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Effective eLearning provides students the ability to interact with, explore, and apply concepts to real-world situations. Passive "page-turner" courses where learners simply click the "next" button to read through a series of pages followed by a brief quiz may provide learners with new knowledge, but lack the application, practice, and feedback necessary to translate into behavior change. DDL OMNI-developed training teaches new behavior – how to do something, not just know something.

DDL OMNI eLearning courses engage learners and provide problem- or task-based activities that make the content applicable to real life situations. Learners are challenged by, and interact with, course material through learning activities that allow them to make decisions and solve problems the same way they will in the real world.

With expertise in education, instructional design, software development, multimedia development, and quality assurance, our eLearning team has the wealth of skills necessary to successfully fulfill any eLearning project. We employ a wide range of strategies and activities to create effective behavior-influencing training, including―

  • Animated demonstrations
  • Tutorials
  • Case studies
  • Scenario-based questions
  • Branching stories
  • Computer simulations
  • Problem-solving interactions

Our course development process is closely tied to our eLearning philosophy. We follow a rigorous development process to implement the ADDIE instructional design methodology that includes full-cycle analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. Our eLearning courses can be developed to integrate into a suitable Learning Management System (LMS) or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) that provides curriculum and learner data management; automated testing, certificate, and transcript generation; and collaborative learning features (wiki, blogs, RSS, and 3-D virtual learning spaces). Additionally, courseware developed by DDL OMNI meets Section 508 Accessibility standards and can be developed to conform to Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) standards.