CiNet has developed thousands of eLearning multimedia courses for multiple industries. Utilizing its extensive library of in-house audio, video, interactive training content, multimedia production and knowledge base, CiNet can furnish end-to-end eLearning content for its customers. With its highly competitive pricing structure, CiNet can customize any eLearning environment to fit your needs. By providing rich media content that is user friendly, CiNet's state-of-the-art eLearning environment is considered to be at the cutting edge in the industry while maintaining user compatibility for almost any system.
- Interactive Flash-Based Enviornment
- AICC & SCORM Compliant
- Interactive Video, Audio, Multimedia Production
- Testing and Assessment Development
- Quality Testing
- Instructional Design
- Customizable Training Series
- Performance Measurements
- Assess Relevant Characteristics of Learners
- Performance Objectives
- Interactive Quizzes
- Analyzing Needs: Potential content topics are identified based on needs assessment data provided by past and potential participants, literature reviews, subject matter expert (SME) recommendations, research and new trends.
- Designing (Planning): A national search is conducted for an appropriate subject matter expert (SME) to provide content related to the topic.
- Developing: During development, care is taken to ensure thoroughness of content, content/objective congruency, content/test materials congruency, logical sequencing and integrated delivery of eLearning objectives throughout the activity to promote a positive eLearning experience.
- Implementing: During implementation, the plan is put into action. Each component of the activity is produced and quality checked prior to release to the intended audience.
- Evaluating: Evaluation consists of formative evaluations conducted at each stage of the content development process and a summative evaluation designed for criterion-related referenced items providing opportunities for feedback from the users.
- Analyzing: The data collected is analyzed to determine if the desired outcomes for the activity were met. For maximum efficacy, the content must support what has been identified as needs and gaps for the audiences being served.
First, a self-check on acquired eLearning is used. These checks were initially used within the online activities as a way for eLearners to check on their progress without capturing or reporting the data. eLearners can then review information with which they are not comfortable.
The second assessment is a post-test that accompanies each course. The testing processes use such methods as: fill-in-the blank, completion assessments, multiple-choice and true-false. The post-test questions are mapped back to the learning objectives and rationales are provided. The post-test engages the participant by creating a situation whereby the knowledge gained in the CE activity is used to correctly respond to the questions.