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E-learning is set to be the next big revolution in the knowledge industry. E-learning is the future per se.

Development of e-learning modules requires dealing with SME (Subject Matter Expertise) and ID (Instructional Designers) to guide the development of the tutorial and develop learning material that meets specific training needs. It is too easy to be enamored with the “technology” portion of technology based training at the expense of proper design and learning outcomes. For us “information is not instruction” and we strive to attain the 3 P’s which are the keys to learning:

  • Provide structured knowledge.
  •  Provide practice.
  •  Provide guidance.

An e-learning course can provide satisfactory experience only if the contents are easily understandable, presentable and less complex wherein the learner’s mind is exercised to think, analyze and synthesize. We at Amex believe that the course should be so designed to grab attention, be of relevance, instill confidence and work out to your overall satisfaction.

Amex has professional IDs with the expertise of creating detailed specifications for the development, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of situations that facilitate the learning of both large and small units of subject matter at all levels of complexity. Our IDs will talk to your Project Manager and SME; understand your requirements and then co-ordinate with our multimedia experts to;

  • Design engaging and effective training materials for instructors and participants.
  •  Develop CBT (Computer Based Tutorial), WBT (Web Based Tutorial), or a blend of both.
  •  Create on-line courseware.
  •  Facilitate conversion of classroom training to e-learning.
  •  Facilitate revision of existing training programs.
  •  Devise Project plans, summaries and timelines.
  •  Facilitate design and development of Instructor-led facilitator guides, student workbooks; self paced tutorials, e-learning content, technical writing, user manuals and technical guides, presentations in Power Point or Macromedia.

In short a suitable, cost effective e-learning module as per SCORM (Shareable Content Object Reference Model) standards.

In today’s world, e-learning modules are required by all the companies be it a small company distributing manuals to a Distant Learning University.

Someone has rightly said that “while technology will always change, the way adults learn will not” and it is our firm belief that “Learning is but an adjunct to oneself.”