It takes a commitment to content, consistency, student-faculty interaction and the highest academic standards to ensure that online learning is equivalent to or better than traditional, classroom-based instruction. Bisk dedicates experienced instructional designers to work closely with your program heads and faculty to support your academic mission and assist with best practices in course development. With course objectives defined by university professors, our experts employ rapid course development methodologies to design course curriculum, assignments and assessments in a matter of weeks. The result is a truly dynamic interactive learning environment designed to leverage the very best in object-oriented learning and peer-to-peer interaction.
Using the proven principles of Bloom's Taxonomy, along with the best practices of adult learning and web-based training, Bisk works closely with your faculty to optimize learning outcomes, while ensuring that courses meet higher education and accreditation standards. Bisk’s quality content management practices give you the flexibility to implement enhancements and updates so that your curriculum – which can run on your Learning Management System or ours – stays fresh and highly relevant.
Bisk’s technology creates exciting, interactive programs that offer everything from faculty-led videos and webcasts to multi-media demonstrations. Visit our online classroom experience and see how we deliver an engaging and successful e-learning environment.
Instructors and students can enjoy real-time interaction through two-way voice-over IP, email, discussion boards and other innovative yet easy-to-use tools. Instructors are able to communicate key concepts through interactive learning modules with optional streaming video lectures, and monitor student participation through advanced reporting features. Students find themselves immersed in unique, dynamic ways as existing or custom-made media is delivered directly to their desktops and mobile devices.
Instructors may choose from a variety of interactive simulations and tools – such as flash cards, “drag and drop” exercises, and decision tree models – to reinforce challenging course concepts. In addition, we produce course materials to enhance student learning such as study guides, course syllabi, class roster with student biographies, quizzes and exams.
Video-based faculty lectures enhance weekly lessons and keep students engaged in learning new concepts. Should you choose to include video lectures in your course delivery, we will work with faculty to develop and produce each new piece of media. Our extensive on-site resources include a cutting-edge pre- and post-production digital studio and sound stage, where we digitize and compress video into best-in-class format for Internet streaming worldwide.