E-Learning

For almost a decade, the National Foreign Language Center (NFLC) has produced state-of-the-art custom e-learning and blended-learning solutions that have delighted our clients, have been within budget, and have been delivered on time. Product topics have ranged from language learning and translation to critical thinking, maps and geo-coordinate systems, and signals technology.

Our learning experts understand what motivates children and adults to learn and how they process information and apply it to real-world tasks. The design of our products is based on the latest empirical research in cognitive science and effective e-learning. Not only are our products dynamic and engaging, but they are also based on measurable performance outcomes that will translate into bottom-line results for your organization.

Our in-house multimedia production team is there to listen to and serve your needs, whether you require a product created from scratch or the repurposing of an existing curriculum from one format into another. Our team consists of expert project managers, instructional designers, systems analysts and testers, information architects, programmers, and creative media specialists who are well versed in the latest instructional and interactive media technologies. In addition, we have access to professional talent and subject matter expertise—due in large part to our affiliation with the University of Maryland—to suit the specific needs of your project.

The NFLC is proud of its onsite video production studio that was recently constructed to make use of the latest technology during all phases of production. The studio boasts both a green screen sound stage and an area suitable for interviews and panel discussions.
Our specialties and areas of expertise include:

  • Advanced graphic design and 3-D models
  • Animation and motion graphics
  • Assessment and evaluation
  • Audio production and original music
  • Branding and identity
  • Companion materials development (e.g., guides, job aids, posters, presentations)
  • Emerging technologies
  • Full video production and editing
  • Instructional systems development (ADDIE model)
  • SCORM conformance
  • Section 508 compliance
  • Simplifying complex content regardless of topic
  • Simulation
  • Technical writing and editing
  • Web-based design and development

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