ENE: [Greek] source (pronounced en-yah)
EÑE: [Spanish] the letter "n" (pronounced EN-yah)
ENE: [Danish] one (pronounced EE-nuh)
Any good LMS offers a source of knowledge. But many eLearning systems make no effort to inspire. ENExENE builds your knowledge base and multiples it by increasing eLearner inspiration to consume that knowledge base.
Someday, AI will power training that will mimic a beloved teacher tutoring the individual student, catering to his or her favored learning style. Until then, the challenge is for eLearning modules to deliver a successful experience across all learning styles.
Whether weaving granular facts and statistics into the learner's neural pathways, or expanding their expertise with new complex concepts, ENExENE eLearning modules are produced to appeal to a wider range of learning styles.
And now, as the Covid/Post-Covid era ushers-in possibly permanent shifts toward work-from-home, home based eLearning will have to be even more inspiring to account for the loss of the captive audience for the eLearner.
MORE VISUALS, BETTER VISUALS
More photographs, animations and video. And better, more on-point. closely identify with. And while it's true that a graphic can boost interest in copy by up to 400 percent, stale, dated clip art can repel, and work against the goal of inspired eLearning.
ECLECTIC, UNPREDICTABLE (SURPRISING) PATCHWORK TO KEEP EYES AND EARS ALERT, AND SYNAPSES FIRING
ENExENE eLearning modules... Back-to-back unlike slides. linear without being too predictable.
Tendency to think of gamers as mainly young. But principles of gaming appeal to all ages. treasure hunt for answers. Using interactive potential of Adobe Captivate to create dialogue; two-way interaction between the quizzes. Scoring, and even rewards, inside the module and inside the LMS.
connecting with eLearners by talking about details. And as those details evolve, update the modules (made more affordable by voice synthesis in Captivate).
PHILOSOPHY: Everybody Feels Good, from Client to SMEs to eLearners
Participation in the eLearning creative process for Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) can be dull and tiresome, or fun and inspiring. We're betting you prefer fun and inspiring. ENExENE Creative Director Jeff Noedel has three decades of experience in serving clients in an agency. He knows how to promptly codify client requirements and expectations, interview SMEs, write clear and compelling copy, and add unexpected creativity to message with visuals and audio.
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