Localization Features within the Field of E-Learning As illustrated by NETg and Microsoft projects The Logrus Company May 2007. New times mean greater demands. The Features of E-Learning. The complexity of technical tools and solutions Technical: Client-server applications
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The following are needed to work with these kinds of materials: specialists in the areas of programming, engineering and software testing, established production processes, the ability to make decisions andestablished methodologies for working with complex software.
In addition to the specialists in the subject matters concerned, translators and programmers, work with such materials demands the skills of sound recording and mixing specialists, graphic artists and designers.
Learning process is multifaceted and rich in scenarios as to how learning material is delivered and learning process is organized:
Organization of the learning process requires the creation of a single, one-stop solution for managing and co-ordinating the work of administration, the instructional staff, students, the instructional process and all activity of the educational institution.
When one begins aneLearning project, it is a good idea first to assess one’s energies and capability and the amount of work.
In the majority of cases, a professional localization company will be able to create a course in less time and for less money, while delivering higher quality.
Successfully carrying out an adaptation project and introducing it into a course of instruction (and this is even more the case with Microsoft Learning Gateway) requires experience in managing complex projects and considerable resources.