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Apart from our recent projects detailed on the right, some of the clients we have worked for are:
... and many more.
We use elements such as Graphic Design, Animation and Interactivity to convert paper based materials into engaging multi-media systems that increase the value of your materials for distribution on CD-Rom or the Internet.
Our range of clients have covered the length and breadth of the UK and also included some European countries and Hong Kong too! Over 100 courses have been adapted for the Intranet, Internet and CD-ROM. Details of some of the more recent ones are:
South Glasgow University Hospitals NHS Trust & Nutricia Clinical Care
We have recently completed "Nutritional Screening is a 'MUST', developed for online or offline use. It has interactivity, quizzes, illustrations, charts, animations and many interactive flash elements to engage the user while demonstrating the key concepts involved when diagnosing malnutrition.
Both partners are delighted with the finished result and we are confident of 'word of mouth' recommendations.
We have developed a system of elearning materials for Aberdeen College, comprising of Intermediate 1 level courses in Numeracy, IT, Sociology, Psychology, First Aid, Local Investigations and Problem Solving.
The courses support multiple users and feature Interactive Assessments, Automated Marking Schemes and sophisticated Flash Animation, whilst remaining flexible and portable enough to be deployed on a CD Rom, Web Server or Learning Management System.
The project was completed within a tight schedule to comply with European Social Fund Support.
We have also worked with Learning Management Systems like Microsoft Class Server, WebCT and BlackBoard.
If you have a paper based resource or documents that you would like converting into an e-Learning resource that operates inside a web browser, then please contact us.
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