E-Learning Production

What do you think of when you hear the word "e-learning?" The first thing that probably comes to mind is large educational platforms such as Coursera or Udacity. If you’re a little more savvy, you’ll think of webinars and online trainings. Or maybe you associate e-learning with employee education and certification courses.

Regardless, nowadays you can’t think of distance learning without modern technology. Radio, TV, and now the internet have served as the impetus for the popularization of this methodology. Over time distance learning and the e-learning model have shown that you don’t necessarily have to go to a classroom to learn — you can master new material and pass tests without ever leaving your home.

It’s no surprise that interactive courses have quickly penetrated the environment of business — the managers of many companies train their staff via e-learning. In this article we’re going to tell you what e-learning is and how it helps employees learn without leaving their desks.


Creating e-learning courses
from scratch

  • Concept development and design
  • Programming and copywriting
  • Finalization of existing courses (if any)
  • Integration into any learning management system (LMS)
  • Creation of local and cloud-based product versions with remote access
  • Web hosting

Complete localization
of e-learning courses

  • Content translation
  • Adaptation to local markets (trans-creation)
  • Programming
  • Voiceovers
  • Closed captions
  • Subtitles
  • Graphic localization

Learning system
integration & hosting

  • Customizing courses for integration into your system
  • Implementing all existing SCORM formats
  • Reworking existing modules designed for a specific LMS 
  • Hosting of your courses


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