphasise the benefits of e-learning

Post 16 colleges abide by the normal academic timetable which is based on the idea that children need a break from learning, hence the half terms and other blocks of non- teaching time. Often though, our local colleges support a lot of adult learners, many of whom are are in employment and “holiday weeks” are […]

Is a classroom PowerPoint ok for e-le...

Is a classroom PowerPoint ok for e-learning?

A traditionally delivered presentation should use the slides to make bullet points or summaries for the presenter. The personality and style of delivery make the learning happen. Plodding through and reading a PowerPoint is not good practice, as most teachers and trainers would agree. So, is a Powerpoint OK to use as content in e-learning, as […]


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