eLearning Client Examples:
Interactive Learning #1: Massachusetts Office of the Inspector General - Introduction to Real Property
This sample comes from a class discussing procurement law. The interactive eLearning lessons in this class feature professional narration and video, and include knowledge checks to test learner understanding. These lessons combine with readings, quizzes, and discussion board activities in Blackboard as part of the OIG’s accredited MCCPO certification program.
Interactive eLearning #2: Department of Developmental Services - Trauma-Informed Care
This course is an informative self-study lesson for human services workers and service providers. It is standalone and informal while still providing professional quality and accessibility for learners on the go.
Module Series: The federal Head Start program. Check out the module series in English and Spanish.
We developed the "Supporting Children and Families Experiencing Homelessness" module series for professionals in Head Start, Early Head Start, and child care, including early childhood and school-age child care providers, agency staff, and other key stakeholders. Its goal is to enhance knowledge around family homelessness and the definition of "homeless" as it refers to children and youth. The modules also provide information, guidance, resources, and tools on how to identify families experiencing homelessness, conduct community outreach, build relationships with families, and connect with community partners.
Video: Department of Mental Health Children’s Behavioral Health Knowledge Center - Young Adult Peer Mentoring
This is one of several brief instructional videos created to inform young adult peer mentors and the staff who support them. The series combines a friendly and casual tone with colorful animation to be approachable and informative.