Digital content comes in many forms, from web sites to videos, podcasts and interactive learning materials. Onlignment can help you to exploit the full benefits digital content, regardless of its form or purpose.
Here are just some of the ways we can help:
We can assist you in:
- assessing the potential for your organisation to enhance its learning and communications through the use of digital content in all its forms;
- selecting authoring tools and content management systems;
- establishing templates and style guidelines;
- building content creation skills.
Contact us to discuss our consultancy services
If you have major, long-term requirements for external e-content development, we can assist you in finding appropriate partners and/or building internal capacity. However, with our many highly-specialist associates, we are in a position to undertake smaller content development projects, perhaps as exemplars to act as templates for future work, or where you require truly world-class design thinking for a very specialist or leading-edge project. As an alternative, we can work alongside your chosen content developer as design consultants.
Contact us to discuss our design services
Online or blended workshop: Designing digital learning content
This workshop is designed for any learning and development professional or subject specialist who has (or will have) a responsibility for designing and developing digital content for learning. The course can be fashioned around the needs of beginners or more experienced specialists.
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Free ebook: Media chemistry – exploring the elements of online communication
All online communication, whether that’s published content, live online events or social media, make use of the same key media elements: text, audio, images, animation and video. The online communicator needs to know when to use each of these elements, how to do so effectively within the particular constraints associated with working online, and how best to combine media elements to achieve their communications objectives. We’ve prepared this resource to shed some light on these issues and to encourage more rewarding online communication for all involved.
Book / ebook: Digital learning content – a designer’s guide
This guide is for anyone with an interest in helping others to learn. You may be a teacher, trainer, lecturer or coach. You may be a subject expert with knowledge you want to share or an experienced practitioner who wants to pass on their tips. You may already be a creator of learning content, looking to update their skills. Whatever your interest, this 220-page guide will help you to design learning materials that really make a difference.
The Learning Object Design Assistant (LODA)
LODA is a reference tool for designers and writers of online learning and performance support materials, to help them select the right strategy to meet their particular objectives. LODA collects together the hard-won experience and practical insights of some of the world’s most successful learning and information designers and structures them in an easy-to-use format that you can be using in minutes. LODA won’t write your content, but it will certainly ensure that you know how.
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The 60-minute masters
The goal of the 60-minute masters project, which commenced in 2007, was to develop a curriculum to train subject-matter experts in the design of rapid e-learning materials for use in the workplace.
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