The term E-learning sounds modern and cool. Unfortunately it is often just a euphemism for primitive multiple-choice quizzes that are only completed because users are obliged to do so. At Great Communication it is our belief that E-learning should engage users, be relevant and create identification. In other words we address e-learning just the way we go about our other communication projects.

In our E-learning packages we employ a mix of videos, texts, quizzes and graphics presented in a frame that is tailor-made to satisfy both user demand and your technical specifications. However, at the end of the day it is all about content, and if you choose us a partner on your E-learning project, you will hear us ask our usual three questions: What is the main objective, which target group are you aiming at, and which impact to you wish to make?

E-learning case stories