Elearning inspiration: Curtin University, Delphi, Keith Freeman

Let’s look at four inspiring examples of elearning. Don’t miss the chance of learning a thing or two from these organizations.

 

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Curtin University: The Virtual Home Visit

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Why we like it:

  • Good example of a VR program for learning and development available as a fully interactive demo.
  • VR mask ready e.g. Oculus.
  • Works on any smartphone, tablet or computer (you don’t have to have a Rift headset to have a go with it).
  • Scales on all devices, and as you’d expect, you can pan around 360 degrees in the house and garden to assess risks to your client from falls and accidents.
  • ‘Ambient’ (background sound) and ‘voice’ audio available with settings for each, so you can switch off the background sounds without interrupting the conversations.
  • Scenario driven with decision objects for users to select response which drives the scenario.
  • Uses gaming features to help users progress through the scenarios e.g. users progress through the conversations, they discover more about their client and ‘earn’ knowledge points.

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Delphi: Training that teaches counter staff how to sell Delphi fuel pumps

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Why we like it:

  • Good example of customer product training.
  • Simple learning design allows user control for exploring in depth or simply getting the basics and then take a test to see how much they’ve learned.
  • Good example of rapid elearning – you can build multiple modules quickly re-using themes and templates.
  • Works across platforms and devices.
  • Good use of video and audio.

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Delphi: Training for technicians and DIY’s

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Why we like it:

  • Good example of customer product training.
  • Takes you through troubleshooting as well as product training.
  • Uses audio narrative.
  • Simple learning design allow user control for exploring in depth or simply getting the basics and then take a test to see how much they’ve learned.
  • Simple branching lets users explore different scenarios.
  • Good example of rapid elearning – you can build this module in a couple of hours and have it out to your audience before lunch.
  • Works across platforms and devices, so users can access it on phones and mobiles whilst they are working with the product.

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Keith Freeman: Using stories to make a point (built with Prezi)

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Why we like it:

  • Good example of using Prezi for elearning.
  • Demonstrates how stories can be used for getting a message across and demonstrating points.
  • Nice use of sketched images and handwritten style fonts.
  • The Prezi transitions work really well for this kind of narrative, panning in on key points and highlighting specifics.
  • Works well on a range of devices.

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Steve Penfold

Steve Penfold

Steve Penfold is Customer Success Director at Elucidat. He helps large companies and training providers speed up and simplify their elearning authorin
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