CommLab India, a veteran in developing custom eLearning courses has recently tied up with eLearning for kids, the global non-profit foundation to develop eLearning courses on various subjects for kids across the world. It will also translate and localize existing courses into a host of other languages to reach more kids. All these services will, of course, be offered free of cost.
RK Prasad and Ayesha, the top team at CommLab India met Dr. Nick van Dam, Founder and Chairman of eLearning for kids in Hyderabad to discuss various ways how CommLab can support and contribute to the wonderful work that Dr. van Dam has started. It was a very fruitful meeting of like-minded professionals who want to contribute to one of the most disadvantaged sections of our society – kids.
Left to right: Ayesha (COO, CommLab India), Dr. Nick van Dam (Founder and Chairman, eLearning for kids) and RK Prasad (CEO, CommLab India).
Some areas for immediate collaboration were, of course, eLearning courseware development, translation & localization of courses in English and re-branding CommLab’s existing courses for eLearning for kids. CommLab also volunteered to promote the foundation among the schools and teachers, especially in Hyderabad.
Work has already started in right earnest in re-branding existing courses.
About e-Learning for kids
Established in 2004, e-Learning for kids is a global nonprofit foundation dedicated to fun and free learning on the Internet for children between the ages 5 – 12, with courses in math, science, reading, health and computers. A volunteer staff consists of education and e-learning experts and business professionals from around the world committed to making a difference.
About CommLab India
CommLab India (www.commlabindia.com) is an end-to-end eLearning solutions company based in India. Since 2000, it has been providing state-of-the-art eLearning services to organizations across the world in the areas of Custom Courseware, Catalog Courses and Learning Technology. Some of its reputed clients are BC Hydro, George Washington University, Kawasaki and Deloitte. They are preferred vendors to more than 15 Fortune 500 companies such as Alcoa, Unilever and Pepco Holding Inc.
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