Learning tool that combines e-learning content, virtual classes and traditional presential learning.
Digital language labs:
Sound tracks are now digitized and recorded in standard audio formats (.wav, .mp3, etc). Computers permit the simultaneous use of video and text; learners can record the audio commentary of a film or transcribe its content in writing.
Distance learning thanks to multimedia educational resources. Enables you to implement synchronous learning tools (ex: chatrooms enable teachers/students to communicate simultaneously with each other from a distance) or asynchronous learning tools (forums, e-mails, tutors can reply to learner requests a posteriori).
Industrialization of e-learning tool production:
Corresponds to the procedures and industrial techniques as applied to the specificities of e-learning. The goal is to reduce the amount of time required for the design, production and re-production (updating) processes.
Learning content management system: Learning content design and delivery software.
learning management system platform.
Digital trolley equipped with laptop PCs and a wireless Internet connection (Wi-Fi) that can be easily transported from one class to another.
Face-to-face teacher/student learning. Courses given by teachers in a classroom.
Online learning produced by the transposing traditional content. The most common form is the conversion of a powerpoint into Flash enriched with sounds and quizzes. Rapid learning does not require learning content re-engineering.
Tutoring Resource Centre:
Classroom learning, enabling you to bring together learners of different levels and with different objectives.
Direct learning between teachers and learners that geographically may be located several thousand kilometers apart. The traditional learning tools are replaced with video-conferences, audio-conferences and whiteboards.