you interested in developing an e-learning course for your organisation?
will you receive from the project?
do you need to commit to the project?
free access to the virtual learning infrastructure and the
- one-to-one individual support and training offered by the
Education Liaison Officers will also be available to collaborating
- opportunities to share experiences with other learning providers
contribution to project monitoring and evaluation
- time and resources for content development
learn more about the project, go to
. Some of the frequently asked
questions are presented below. If you have further questions or
require more details, please contact one of the Education Liaison
TeLP information (Word doc):
Benefits of Participation (Word doc):
-Frequently Asked Questions by interested Learning Providers
How long does a course have to be?
It's up to you. There is no restriction as to the course length
or amount of materials. Have a look at the courses offered in
TeLP1 to get an idea.
Does the course have to be ALL online?
No, you can develop part of a course online, while delivering
the rest face-to-face; or you can develop a course that learners
access all online.
Who owns the copyright for the developed courses?
The Learning Provider. This is reinforced by the fact that when
you enter your materials, you need to specify the author and
the publisher of the course.
Is The eLearning Place a Managed Learning Environment? Will it
keep assessment scores?
Yes, scores from assessments may be stored centrally and you
will be able to track the progress of your students through
the administration function.
At the end of the project, will the materials continue to be stored
on Connect's server?
Yes. CONNECT will act as an ASP (Application Service Provider)
for all courses run through The eLearning Place, but you can
take your own course and place it on your own server and intranet
or on a CD if you wish. However, you will not be able to use
the interactive elements that are provided by The eLearning
Place (e.g. chat, message board) or the user administration
system (e.g. tracking students' progress) as they are dynamically
generated from the database behind the course.