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Is on-line learning all “smoke and mirrors”?

Every type of on-line course is being described as a VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) these days. All too often a VLE is seen as a cheap means of turning out the same old courses. This misses much of the potential value of on-line learning.

The learning communities that we build are composed of real people using the web as a means of connecting, collaborating and learning together.

There’s nothing “virtual” about the learning that flows from our very real learning environments!

We generally base our on-line solutions on the highly acclaimed Moodle course management system which is founded on sound pedagogical principles, to create highly effective and accessible online learning communities.

From a simple single topic course to an integrated suite of programmes with learner grading and automated enrolment, log-in and reporting, anything is possible. The environment can be built to reflect your style and image and to sit so closely alongside your existing website that it will be difficult to see the join.

Whether for developing your own staff or learners or as part of a customer service programme to add value to your offering we can ensure that you get the environment you need and that you can be sure that it is delivering the results you need.

Our Integral on-line site is used by a range of clients. Each page is secure and confidential to the specific client. We use the excellent Moodle platform for most of our provision.


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We developed a digital toolkit for Union Learning Representatives.¬†Interestingly the kits were delivered on “memory sticks” because of the lack of connectivity in many areas where they operate and the ease of dissemination to colleagues.

Through the development phase and beyond, end-users were involved in the process through a Moodle site which encouraged participation, collaboration with colleagues around the country and open feedback.

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