The Emerge ID Image Gallery
Dive into our image gallery to explore some examples of the eLearning modules that we have developed for our clients. You will notice a high level of design detail provided within each module. It is important to the learning process that the learning experience aligns with the organization’s culture, brand, and community design.
People feel more comfortable engaging in eLearning courses when the course aligns with the vision and mission of their organization. Also notice the level of user engagement and user progress that has been developed for learners participating in our courses. Keeping learners engaged and knowing where they are within the course is vital to course completion and the long term retention of course content.
Click on each thumbnail image to view a larger image within a popup window. You can also use the left and right arrows to explore the gallery. Turn on the i icon for a description of each image.
The Emerge ID Video Gallery
Take a tour of our video gallery to explore some of the videos that we have created for our clients. Providing a fluid delivery of video elements together with audio and text systematically reduces cognitive overload and provides a visual context to the course material presented. This helps learners remember and recall the information presented better than presenting text and images alone.
Here at Emerge ID, it is also important to us to help the next generation of instructional designers and anyone new to the field of education. We have created a series of videos we call ID Shorts that provide tutorials on specific tasks educators may encounter with the products of our industry. You can check out some of these videos within this gallery. Also, check out our blog posts on topics related to the training/education field as well as our social media posts. Links to both of these assets can be found below.
Click through the video thumbnails to select larger versions of specific videos and use the right and left arrows to navigate through the video gallery.