TIMING AND RELEVANT VISUALS

ARE THE KEY TO LEARNING

 

SOLID INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN CAUSES LEARNING

NOT MEDIA OR TECHNOLOGY

 

E-LEARNING CAN WORK

 

E-learning, instructional/visual communication design lecturer and speaker
E-learning, instructional/visual communication design lecturer and speaker
E-learning, instructional/visual communication design lecturer and speaker
E-learning, instructional/visual communication design lecturer and speaker

New & Featured Courses

* NEW COURSE *

Writing for eLearning – Motivational Strategies for online learners

Learn to adapt your writing style to both motivate and support learning online, using strategies that include story, characters, dilemma, humour and more.

Learn internationally-recognised principles for multimedia that prepares learners for important concepts to come, reduce clutter and redundancy, keep the on-screen text close to and relevant to the associated visuals. Learn about segmenting on-screen text for animation and videos to create conceptually meaningful chunks, plus using signalling to present on-screen text with narration. Learn to write texts for online, practice problems and how to write online feedback.

* NEW COURSE *

Adobe InDesign for Education inforgraphics & Animation

 

This course will guide learners to create professional looking, fast and, especially, device agnostic 2D animations and interactions intended for delivery on mobile devices. The focus on the Indesign tools is on Animation and all related workflows to create SWF and HTML5 based assets. Include these assets in ePub book publications, and websites. 

The ability to create simple two-dimensional animations to enhance digital content, is certainly beneficial to anyone involved in conceptualising or producing animated content intended for screen delivery, or creating web applications.

FEATURED COURSE

Leveraging Visuals for online and e-Learning

Effective choice of visuals for learning, types of visuals used in learning, content types, visuals for directing attention, transferral of knowledge, encoding of new knowledge and retrieval, how people engage with media. This workshop includes many online examples, case-studies and research-based evidence.

FEATURED COURSE

Principles of Multimedia Learning

Research and evidence-based principles of Multimedia and eLearning, applied to learning in general (and mobile devices in particular) in order to produce learning materials and instructional interactions that facilitate learning and maintain their original learning objectives.

Workshop includes many online examples, case-studies and research-based evidence.

ENROLLED STUDENTS

AMAZING COURSES

INSTRUCTIONAL EBOOKS

CLIENTS

Testimonials (Instructional Design courses)

Amelia van Reenen, Project Co-ordinator, Learning Resources Post-Schools

“Interesting, useful and well presented as always.”

Joanne Halse, Media Hub Director, Pearson SA

“Superb & hugely relevant.”

Anthea Variend, Head Schools Marketing, Pearson SA

“Interesting, informative and useful.”

John Bennet, Media Producer Lead, Pearson SA

“Great course.”

Richard MacArthur, Technical Support Lead, Media Hub Pearson South Africa

“Full of fun, fascinating examples and references to experts in their field.”

Lisa Le Breton, Media Producer, Media Hub Pearson SA

“Very relevant.”

Cynthia Bezuidenhout Head of Department: Publishing Namibia, South Africa Macmillan Education

“… thank you for the workshops … the Publishers found the training timeous and most relevant to what they are now required to do for digital assets.”

Get in touch for more information on training today.

Feel free to contact me for more information on customised training, consulting, or speaking at events.

Phone +27 (78) 692 9659 | Email eva@alchemy360.co.za or info@alchemy360.co.za