public sector FAQ
What’s an LMS?
What is OSBC’s course development process?
We evaluate your requirements and determine the best solution for producing your information given the intended audience, timelines and budget. Once the project plan is established, we implement a systematic process for development that ensures all steps are completed on time and within budget.
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How much time must our organization dedicate to the project?
This depends on the scope of your project. Typically, an organization assigns one person to act as a liaison between your organization and OSBC. How much time that person needs depends on the size of the project. As well, certain phases of the project require more time than others. [ TOP ]
How will I be involved in a project?
That depends on your preferences and the needs of your project. Some of our clients are involved throughout every step of the development process, while others prefer to provide input only as required. At a minimum, we’ll need your review/approval of the design plan and final content. We’ll work closely with you to define and ensure your involvement preferences are met. [ TOP ]
Can OSBC pilot test the material on our target audience?
Yes! This is one of our most important steps in the development process. A pilot test ensures that the materials are correctly developed and provides valuable feedback to inform any final revision. Complete and thorough evaluation ensures that the final product will be successful. [ TOP ]
What’s an LMS?
LMS stands for Learning Management System. We offer a choice of two LMSs, WebCT and Moodle. These systems manage all aspects of online courses such as student enrollment/management, content navigation, discussion, online activities, assessment and grading. An LMS allows anyone with a current computer and Internet connection to take online training. [ TOP ]