Elucidat customers are authoring effective elearning for sales, customer service, compliance, soft skills, leadership and scenario training (and more). Here's a selection of what's possible. If you can't see exactly what you want here, get in touch.
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Can you tell when someone's lying to you? This psychology activity from The Open University challenges you to work out who's lying and who's telling the truth in an effective example of learning by doing. You can also see Elucidat's video question in action.
An immersive branching video created in collaboration with The Open University and Tilt. This experience shows how emotive video and Elucidat's streamlined interactions can work together to create an engaging learning experience.
An interactive one-page resource for new starters that proves digital learning can be short, simple, and still valuable. Keep an eye out for the new page progress menu too; use it to track your progress and jump to a different part of the page.
A short and snappy performance support resource to help retail staff close a sale. They can brush up on features, benefits and conversation starters in just five minutes, on their phone, on the shop floor.
Leadership training that treats managers like individuals. A short piece that encourages managers to reflect on their delegation style, serves up personalized tips and provides a chance to put them into practice.
This Health and Safety course shows how Elucidat can display images differently, depending on the screen size your Learner is using. It also uses a very clever (and responsive!) visual menu to explore different areas of the workplace.
An extract from an environmental awareness course which shows how a visual menu can be used to branch to small scenario questions. This also shows how ‘Badges’ can be used to reward learners for good decision-making.
A project for the Open University. To ‘Lie or not to lie?’ allows learners to analyse their own moral compasses by placing them in non linear scenarios that vary from the Lewinsky affair to the Bloodgate scandal.
A short social media course built to illustrate how you can use the Elucidat 'Polling' feature, a visual drag and drop interaction and also personalise results for your Learners using Elucidat variables.
Utility Warehouse - provider of home phone, broadband, mobile, gas and electricity for over 500,000 homes and small businesses throughout the UK created a range of training modules for new distributors.
An interactive iPad tour of medieval Swansea for City Witness from the sublime Make Sense Design. This project is non-linear, allowing visitors to discover the facts about the era for themselves, and features live polls of visitor opinions. An iPhone version is coming soon.