ELEARNING DEVELOPMENT METHODOLOGY
- We create a project management schedule that clearly identify the eLearning development stages, activities, owner, due dates and status.
- We also determine the tasks, deadlines, constraints and parties involved then distribute the project management schedule to all stakeholders to get buy-in and sign off.
Content Gathering and Analysis
Gather existing content, analyze the provided content and determine the content gaps and additional content to be developed.
We then gather the graphics, logos and color scheme requirements from the client.
Our instructional designers determine the instructional goals and performance objectives. Then we determine the instructional strategy, this specifies how the content will be converted into an engaging eLearning course.
Is the elearning going to be a scenario-base learning, game-based learning, story-based learning, with simulations, etc?
Then a design document is created which specifies the content, look and feel and the instructional design elements of the program.
Here the graphic designers layout the content into a design template. They document the content, programming instructions and voice over text for each page.
Designers create the first draft, have the stakeholders review and then incorporate the changes.
Deliver the second draft to stakeholders and get it approved.
Create narration scripts, if applicable, which are handed to the voice over talent that has been approved by the stakeholder.
Development and Production
Create GUI for eLearning project; then get approval from stakeholders of look and feel, navigational elements and placement.
The assets that are needed are determined such as graphics, photos, animations and characters.
Create the assets and have them approved by stakeholders.
Produce, develop and program the course only after approval from clients for final storyboard, voiceover, look and feel and assets.
To assure the product quality, we check the product thoroughly.
We make two deliveries, the alpha delivery, which is tested by the quality team who take out the mistakes, bugs found in it.
Then we deliver the beta delivery, the final delivery, which is tested by the stakeholders.
Integration and Delivery
The course is then integrated into an existing learning management system (LMS) or an external server.
Internal eLearning Marketing
We help l&d department to internally market the e-learning courses via newsletters, emails and mailers.