Workstation-based just-in-time learning has just got faster and easier following revisions to design and content sign posting at online resource learningmatters.com
Operated by Echelon Learning, the site – one of the online community’s foremost business and management virtual learning centres – hosts a growing library of 2,000 generic modules offering skills development solutions, best practice essays, business and management book digests, development toolkits, performance diagnosis and audit solutions.
Users range from individual pay-as-you-go visitors to corporate customers.
Material is also licensed to a diversity of organisation including Ashridge Management College, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and Vodafone.
Previous revisions and upgrades to the site incorporated further modules and instituting more interactive content enabling users to input responses to self-assessment questions and obtain immediate feedback prior to downloading and storing materials.
May 2008 improvements include the implementation of colour/graphic coding to learning style options; clearer directional content headings, and inclusion of more and varied illustrative support content.
“Content development reached a mass requiring a revision of how we delivered specific solutions to their corresponding needs,” says Echelon director David Hill.
“Our latest format is a further step to improving the learning experience through clearer direction to more visually stimulating and entertaining content delivery.”