Online Course Lessons We Offer 2017-07-07T22:14:50+00:00

Done-for-you customized online course lessons that make complex learning intuitive and enjoyable.

Be so good they can’t ignore you. ~ Steve Martin ~

Capturing students’ attention directly impacts their knowledge retention. That means it is imperative to use a variety of multimedia lessons like video, audio, audio, slides, animations, illustrations, and so on.

A useful engaging course depends on 2 factors – 1) visual appeal, clarity and correctness, and 2) level of interactivity with learners.

We can serve better if your course content is already structured for eLearning lessons and has well-explained learning objectives and is supported by clear layout instructions.

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Be so good they can’t ignore you. ~ Steve Martin ~

Capturing students’ attention directly impacts their knowledge retention. That means it is imperative to use a variety of eLearning resources like video, audio, slides, animations, illustrations, and so on.

A useful engaging course depends on 2 factors – 1) visual appeal, clarity and correctness, and 2) level of interactivity with learners.

We can serve better if your course content is already structured for eLearning lessons and has well-explained learning objectives and is supported by clear layout instructions.

» Need LMS & eCommerce? Click here for that.

Well-defined plans and objectives will make your course unique.
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Enrich your students’ learning experience with the right kind of multimedia lessons, their quality, and by adding interactive components to them.

Not all courses need the same lesson types. Thus, while courses on cookery and fitness are good with demonstrative videos, management courses will do well with slideshows, games, and podcasts. A specialized course on Chemistry or Math will be decidedly different from the above.

It is a good idea to take the help of a qualified instructional designer who can ensure that the learning objectives of your online course are attained in an engaging and purposeful manner.

Depending on your needs, we use various popular authoring tools for online courses. Below, watch some popular examples of simple eLearning lessons we create.

Sleek slideshows with embedded hyperlinks

Slideshows are popular as online course lessons because they easily draw viewer’s attention to it. Also, they explain things in a small space without the viewer requiring to shift attention elsewhere.

The slideshow on the right deals on the subject of online teaching and is done in LinkedIn Slideshare. Check out the embedded hyperlinks in some of the slides.

One may say the slideshow is visually attractive, that’s because of intelligent use of space, color, and fonts.

Expect similar slideshows for your eLearning lessons when you order our service.

Sleek slideshows with embedded hyperlinks

Slideshows are popular as online course lessons because they easily draw viewer’s attention to it. Also, they explain things in a small space without the viewer requiring to shift attention elsewhere.

The slideshow on the right deals on the subject of online teaching and is done in LinkedIn Slideshare. Check out the embedded hyperlinks in some of the slides.

One may say the slideshow is visually attractive, that’s because of intelligent use of space, color, and fonts.

Expect similar slideshows for your eLearning lessons when you order our service.

Educative videos using PowerPoint

PowerPoint, as we know, is a great tool to create presentations. However, like many online course developers, we extensively use it to create illustrative and educative videos for eLearning lessons.

The first step is of course to create animated auto-transiting slides, they are then converted into MP4 video. The final step is to edit that video with voiceover and other enhancements.

The video on the right explains functioning of a search engine. Here is another example of a tutorial video in PowerPoint.

HTML5 slider with any contents

This is another example of a slider but with a difference. In this slider, you can insert any content — text, image, video, audio, another slider, anything.

What’s the advantage?

Well, as evident, an entire eLearning lesson can be accommodated in the slider. Students can read the texts, watch a video or another slider, listen to audio, and complete the learning at one place.

In the example shown here, you can watch the video in the second slide.

This is a great help since the student doesn’t need to shift focus while learning the online course lesson.

The slider can be manual or automated, hover the mouse bottom right to find the controls.

HTML5 slider with any contents

This is another example of a slider but with a difference. In this slider, you can insert any content — text, image, video, audio, another slider, anything.

What’s the advantage?

Well, as evident, an entire eLearning lesson can be accommodated in the slider. Students can read the texts, watch a video or another slider, listen to audio, and complete the learning at one place.

In the example shown here, you can watch the video in the second slide.

This is a great help since the student doesn’t need to shift focus while learning the online course lesson.

The slider can be manual or automated, hover the mouse bottom right to find the controls.

GIF screencast illustrating action steps

More often than not, you’ll need to explain ‘procedures’ in several steps. Normally, that requires you to write them down in easy-to-understand statements so that the students can rightly follow them.

Instead, going by the adage, a picture speaks a thousand words, you can create an animated illustration that makes online learning fun, at the same time leaving no scope to NOT understand the lesson.

We prefer animated illustrations like this and strongly suggest to use them in your eLearning course lessons to make learning easy for your students.

Screencast video for on-screen explaining

One of the popular techniques for online eLearning lessons is creating a screencast video. In fact, in the initial days of online learning, screencast video was the most commonly used medium for video lessons.

There are certain golden rules that make a good screencast video including 1) controlling cursor movement to a minimum, and 2) resizing recording window to the exact pre-defined size.

The example here shows creating quote photos in minutes with a free online tool. Check out more screencast videos here and here.

Screencast video for on-screen explaining

One of the popular techniques for online eLearning lessons is creating a screencast video. In fact, in the initial days of online learning, screencast video was the most commonly used medium for video lessons.

There are certain golden rules that make a good screencast video including 1) controlling cursor movement to a minimum, and 2) resizing recording window to the exact pre-defined size.

The example here shows creating quote photos in minutes with a free online tool. Check out more screencast videos here and here.

Marketing video with various tools

A simple marketing video can be made to work as an online course opener that gives the viewer a quick idea of what she can expect in the eLearning course.

Besides, marketing videos with some creative text animations are very good alternatives for whiteboard animated videos. An example of animated text video is here, and another one can be viewed here.

The example here shows a real estate parallax video for the purpose of marketing.

The most versatile & wide-ranging solutions for your eLearning lessons.

Smart educators, coaches, and trainers love the eLearning lessons we create for them, and you will too!
We are committed to providing you top-class online course solutions at less cost.

Cost of creating an eLearning lesson starts at $249.

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