It has been observed through Brainvisa's research that one of the gravest challenges faced in the use of Rapid eLearning methodologies is control over the look and feel of the course output. Instructional Designers, Subject Matter Experts and Graphic Artists the world over have expressed their need for flexibility in design with templates that various tools provide. Also, large corporations and even Educational Institutions need to adhere to their brand guideline while creating eLearning.
Brainvisa's RapideL Discover allows Subject Matter Experts and Instructional Designers to create eLearning rapidly, using the easy and familiar Microsoft Word as the authoring interface. The tool has a set of pre defined templates which ensure instructional soundness of the course output while also providing flexibility in design. RapideL Discover enables users to change the look of a learning screen by allowing them to create custom backgrounds or wallpapers. This feature can be applied to every learning screen which allows a variety in terms of colors, textures and other graphical elements. This enables complete control on the look of the course output. With this feature, users can now create courses which are radically different in the way the look. Along with this, the player of the course too can be designed as per ones need. Users can also add a logo to the player to brand the courses.
"Being eLearning creators ourselves, we understand the requirements of the community and we continue to strive to overcome every challenge. Our experience and research have clearly outlined eLearning output design as a major factor why the community refrains from rapid eLearning tools. Our objective is to provide users with the flexibility in graphical design and, at the same time provide templates for a truly rapid experience.", says Regy Pillai, Product Manager, RapideL.
RapideL, the Rapid eLearning suite developed by Brainvisa consists of two products, namely RapideL Enhance3.1 and RapideL Discover 1.0. The RapideL technology enables Instructional Designers and SMEs to author content in the basic MS-Word authoring interface and create engaging eLearning courses in Flash. Brainvisa's RapideL is also enabled with support for language localization and supports up to 22 languages. It supports European and Asian languages. Hence, it is possible to create multilingual versions of the same course using RapideL. RapideL supports languages like German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese and many more. While Enhance 3.1 promises to help one develop engaging eLearning courses in quick time, Discover 1.0 is a great tool to create non-linear, branched courses. Using Discover 1.0, one can now create scenario-based, conversational type Adaptive learning, within no time!
Based out of US, UK, Australia and India, Brainvisa is one of the fastest growing learning solutions companies. Incorporated in 2000, it has been consistently growing at a rate of over 100% and today is a 400+ people company with two state-of-the-art development centers in India. Brainvisa offers end-to-end blended learning solutions which includes Consulting & Training Needs Analysis, Design and Development, Deployment and Maintenance. Brainvisa has helped Fortune 1000 clients to achieve competitive advantage through increased sales, improved productivity, reduced time to market, improved employee retention and reduced training time. Brainvisa's team consists of professionals in the fields of learning consulting, HR consulting, instructional design, graphic design, and multimedia programming. This well honed team has developed over 15000 hours of eLearning, over 1500 hours of ILT and over 300 calendar days of blended learning for the clientele spread across US, Europe, and the Asia Pacific region. Brainvisa's Technology solutions helps their clients centrally manage the Human Capital performance, track current competency levels, gaps thereby reduce gaps and enhance productivity. The company has to its credit, accolades won from Brandon Hall for its solutions. Kineo, a UK based eLearning consultancy and research firm recently evaluated Brainvisa's RapideL as a part of their latest research on rapid eLearning tools.