2020 has been for most a time to explore new practices in the way we work and interact. Those who experienced e-learning may have to come to realise that powerful virtual learning platforms and tools are now available, but also that applying similar methodologies for residential and eLearning courses is usually not fully conducive to learning and that transposing a residential course into an eLearning one demands a thorough adaptation of the course curriculum, activities, assessment practices, etc.

At the Learning Flow, we have experience in (re) designing and developing eLearning courses, short and long, self-learning or facilitated, blended or fully online. We work with Moodle and Articulate 360 to create interactive courses, with the aim to facilitate the acquisition of new knowledge and competencies and to ensure that learners transfer those to their professional context.

Guided by the Universal Instructional Design principles (Burgstahler, 2007), at the Learning Flow, we design and develop eLearning courses that:

  • are equitable and flexible to access;
  • are simple and intuitive to follow;
  • require low technical effort to join and study;
  • promote interaction and communication amongst and between peers, and tutors.