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A new e-Learning technology

Posted on July 08 2003 by Ron May in reponse to UK learning and skills council report on elearning released


As obvious experts in e-Learning technology I would very much value your opinion of Sensa e-Learning,
Heres a breif overview and links to a demo and the website.

I thank you for your time in advnce,

Ron May

What is Sensa?

Sensa is a full featured web based, dynamic learning management system complete with multi-template rich media course creation and management tools and a comprehensive password protected course administration area.

This administration area also gives the instructor or the ability to assign courses to individual or groups of students with automatic e-mail notifications, you can also set the course to auto assign so that the next time a student logs in the course is ready for them to take.

The system also allows the instructor to administer and track testing, analyze questions for their effectiveness, set courses to active or inactive, allow for repeat viewing, or not, this is especially useful if the client is using the built in merchant system to sell courses.

There’s also a multitude of features on the user interface side of Sensa, for example a search feature that allows students to search keywords or phrases.

There are two pop-up windows, one containing the course dialog and one for students to type their own notes which can be save to the database and will automatically display the next time they are in that particular slide in the course.

It has VCR type controls to start, stop, pause rewind etc., and a print course button from which a window will pop up containing the entire written course including all the notes they have taken.

The user side of Sensa is completely Flash based which means there are no media players or other third party software to download.

Of course we have only scratched the surface here you really need to see a demonstration to fully experience Sensa.

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