Avantix Learning

eLearning Design and Development

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Avantix Learning offers elearning design and development using Adobe Captivate, Articulate or Lectora.

Our team of instructional designers and elearning experts are focused on creating a quality, professional elearning experience for your staff.

What’s Included

Our elearning design and development services include:

  • Needs analysis
  • Identification of time and budget constraints
  • Audience analysis
  • Collaboration with subject matter experts
  • Statement of learning objectives
  • Design and development of elearning including a full storyboard
  • Inclusion of adult learning principles and practices to engage learners and enhance learning
  • Inclusion of challenging and relevant assessments
  • Collaboration with client to ensure branding and use of graphics and colours are appropriate
  • Modules are tested on different browsers and at different resolutions
  • Audio and video files are tested and include captions and transcripts
  • Modules are tested against accessibility standards
  • Navigation and links have been tested
  • Regular meetings with clients are scheduled for interim approvals
  • Feedback mechanisms are included
  • Additional print or digital materials are prepared as necessary
  • Evaluation as to whether learning objectives have been met

If you’d like to discuss your elearning design and development needs, contact our staff today.

Revised July 6, 2015.

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