The generation and collection of content for an e-learning project can be achieved in various different ways. You may already have subject matter experts in mind who are experienced in adapting their material for different platforms. You may decide to work with us on adapting your existing material or create new content using our substantial pool of international healthcare professionals, key opinion leaders, educationalists and medical authors – whichever is best for you.
Development is where all the different elements of the project come together. Typically comprised of content managers, animators, illustrators, video technicians, educationalists and programmers, the development team will use the instructional design blueprints to create learning assets based on the technical parameters of the project. Your learning assets can range from simple diagrams and narrated animations, through to interactive simulated learning environments – and it’s the development teams’ role to put it all together.
Quality assurance and testing
A newly created resource must be thoroughly tested on all platforms, in all internet browsers and inside all relevant operating systems. In addition to this, we ‘stress-test’ to ensure that it is fully integrated with any learning management system with which it is associated. Equally important, all elements of a resource are W3C and European Disabilities Act compliant, supported by stringent data protection and security protocols. From experience we have created our own in houses tests to ensure all projects are carefully tested before going live.