Interactive Multimedia production

 

e-learning provides one of the most exciting forms of interactive multi-media or blended learning experiences available today.

The benefits can be enormous both to the learning provider and the student:

 

Pre-course assessments:

 

On line tests or CD delivered question banks to pre determine student knowledge levels.

Revision:

Packages can be created that are tutor led or stand alone.

Refreshment & Non–linear learning:

Courseware is delivered in a non-linear format to allow students or tutors to “cherry pick” those elements that need to be covered

Assessment:

Utilising bespoke Learning Management Systems (LMS) individual learning can be monitored and collated for debrief purposes.

Availability:

Utilising virtual photographic techniques, new or heavily committed equipment can be presented to learners for identification, procedural training or orientation whenever availability is an issue.

Accessibility:

As above, confined spaces make it impractical for large groups of students to have sufficient time in equipments or installations.

Simulation:

Although I would be unable to compete with industry standard simulation packages, I can produces simulation, emulation or computer based trainers – depending on the subject matter. The benefit of this is that these trainers would not be reliant on hardware or geographical installations.

Delivery:

The method of production that I utilise can be delivered in any or all the following modes: Internet, intranet, CD, DVD or portable storage delivery.

 

 

Pete Smithies Media