You may have read my previous blog on the Revalidation process in the UK for HCPs, which was titled: "eLearning – Revalidation for HCPs". This blog post is an expansion on that one in terms of implementing a strategy to collate, process and report CME/CPD points for HCPs using an eLearning portal built around a … Continue reading CME/CPD Points Management for HCPs
Continuing on my theme of LMS Implementation Strategy, the next phase to be considered is the testing aspect of your newly deployed LMS. The success of any new system roll-out relies on testing to iron out technical issues and possible end user irritations. This means putting a robust test plan in place and starting your testing … Continue reading LMS Implementation Strategy tip: Testing makes perfect!
Continuing on from my previous posts regarding LMS Implementation tips, the next step in formulating your strategy is to decide on the type of eLearning content you will need to meet your training goals. If the LMS that you have is SCORM, AICC or xAPI compliant, then the LMS itself will not be worried about where … Continue reading LMS Implementation Strategy tip: decide on the type of eLearning content you will need
I wanted to expand on my previous blog post on localisation, "Localisation of eLearning Content". This blog is more focused on the challenges faced on an eLearning project when localisation, specifically with regards to translation and the use of machine translations, is used. When developing eLearning content where the audience is global it is worth … Continue reading Localisation Challenges in an eLearning project
User experience (UX) is a person's entire experience using a particular product, system or service. it includes a person’s perceptions of system aspects such as utility, ease of use and efficiency. User experience may be considered subjective in nature to the degree that it is about individual perception and thought with respect to the system. User … Continue reading 6 tips to improve UX Design for eLearning
The testing process helps ensure that your clients get a reliable product that is bug free and operating to requirements/design
Localisation Vs Translation If you have been following my blogs then you would have seen (and hopefully read) one of my last posts that showed that using a template based solution has numerous benefits. One of these key benefits is that a template based solution also allows for a faster and more efficient localisation process for content. Note … Continue reading Localisation of eLearning Content