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This course was developed for the Air Force Institute of Technology. Originally an instructor-led certification course, the client decided they needed to reach a wider audience and convert this to an eLearning course. Our task was to create a highly interactive, scenario-based course in an online, SCORM compliant format. Subjects such as Benchmarking, Six Sigma, and Lean Processes are addressed and this course is one of the most popular offered by this client.

HTML, Flash, JavaScript, SCORM 1.2

This course conversion project resulted in an engaging, SCORM compliant eLearning course. Our task was to create a user-friendly interface, design all graphics and images, insert all of the SME-provided content, and create interactivity and end of module assessments for our client. This is an active course offered by the Air Force Institute of Technology.

HTML, JavaScript, SCORM 1.2

This is an example of one of three courses developed for the United States Air Force as mid-level training for Logistics Readiness Officers (LRO's). Each course was built entirely in Flash AS3, averaging 750 pages and containing over 1500 exercises, with test banks of 300 questions for each of the end-of-course exams. We designed and developed the interface, all graphics, and coding for these courses.

HTML, Flash, JavaScript, SCORM 1.2

This course was developed for systems engineers, focusing on the role of Configuration Management in the United States Air Force life cycle and acquisitions processes. This was an existing eLearning course that required a complete design overhaul. Our team designed and developed a new interface, created all of the graphics, and recoded the entire course making it more appealing and interactive for students.

HTML, Flash, Captivate, JavaScript, SCORM 1.2

This project involved developing three scenario-based courses, deployed as a series, developed for environmental systems engineers to understand their roles and responsibilities in the United States Air Force acquisition process. Working closely with subject-matter experts, our team designed and developed this curriculum for students to ensure they understand their role in the process and have the capabilities to make certain programs are meeting the mandated Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) requirements.

HTML, Flash, Captivate, JavaScript, SCORM 2004

This website was developed to duplicate the functionality of a site created in Adobe Flash for users of mobile devices. Click the image on the left to visit this site.

HTML-5, jQuery, XML, XSL

This video example is part of a series created to teach law students how to use Lexis Advance software. Each video focuses on a different task law school students need to know and how to use the software to quickly and easily accomplish the tasks. Our team designed the interface for this series, as well as producing and maintaining the videos, recording all of the audio, and integrating each on the LexisNexis Law School YouTube channel.

Video

This example was taken from a course designed for the United States Air Force as part of their new employee curriculum. This course consists of several modules focusing on topics such as Core Competencies, Customs & Courtesies, and Workplace Safety. These courses contain a high level of interactivity, graphics, animation, and video.

HTML, JavaScript

This course was designed and developed for the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. This course was intended to teach employees how to acquire systems and services following a performance-based methodology the Air Force adopted. An eBook was created in Adobe Acrobat to accompany the course materials.

HTML, JavaScript

This project required the design and development of an entire curriculum of materials to teach United States Air Force students how to efficiently report deficiencies in equipment using a new system known as DRIS. Our team created several eLearning courses and an entire suite of videos in an extremely high-level interactive format. All materials utilized a scenario-based approach and real-life examples to ensure users recognize the impact deficiency reporting has on lives, cost, and safety.

HTML, JavaScript

This course was designed and developed for the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. This course was intended to teach employees how to acquire systems and services following a performance-based methodology the Air Force adopted. An eBook was created in Adobe Acrobat to accompany the course materials.

HTML, JavaScript, SCORM 1.2