Hyderabad, India – March 31, 2014 – E-learning has evolved into a powerful training option among the corporate sector. And like any other field, the eLearning domain has its own jargon. Stakeholders and training professionals who are involved in eLearning development need to fully understand the industry terminology. Beyond knowing the meaning of the words, professionals should also know the context with respect to why and where they are used, without missing out on the business benefits that this deep knowledge can bring.
However, there is no source on the Web that can comprehensively explain all the words and terms used in eLearning. CommLab India intends to fill this void by creating and launching an “online dictionary of eLearning” gleaned from their 14 years of experience in providing eLearning services.
This dictionary will give the meaning of words used in the eLearning context in addition to its:
It will be launched on May 15th 2014 and will be made available to users in TWO formats-eBook and App.
Speaking about the Dictionary Launch, Dr. Ayesha Habeeb Omer – COO, CommLab India says, “Many times, though Stakeholders and Training managers don’t get into eLearning course development, they need to be fully aware of the terminology used in the industry used. This gives them the opportunity to communicate better with their eLearning developers or outsourcing partners. This will more likely help them to get the output they have visualized”.
“We are too excited about the launch of the dictionary and we hope that this would help learning and training professionals familiarize themselves with eLearning industry terminology“. Added Dr. Ayesha
Stakeholders, training and eLearning managers new to the field of eLearning may benefit immensely from this resource. Registrations are complimentary and those who wish to book a copy can do so by visiting
CommLab India LLP is a leading eLearning services company with expertise in developing interactive online learning courses. It has worked with both mid-size organizations and independent divisions of large organizations to train their workforce since 2000. It has rapidly grown since then and has a team of 120+ eLearning professionals catering to the needs of its customers in US, Canada, UK, Australia, Europe and India. It’s services include rapid and custom eLearning development, conversion of legacy courses into mobile compatible HTML5 format, translation of courses and Plug-n-Play LMS installations.
Visit: www.commlabindia.com for more information.