Save development time by rapidly converting training material that exists in some format (PPTs or Word Documents)
Migrate from one tool to another without a hassle
Make Flash/legacy courses responsive and mobile-compatible
Easily update courses; make existing courses instructionally sound
A US-based multinational mass media & entertainment corporation recognized that its code of conduct (COC) training was falling flat among its modern-day workforce. Realizing that a course of action was long overdue, it sought CommLab’s expertise for a rapid conversion of the COC PowerPoint presentations to a fully functional e-learning module.
We proposed a scenario-based instructional design approach, paired with smart interactivities spread throughout the course, using Articulate Storyline. The reason behind opting for a scenario-based approach was to offer diverse real-world situations that teach learners how to handle potential conflicts of interest, and appropriately use company assets and information. It took our developers just 48 hours (roughly translates to 6 days) to convert the 30-page, text-heavy PPT to a fully functional e-leaning course.
A fast growing pharmaceutical company with strong brand equity in multiple therapeutics implemented a new software application – a resource planning tool. This tool was to be used by every employee of the organization, so the challenge was to train all employees located in different parts of the world. The company wanted us to develop the curriculum based on the existing software manuals.
In order to save time and speed up the process, we used the screen recording feature of the rapid authoring tool Articulate Storyline, to record the steps involved in executing each task. Our team developed the simulations in the same tool. These courses were then published to Flash and HTML5 to ensure they would be compatible with both desktops and mobile devices. Our team developed 50 bite-sized, simulation-based e-learning modules in just 3 weeks, and each module was not more than 2-3 minutes long