E-learning is an ideal choice for organizations looking for a cost-effective training solution that can be delivered to trainees in various locations and in a format that appeals to today’s wired generation.
A key factor in learning effectiveness and retention is the extent of engagement achieved during the learning process. With the days of dull and static text-based programs in E-learning’s early phases long gone, modern programs have become highly interactive and fully engaging, with multimedia forming an integral part of the experience. They are particularly effective in today’s highly communicative and visual world and caters to increasingly short attention spans.
MENTOR’s E-learning programs incorporate infographics, audio, video, animation and gamification, and deliver the required learning with impact, by stimulating thinking, enhancing learning effectiveness and introducing an interactive and fun element to the learning process.
Infographics — which are bits of information presented in a graphic format - are a compelling tool in an age of information overload. They make it easier for learners to understand and recall training content because they display learning material in a concise visual format and can make complex or dull material simpler and more appealing.
Gamification in learning applies game design techniques to E-learning programs, engaging and motivating learners by rewarding users who accomplish desired tasks. Our learning games create an informal learning environment that allows users to deal with realistic work situations and challenges and learn through trial and error, without any real repercussions.
Training videos are an engaging medium useful for communicating learning concepts that require visual representation, a more personal tone or dynamic format. They can also be used as a peer-to-peer learning tool for certain employees to share knowledge and experience with colleagues. Through our script/content development and production services in live action and animation, we help you create videos that deliver learning with high impact.
The social revolution of the last decade has played a key role in shaping workplace learning today. The prolific use of social media is the main driving force behind the new concept of Social Learning, which integrates social features into workplace learning through a learning management system environment (read about our learning management system).
Allowing users to share, vote, follow and answer questions, these features are designed to create a continuously engaged learning community with employees that have a positive attitude towards learning and actively share knowledge and experience in real time.