Tap Into the Power of eLearning

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eLearning continues to gain traction in the world of digital media. Corporations, non-profits and learning institutions  are starting to tap into the power of interactive multimedia presentations. We recently finished a set of training modules for Higher—a non-profit organization that helps refugees prepare for and find employment in the United States. Click the links below to see the modules.

Workplace Culture Part 1

Workplace Culture Part 2

We used the program Adobe Captivate to build the module, while using Photoshop and Illustrator to create the design elements.

Captivate is a highly versatile program. Here are just a few of the things it can be used for:

  • Self-guided training modules including quizzes, voiceovers, interactive activities, videos, in-course web browsing, ability to engage learners through social media, and more
  • Software simulation
  • eBooks
  • Video demos
  • Mobile learning
  • HTML Characters
  • Interactive games and quizzes

Maximizing technology to create engaging eLearning modules has several advantages. It reduces costs for organizations who are looking to streamline their workforce training methods. It produces better results with participants having increased levels of retention and understanding of the subject matter. eLearning modules also allows organizations the ability to maintain a consistent message.
 

Creating an Integrated Campaign

Blog Entry 3.6 [ print | web | video | illustration ]

We had the privilege of working on a very important educational campaign this year for Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services (LIRS) to bring awareness about human trafficking. We started by developing a logo and brand identity for the campaign.

LIRS has done a terrific job of incorporating the campaign into a variety of mediums and materials throughout the year to build awareness about the growing travesty of human trafficking. From the logo design, web banners, educational materials, moving video testimonial, and an interactive e-learning tool, Freedom House was able to effectively incorporate the campaign into a variety of mediums.

Check out the sampling of our work – especially the moving testimonial from a young woman that escaped the horrors of trafficking and the interactive e-learning presentation. We were shocked to learn that human trafficking is a $32 billion/year criminal industry – it is more far reaching than most realize.