From positive impact on the environment, improved training costs, personal and flexibe learning, nurturing of learners’ community, ongoing availability of resources, or standardisation of messages, the benefits of eLearning are multiple.
Like residential learning and contrary to common assumptions, eLearning can also be interactive, learner-centered, and work related. At the Learning Flow, we view digital technology as an enabler connecting learners with peers and tutors, giving them access to resources, and allowing them to personalise and control their learning experience.
Guided by the Universal Instructional Design principles (Burgstahler, 2007), we will 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 among and between peers, tutors, and administrative services.
Activities and Portofolio
Transition to eLearning
Advising clients in their transition towards eLearning. Clients include UMOJA, Pamela Steels Associate, F3E, University of Rwanda, or Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Police
Designing Moderated eLearning Courses
In collaboration with subject matter experts, developing and moderating eLearning programmes.
Clients include the International Training Center of the ILO, UNESCO, or F3E
Designing Self Study eLearning Courses
Clients include the Agence de Médecine Préventive, l’Agence Nationale pour l’Emploi et le Travail Indépendant de Tunisie, UNIDO, International Training Center of the ILO or the Millenium Compact (Marocco)
Assessing eLearning Courses and Programs
Clients include UNESCO, or Pamela Steel Associates