E-learning: An overview

E-learning here, e-learning there. In the meantime, you hear this word everywhere. In the context of courses or further training, one hears again and again about the advantages of online media. There are also many training courses that are based on it. On this page we want to offer you a definition of e-learning and provide insights into various aspects.
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What is e-learning exactly?

E-learning means electronic learning or online, electronic or computer-based learning. But what does that actually mean exactly?

Instead of taking courses on site, e-learning allows us to learn and impart knowledge online using various media. In this way, we can educate ourselves digitally or offer our advice to others online – all in the form of games or explanatory videos.

Benefit from the increased learning effect through interaction

Alternating media stimulates different parts of the brain.

1 picture says more than 1,000 words. And a video more than 1,800 pictures.

Multisensory learning stays in memory longer.

Students and employees prefer to work with e-learning.

What are the benefits of e-learning?

At the latest with the digital age, schools as well as companies have recognized the value of e-learning. The market is expected to reach $458 billion by 2026. This makes you wonder why e-learning is so popular.

Time independence

We all have our own routines. So it's all the better that e-learning can be accessed at any time. So you can integrate them perfectly into your own everyday life.

Location independence

E-learning is online - so it's not tied to a classroom or meeting room. You can access the content from anywhere.

Costs

No travel, no instructors, no copies. E-learning reduces the monetary effort immensely, which is reflected in low course costs.

Independence

Responsibility and independence are encouraged in everyday professional life. E-learning does the same for its users.

Individual pace

Anyone and everyone can go through an e-learning at their own pace. This also means that you can set your own focus.

Linguistic diversity

E-learnings are already digital products. So for translations, only the texts need to be revised.

Adaptability

Content needs to be supplemented? Podcasts are not used enough? E-learnings can be constantly adapted and edited to always achieve the best learning effect.

Learning progress

E-learnings are attentive. With a few adjustments, learning progress in e-learnings can be presented by means of graphics, illustrations or even videos to guarantee an overview of the learning content for everyone.

How do we create e-learnings?

We start with a creative workshop: Here we analyze your topic and your target group together. Our developers then brainstorm a bit so that we can present you with suitable user flows.

With the appropriate user flow, we design a wireframe that shows the entire content in a simple layout. To ensure that your wireframe is really convincing, we test it in user testing on people from your target group.

The user testing was positive and the content fits? Then let’s get started! We create the right design and our developers program what they can.

Are you convinced? Perfectly! Then we’ll put the finishing touches on your product and hand you the key to a simpler world.

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With our agency to the perfect e-learning

Our motto is to make the world a little easier – which is where e-learnings come in handy. We have created many e-learnings for a wide variety of companies on a wide variety of topics. Our experience and research on the topic of e-learnings shows: The closer the collaboration, the better the end result.

In our project, we pause at every step to consult with you and find out what’s working and what’s not. We’re there for you all the way, from conception to prototyping to commissioning to maintenance. What we offer you is a complete solution: We don’t want to give you countless interfaces and contact persons, we give you a solution with us as direct contact – done. We are flexible, whether you want to give feedback by phone, by mail or on site in Bern.

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E-learning examples

Some exciting projects that prove what we can do.

Othmar Dendorfer | Senior Consultant
We experienced Cleverclip as a very professional partner for our project. We were personally and competently accompanied through the structured process. Our ideas were quickly taken up and implemented excellently despite a tight schedule. The result convinced us and our customers in every respect.

Othmar Dendorfer Senior Consultant

For young startups as well as established companies.

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Frequently asked questions about e-learning

  • 1. What do you need for e-learning?

    Teaching and learning materials for e-learning must be digitally prepared in advance. People often work with Word documents or PowerPoint presentations that can be easily modified and updated on the computer. But PDF files are also popular because they do not require any special software on the target device.

  • 2. Where does the term eLearning come from?

    The term e-learning comes from electronic learning, or computer-based learning. The composition E for Electronic followed by an originally analog medium results in the modern digital terms. Examples are e-books and e-mails, i.e. electronic books and electronic messages or electronic mail.

  • 3. How does e-learning work?

    E-learning is electronically supported learning. So to use e-learning, you need a terminal device such as a computer, a laptop, a tablet or a smartphone. Often, an e-learning can be found on a platform on the internet or intranet, so you need to ensure the internet connection.

  • 4. What is needed for e-learning?

    Teaching and learning materials for e-learning must be digitally prepared in advance. People often work with Word documents or PowerPoint presentations that can be easily modified and updated on the computer. But PDF files are also popular because they do not require any special software on the target device.