Digital Solutions

Adobe Captivate
Website page in LMS
Scenario in Virtual Reality

 

Choosing your solution

Courseware delivery

First step is to decide on how you want the course to be delivered to your audience/s. Delivery can be simple – an item on a desktop or via web pages on a website.

Question to answer is ‘Do I need a Learning Management System?’

If you require course administration, then a Learning Management System is used to deliver the course. This system administers such items as grades, enrolments, participation levels, tutor activity, archiving courses, delivery scheduling etc.

Learning Management System (LMS) options are: 

  • your existing in-house LMS
  • licensing one from the many systems and providers on the market eg MOODLE
  • working with Reality Learning’s choice of a simple Wordpress LMS that supports our content and delivery requirements.
Courseware design and build

Once delivery platform is decided, different tools to build the course are selected. These then impact on the learning and course design.

Options offered include desktop solutions of Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate, or we build directly onto a LMS or other website.

Future Safe

Reality Learning is committed to your investment having a long shelf-life.  We create digital media that can be multi-purposed into other communication and marketing channels, or other face to face or online training.

We collaborate with other entrepreneurs and designers in emerging technology solutions.

Mobile apps are another way in which we seek to deliver training through.  In 2016 , we assisted ‘Teazle’ an e-learning app, with design and navigation.

Virtual Reality (VR) is currently an expertise we are developing as the VR experience and development is in-line to our current learning design and development. We will continue to work with VR and AR(augmented reality) developers to enable clients to be disruption- ready as these future-looking technologies are adopted by the mainstream.

Other digital solutions that RL has previously worked with in online communication are.

  • ‘Geofence’ design. A location and self-guide mobile app for people with mild cognitive impairment seeking greater agency and independence in community. A digital solution to enable greater freedom in moving away from one’s guardian or outside of the home.  Designed by Dr Greg Hooper and submitted to Google Challenge, 2016.
  • OCco’  A QUT Australian Research Council grant, in  partnership with Kids Helpline Australia, was a world-first youth online counselling program using visual communication tools designed, 2005.