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About Kealogics

About Kealogics

We are a dynamic team of creative development

Faster Turnaround Time, Budget Friendly, Control Over Updates. Where are you at on your e Learning journey?

Kealogics started in 2014 with a dynamic team of designers, under the Leadership of experienced experts. We’re the company that creates the assets and interactions that most of the industry’s rapid developers are using to create awesome products, so we understand these tools inside and out. We have a dedicated team of in-house professionals ready to create custom courses to your specifications. Either way, you can’t go wrong when you choose Kealogics

How Kealogics Name Thought Through

The kea is a species of large parrot in the family Nestoridae found in the forested and alpine regions of the South Island of New Zealand, Kea is considered as world's smartest bird (its intelligence rivals a monkey's) says the Institute of Cognitive Biology in Vienna. Kea can solve logical puzzles, such as pushing and pulling things in a certain order to get to food, and will work together to achieve a certain objective. They have been filmed preparing and using tools.

We added our Logics to Kea Which is then formed as Kealogics
Hope this name is apt for the smart solutions

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Where are you at on your eLearning journey? Let us be your extra pair of hands, whether it’s “taking it from here” or just stepping in to help with the tough spots.

Our Level of Expertise

E Learning
Rapid Authoring 100%
Moodle LMS
Development 90%
E learning Consulting
consulting 95%
Gamification & Quiz
Gamer 80%
Web Application Development
Development 95%
Mobile App Development
Mobile APP 75%

E-learning Design and Development Process

Designing an e-learning course is an exacting process based on sound learning principles. It involves application of a number of principles and practices that is far more specialized than making a simple PowerPoint slide deck. 

Now, let’s see the different stages in e Learning design and development. The following diagram gives a bird’s eye view of the entire process.

This is the first step of the eLearning development process. At this stage, you need to analyze the learning content, learning objectives and the profile of the target audience. You also need to take a look at the type of job or tasks that the participants are expected to accomplish after taking the course. Based on this, a broad instructional strategy is formulated to decide on the best way to present the content.

Next, learning experts need to create a design document that incorporates the recommendations of the learning management team. Requirements of the stakeholders, training objectives, assessments required and design challenges are taken into account at this stage. This document also specifies the instructional, visual and audio elements to be included in the course curriculum.

The specifications in the design document are executed by incorporating the content, visuals and assessments into a storyboard. The page layout, graphic user interface and multimedia elements are all finalized at this stage and incorporated into the course. There are a range of rapid authoring tools today such as Articulate Storyline, Lectora, Captivate, etc., which can be used for giving a definite shape to your eLearning course. Using rapid authoring tools expedites the course development process considerably thanks to their in-built interactivities and templates. Check out this online video that explains how to zero in on the right authoring tool for your eLearning course development.

Next, is the evaluation stage where the quality of the developed course is tested to ensure accuracy of functionality as well as content. Editors, instructional designers, subject matter experts and quality control managers check various components of the course to ensure perfection. Feedback is incorporated into the course and uploaded.

If a course needs to be translated into one or more languages, it is done at this stage by following a separate sequence of actions to ensure accuracy and quality.

Finally, the course is hosted on the LMS or any other learning portal. The target audience is given the link, user information and passwords to access the course. Using an LMS allows managers to monitor and evaluate the training program at every stage – how many users have registered, how many have completed, how many have abandoned mid-way, etc. This helps in taking corrective action and ensuring maximum success of the training initiative. Communication is the key and one has to ensure that the courses are not just merely uploaded on to the LMS, but information about them is correctly and persuasively reached to the target audience.