Custom eLearning and Advanced Interactions

Learning Games

With learning games, you can ensure that your training is attention-grabbing and memorable, which in turn ensures higher knowledge capture and retention.

Interactive videos

Give your learners a sense of control with interactive videos that make it possible to add multiple outcomes and varying learning paths to your training course.


Timelines are great when it comes to explaining processes, histories, and developments. Let us know if we can help you add a custom timeline to your learning course.

Interactive maps

With interactive maps, your learners can take their time to explore the topics at their own pace and in the order they prefer. This makes them more interested in the training, leading to better training outcomes.

Quizzes and knowledge checks

We can help you design various tests, quizzes, and knowledge checks that provide an accurate representation of the learners' knowledge and abilities.

Other interactive multimedia

If you can think it, we can make it. Nobody knows your learners better than you do. Let us know what interactive materials you would like to see in your courses, we will make sure that we deliver exactly what you are looking for.

Serious Games for Learning

Learning games, when done well, offer the ultimate training experience via engaging online instruction. We’re all familiar with games for pleasure, but might not be comfortable with the idea of games in the workplace or learning environment. Psychologically, the same features that make games so fun can be used to teach and inspire. You’ll find that by using learning games, you have higher completion of learning activities than you have in traditional, static online learning modules. Game features are intensely psychologically enthralling, and they help your learners better understand, retain, and apply their learning in the workplace. Learning games can teach just about any skill, including soft skills such as communications, negotiating, and teamwork, and hard skills such as programming, step-by-step procedures, and safety checks.

Interactive Videos in eLearning

Many organizations are turning to learning videos to replace standard classroom training. One advantage to video is that it’s more cost-effective than sending employees to a classroom. Additionally, material that can be difficult to convey in a classroom can be animated or filmed, such as schematics, architectural plans, or the inner workings of computer systems. Interactive videos help users identify learning areas they should focus on and provide immediate knowledge checks, which helps with retention of learning. Like learning games, interactive videos are great for a variety of soft and hard skills, including leadership, technical, change management, and behavioral training.

Timelines as Learning Resources

Timelines are great for explaining anything that changes over time, such as historical events, biographies, processes, and project development. Interactive timelines are similar to traditional timelines, but involve the user in the learning process. The learner chooses which moments to visit and in what order. When the learner clicks on a time point, the timeline can present text, images, and even videos. Timelines break custom eLearning into small chunks, helping to avoid cognitive overload.

Interactive Maps in eLearning

Like interactive timelines, interactive maps allow learners to explore topics at their own pace and in their preferred order. Interactive maps obviously lend themselves to understanding spatial data. They are also useful for introducing static data that would be dull for a learner to read in a long list. For example, you can use interactive maps to teach your learners about your offices around the world, how to navigate through busy downtown New York traffic, or even where the different departments in your organization are housed and what they do.

Knowledge Checks in eLearning

Knowledge checks are questions dropped into a custom eLearning module to test a learner’s understanding and retention of the materials. The user receives immediate feedback, and sometimes the learning module will branch based on the user’s answer. Knowledge checks are a great way to keep users engaged with written materials or videos, and can also keep learners motivated. A well-designed module gives learners a high chance of correctly answering the knowledge check questions, and this encourages them to continue the learning module.

Quizzes are similar to knowledge checks, but usually contain more questions. They are often given at the end of a learning module to test the learner’s understanding, retention, and ability to apply what he learned. Sometimes quizzes are used at the beginning of a learning module to assess the learner’s preliminary knowledge. These formative assessments are great for helping the user understand why the learning module is important (hey, I thought I knew this but I didn’t!) or for allowing a user to skip a mastered concept (hey, I thought I knew this and I was right!). If you require completion of a training course or award a certificate upon completion, quizzes are an important assessment tool to determine whether the user has met the training requirements.

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