Learning Solutions

Why TAL?
Features of TAL



  • Identifying the goal - The main purpose of the proposed learning material is identified and validated.

  • Understanding the learner profiles - A complete understanding of the learner profiles, including their educational background, their exposure to computer, age becomes critical in designing the course.

  • Present learning methodology - Trying to understand the present learning methodology if any is available at the client’s end will help us in knowing the comfort level of the present methodology.

  • Learning objectives - All the areas/points that the learner is expected to be familiar after taking this learning material are listed out and is seen to it that it is met.

  • Learner environment - Understanding the learner environment, like, whether the course is going to be a blended learning with the participation of the teacher involved or is it going to be a self paced learning are taken care by us.

  • Additional tools and new innovations - We ensure that there are some elements of innovations in every title/topic that we do to hold the interest of the learner, which is critical to make the learning more effective.

  • Source of content - We identify the best available source of content for the desired learning material.

  • Feasibility Analysis - A complete feasibility analysis is done to understand the technical/political problems in getting started with the desired learning material.

  • Interface - The client’s preferences, branding and other usability related issues are taken care in designing the user interface for any of the learning material.

  • Module levels - The learner objectives that were identified in the Diagnose phase is split in to finer module level goals and the modules are designed to meet their objectives.

  • Instructional Design - The most apt Instructional design methodology is decided at this point. The Instructional designing will adhere to the norms of the Technology Assisted Learning practice.

  • Technology framework - A detailed study to understand the technical requirements is done and based on which the technology framework is built.

  • Media creation - Utmost care is taken in developing the media/visual elements, through which the subject is going to be conveyed. It will be ensured that the media focuses only on conveying the intention and will not overplay its role.

  • Integration - All the individual components are then integrated and run on the built technology framework.

  • Pilot - The end product of the design phase will be the Pilot. A pilot is a shorter version of the final product, which is fully functional, with the content covered partly. It is at this stage, you’ll get a complete feel of the final product. Any change in the instructional design strategy or any change in the functionalities are identified in this stage and are incorporated in the pilot. It is only after the complete approval of the pilot, the project moves on to the development phase.

  • Instructional design - Instructional design for the complete proposed project is done and the story board is passed to the QA team and on clearance to the Media team.

  • Media creation - The media element/visual graphics for the compete story board are created based on the approved style guide.

  • Production - All the other individual components of the proposed learning material are developed.

  • Integration - All the media elements, individual ages and other components are integrated.

  • BETA - The BETA version of product is the outcome of the development stage and is sent to QA for a complete review.

  • Incorporations - All the feedbacks, issues and suggestions of the QA report are fixed and incorporated.

  • Release - An error free product is released.
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