We were one of the first pioneers in the Arab World to start project eLearning in 2004, under project name "Arab American eUniversity System", a joint project with American Universities and accreditation body in the United States of America.
To narrow the gap between higher education and the millennial generation, we started a series of training programs for educators on eLearning teaching methods and standards for accreditation to develop their curriculum.
To run a successful eLearning class, there is a lot more to it than the platform being used, or the guess work of conventional instructors to run the eClass that may end up being conducted in the same old teaching methods.
eLearning is not just about the science to build the eClass, but also the art of getting students engaged, attached and hooked to fun learning, just as they are to social media; this is the experience we have cultivated over the years with eLearning.
We have developed and delivered proven methodologies and know-how in this field worldwide that will bring education the necessary professional help to start running an eLearning Class successfully.
Our advanced eLearning model will help educators and institutions develop and deliver online courses to be conducted much like on-ground courses; they are classroom oriented - although conducted in a virtual classroom.
Modern education through our eLearning model, is based on conversational methodologies; the way millennials think and act is much different than those of the instructors.
How else can we help you?
View testimonials of our deigned and built eLearning workshops, to see for yourself the impact we create on students who enjoyed their learning experience through our fun, entertaining and exciting designed platform.
We can create the same eLearning exciting experience for your students; this is how we build eLearning.
This 3-week online facilitator training program introduces and/or reinforces best practices for teaching asynchronously to a diverse adult population while transmitting an understanding and appreciation for the institution’s educational philosophy and policies.