| Our eLearningProcess
Webnergies' eLearning Process is a functional combination of people, methods and tools. Our eLearning team features skilled individuals with a broad range of eLearning design, programming and usability experience.
We combine the conventional Instructional Systems Design Process (i.e. analysis, design, development, verification) with fast prototyping techniques. The value of this approach is that we are able to view the final course output at any point in the process. As a result, our clients can visualize the final product since the early stages of development, so that they can identify and resolve potential problems in structure, layout, learning or interaction. This will also simplify the reviewing process for Subject Matter Experts.
In this Analysis phase, we work with you to identify the financial, time and technology constraints and to determine the learning needs or requirements of the project, such as expected ROI, success metrics, pre-existing platforms, SCORM compliancy, course delivery methods, etc. In addition to these constraints, we also work with you to develop the learning objectives for the course by identifying who your learners are, what they need to learn and how they want to learn it.
In the Design phase, we outline the course using an iterative storyboarding technique. In the initial phase, we develop a high-level storyboard outline that describes the lessons. In each successive pass, more detail is added to the storyboard fleshing out the text, graphics and interactions for the course. As a result, clients can review and modify course appearance, navigation and interactivity at any point in the design process.
In the Implementation phase, we bring together a team of multimedia experts to bring your course to life! These skills include illustration, animation, video production, graphic design, interaction design, web design and development, multimedia programming, writing and editing, voice talent, and language translation.
In the Verification phase, we test your course. Internal quality assurance verification is used to identify and correct minor problems (e.g. incorrect links, typos, etc). Pilot usability tests are used to identify and resolve any potential learning or usability problems.