Elearner Engaged recently designed and developed an online course for our hiring managers entitled, Onboarding Roles, Practices, and Expectations. Anna and Ryan together brought a high level of technical knowledge and expertise to the assignment. The process was very collaborative and supported by useful planning tools. I was impressed with their positive energy, resourcefulness, and commitment in seeing the project through to a successful outcome. True to their name, the company created an engaging 20-minute introductory e-module that was learner-centered and with high production values.”
— John Lussier, Manager,
Staff, Learning and Development,
Red River College
Our Storyline Guru contest submission had learners experience the results of their actions - compelling them to help "Sam". Elearner Engaged made a statement about the power of Storyline, and online engagement.
Vancouver Island Health Authority needed its staff to become familiar with support material for mass casualty compliance. Elearner Engaged introduced job aids to learners while they were making life and death decisions - in a safe online environment.
Elearner Engaged challenged learners of RRC's OnBoarding course with over 25 contextual activities. Making decisions, giving advice, and troubleshooting make it impossible for them to simply click through this day-in-the-life scenario.
The delivery of higher education is evolving. Collaborating with Queen's University Continuing and Distance Studies department Elearner Engaged integrated an interactive syllabus into a new online course.
Elearner Engaged impresses with fresh, funny assertiveness training.
. . . We just love this dynamic duo!”
Leading e-Learning Software Company
I LOVED that demo! It was everything that learning should be. I specifically liked the mix of visuals, text, and audio. It was really engaging, and I found myself wanting to help Sam develop courage!”
— Juliette Swett,
I love it - so creative! Poor guy can't catch a break!! I've seen Articulate in action before, but this is by far the best example I've seen - well done!”
— Karen Ludwig,
E-Learning Training and Documentation Specialist
Your demo is excellent and thought provoking. I like the way you handle the choices within the storyline. ”
— Ken Brown,
Letterkenny Institute of Technology,
EXCELLENT!!!! I love the interactivity!!!!”
— Connie Ledbetter,
Jet Professionals/Jet Aviation
Anna that demo was brilliant! I like how you applied a mix of styles, the text speech overlay was a nice touch. The whole production had a sort of marvel comic book feel to it. I loved it!”
— Andrew Somiah,
Great production . . . informative and entertaining. I love the video inserts; they . . . get the point across without a great deal of text. That's what instructional media should be. Way to go!”
— Leslie Brown,
Nexagen Networks, Inc.
Thanks for sharing such a great example . . . That format has real application to class room teaching and problem solving exercises that could engage students' interest and encourage deeper levels of thought.”
— Matthew Wood,
Director of E-Learning
Camberwell Grammar School
I will be using Captivate but I love what you did with with Articulate! This learning module is relevant, educational, entertaining and engaging. ”
— Tina Pettigrew,
Instructional Design & Technology
Love the demo and we're looking to get into scenario based training at my company (Pharma).”
— Justin Huss, MS ,
I really enjoyed it and frankly felt challenged between my nice self who wants to help everyone and the right moves to extricate myself from Emma's clutches... I really liked the final feedback! It was fun, artistic and kept me laughing!”
— Kathryn Cunningham,
Boot Barn, Inc.
. . . I'm going to share it with a few of my coworkers; not because they are like Emma (not all of them anyway!), but because the answer options and feedback are great, and it's definitely a cool way to make elearning fun. Thanks!”
— Lauren Wheeler,
Action Training Systems, Inc.
That was a fun demo about a fairly common and serious issue. . . I liked the strategy. Good work!”
— Kriti Mishra,
InfoPro Worldwide, Inc.
I really like it. Different format and it really got me engaged.”
— Jesse Kramer,
J.H. Cohn Consulting
That was a fantastic training! Loved the fun design.”
— Leslie Peters,
Desert Bay Productions
Well done! I especially enjoyed how the learner advances the story board.”
— Deborah LaRocque,
Division Training Manager
California Bank & Trust
Nice demo Anna. I am inspired.”
— Phil Brown,
Instructional Designer/Adjunct Professor
This was both effective and hysterical. Looks like you had a lot of fun making it!”
— Mary Verrochi,
. . . interactive and informative while keeping the learner attentive at all times.”
— Niloufer Thomas,
Awesome module. Loved the interactivity.”
— Sanket Pradhan,
Instructional Design Lead
Wow . . . very interactive and I could see active learning happening. The interactivity which you added was thought provoking. I'm sure the learner whoever is reading will get involved in learning process.”
— Pallavi DV,
Brilliant use of Articulate! Definitely gives me some ideas!”
— David Neal,
Sr. E-Learning Instructional Designer/Training Specialist
Argo Turboserve Corporation
That was the best I have ever seen! Great job!! I loved the cartoon feel.”
— Dory L. Morris, MSIT,
Training and Development
Instruction & Adult Learning Professional
Love that demo, Anna! I really like that it is not information heavy, which is what we struggle with explaining to our stakeholders. It creates a fun, interactive learning experience.”
— Zubeida Kudoos,
Learning Design & Technology Advisor
That was fun! I like all the options. And it's so true, how do you handle those annoying bullying co-workers!”
— Marianne Thrift,
TAT Design Group
. . . great blend of text blurbs, video and interactivity. This is what I love, when learning is made fun!”
— Victoria Manville-Karr,
Instructional Designer / E-Learning Specialist
Crisis Prevention Institute
Its really effective and showcases what can be achieved with talent and appropriate tools blend together.”
— Mandaar Painarkar,
We strengthen your training goals. We take inventory during interviews: What are trainees expected to do? How do we prove they can do it?
Content audits transform documents into performance support. If a printable PDF is better suited than clicking through slides, we inform you.
We’ve worked with nurses, electricians, and a range of demographics. Each with a common need: make training online easy to use.
We listen and improve the product collaboratively. A transparent project management style: communicate through Basecamp and listen during prototype reviews.
Your vision won't be diluted. No fancy sales rep’s or owner who outsources. Great service from the people doing the work.
We identify the skills trainees need to gain. Next, we build scenarios where they experience consequences in a practice setting.
Interaction Designer, Co-founder
A web professional since 1999. Start-ups to corporations, Ryan’s career spans graphic design, web development, programming, and project management. Immersed in many disciplines: agile development, typography, html, and more. Introduced to online training by Anna. What opportunities does Ryan see in e-learning? Story, learner experience, “gamefulness” and more.
Instructional Storyteller, Co-founder
Active in training and e-learning for over a decade. Anna held senior instructional design positions at financial and insurance institutions, and e-learning agencies. She’s worked with Sony, Rubbermaid, Michelin, Government of Manitoba, and President's Choice Financial. Provides presentations on facilitating online courses, elearning performance support, and learner-centered design.
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