At uQualio® we are very pleased to tell that – besides videos – also text, image as well as audio files can now be used on our eLearning platform
By Lone Tjustrup Olufsen, MarCom Consultant at uQualio®
“Videos can cover most of the needed training, but some topics are better explained by adding other learning materials as well. The latest product release improves the combination of learning tactics appealing to multiple learning situations and therefore appeal to multiple types of users and customers,” says Kent Valentin Fallesen, CEO at uQualio®.
Video, image, text and audio files are all important elements in the ability of providing electronic performance support - 24/7 - on all devices. Audio files (podcasts) support listening and learning “on the move” - e.g. while walking, travelling by train, and similar. And as something rather unique uQualio® also supports interactivity with audio files such as it does today with video. If the learner answers incorrectly to a question, the system can playback the correct answer in the audio file. Image files on a tablet – such as e.g. a technical drawing – help engineers with machine maintenance on location.
Video will become more widely use and distributed to support learning
Despite the relevance of both text, image and audio files – video files will become more widely distributed:
“Historically, paper documents have been the core learning material. In the future text files will be an “add-on” to videos – with videos as the key source for learning”, says Kent Valentin Fallesen.