eCom Scotland

  • Case Study: The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)

    The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) offer training and consultation to businesses and professionals working in social care, health, education and employment, helping them support people who are blind or partially sighted.  They needed to make their training more flexible and meet the high demand for employee development from their clients. They also wanted to diversify their training offering by incorporating new learning technology while following accessibility best practice.

  • eCom Announces New VP Business Development

    Geoff Chapman will head up the Business Development and Account Management team, responsible for growing the client base in new and existing sectors, and managing client relationships.

  • eCom Scotland Recruiting a Trainee Instructional Designer

    A rare and interesting opportunity has arisen at eCom Scotland HQ in Dunfermline, Fife to learn the craft of Instructional Design.

    Instructional design teams have evolved as we have discovered more about the way people learn. We know that there are a few different ways in which people learn now and a successful instructional design team includes a diverse set of people to reflect this.

    All we ask is that the suitable candidate must be keen to learn, be highly productive and ultimately have a passion for the way in which people learn.

    To find out more, visit the eCom Scotland website.

  • eCom Scotland to launch eNetAuthor

    eCom Scotland will launch eNetAuthor, a new cloud-based authoring tool for eLearning teams, at Learning Technologies 2016. 

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  • eCom Scotland to launch eNetAuthor at Learning Technologies 2016

    eCom Scotland will launch eNetAuthor, its new cloud-based authoring tool for eLearning teams, at Learning Technologies 2016. This innovative new tool is designed to help companies manage the creation of eLearning projects from the initial concept right through to delivery.

    With the complete eLearning process from storyboarding, to authoring and reviewing in one tool, eNetAuthor helps eLearning teams work more effectively.

    As all resources are held in the cloud it is easier for team members in different locations to work together and to work on projects simultaneously.

    eNetAuthor allows those without any specialist knowledge to quickly create interactive, feature-rich content to engage learners.

    There is a range of advanced features for technical users – Designers and Developers – which give complete control of the content design and styling.

    eNetAuthor enables the management and control of all parts of eLearning projects, including arranging meetings, sending messages and scheduling tasks.

    From the customisable dashboard you can track progress, analyse activity and quickly produce management reports.

    The real-time insight helps to deliver projects on-time and on-budget.

    Linda Steedman, CEO of eCom Scotland, says that: “We have imbedded our 19 years of experience of delivering workplace eLearning to develop a tool for both those starting out in eLearning and for the experts. We know it works as we are proud to use this tool to deliver our own projects.”

    eCom Scotland will be on stand L15 at Learning Technologies 2016 (3rd & 4th Feb) to demonstrate eNetAuthor. Visitors can see the product in action and sign up for a free trial throughout the day and join the eCom team for the launch events at 3.30pm on both days. For more information about eNetAuthor visit enetauthor.com.

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  • eCom Secures Ufi Funding for Virtual Reality Research

    eCom Scotland have secured a grant from Ufi Charitable Trust to fund virtual reality (VR) research. Ufi is an independent charity dedicated to increasing the delivery of adult vocational skills through digital technology.