Curriculum-based E-learning Development

Curriculum-based E-learning Development

Curriculum-based E-learning Development

One of our customers is a leading company in the automotive industry and provides products and services globally. Their business strategy involves sourcing auto components and systems and creating benchmark value for investors.

They have created eLearning courses for their customers and personnel. To make their eLearning courses better, they wanted to enable their learners to Like and Unlike each slide. Furthermore, they also wanted to enable learners post comments on every slide. This would help the learners give their feedback and improve the online course. As we have the expertise in developing eLearning courses, they requested us to implement this feature in all existing courses.


  • Designing a 5 hour course in 6 weeks, which engages the learner
  • Tracking the user feedback on every slide.

We have followed following steps to complete project quickly.

Designing a 5 hour course which engages the learner

This eLearning content is heavy, and it was a big challenge for us to develop the online course. We created an eLearning curriculum and divided it into 15 units. The duration of each unit was 20 minutes.

We used Gamified assessments to make the learning effective and interesting and presentation patterns such as click and learn and scenarios to facilitate easy understanding.

We developed a unit and sent it to the client for approval. Once that unit was approved, we made a standard template and checklist based on the client feedback. We followed the same standards throughout the curriculum to maintain consistency and ensure quality output. By following this process, we saved time and avoided rework.

Tracking the user feedback on every slide

The client had a unique requirement – they wanted users to provide feedback on every slide of the eLearning course and to track it through the LMS.

We have created Like, Unlike and Comment buttons on every slide to enable users to provide feedback. By using PHP and JavaScript, we have linked the buttons in the course to the LMS.

When the users give their feedback on the slide, it will be tracked on the LMS and generate user-wise and topic-wise reports. These reports helped the client improve the eLearning course further.

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