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Hello, could anybody suggest three to four good e-learning suppliers, whom I could call for a piece of work.
The project is to take the content of a one day, trainer-lead induction and turn this into an on-line format.
Any sound providers appreciated.
Many thanks,
Mark
Mark Edwards

6 Responses

  1. e-learning
    If your still looking give us a call, we can help – Regards – Keith 08709 220032

  2. e-Learning development company
    Hello Mark,

    My company (Intellego) could certainly help. If you would like to view some examples of our work or speak to existing clients to judge our capabilities please give me a call and I will set this up for you. You will find more information on us at http://www.intellego.co.uk.
    My direct number is 0191 2263543.

    Regards

    Graham Turner
    Director

  3. Recommendations only please
    Recommendations from people who have used elearning providers, and have been impressed with their services, would be most welcome.

    But please remember – no blatant self promotion on this forum please.

  4. If you’ve already got the content and want to e-enable it…
    … I’d suggest a firm called Kineo based in Brighton (www.kineo.co.uk).

    They specialise in what they call ‘rapid development’ – taking short pieces of knowledge input and turning them into e-learning packages that can be integrated into intranets or downloaded as free-standing courses.

    I mention the existence of content, as what they did for me was take a PowerPoint show and work from there.

    I found them to be easy to work with and capable of creating fun, interactive materials that were easy to use and evaluate.

  5. Rapid E-learning Tools
    Hi Mark!

    If I was still working on the e-learning vendor side of the business, I could well be shot for what I’m about to write (LOL), but if you already have a good amount of material, particularly in PowerPoint slides, then if you’ve not already considered the DIY route, do take a look at some of the great rapid e-learning development tools that are on the market, alongside the quotes you might receive from the custom e-learning developers.

    My own personal favourite tool is Articulate (www.articulate.com) and I’ve used that a lot to take PowerPoint slides and to convert those into audio enhanced e-learning modules. And with its quiz and interactive exercises development add-ons, you can actually include some of the valuable features that ensure the media is used effectively.

    Of course, an e-learning vendor should be able to suggest different treatments for your content and this is particularly appropriate if the content is particularly complex or considerable. And it goes without saying that if you don’t have the internal resources, then looking outside would be a sensible option.

    Or…combine the two as a client of mine once did. They purchased the rapid e-learning development tool and contracted in the services of a developer who used it, working alongside the internal subject matter experts.

    Tim

  6. e-learning supplier
    I have provided some freelance design work to a company called eMedit in the past. They were great to work for and had a fantastic portfolio of delivered projects with some really good design (not just the one I worked on!!) and learner engagement.

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