I am Nicola Turing and I have been volunteering with the Turing Trust since 2015. I am on the Advisory Board and I also manage the website and help out with other activities including raising the profile of the Turing Trust, collecting donations, fundraising and administration and the development of e-learning.
We are helping to grow and develop the charity bringing IT resources and education to sub-Saharan Africa, by re-using IT equipment. Our biggest challenge is to maximize the educational benefit of these resources by ensuring we provide great content.
One of the ways to do this is to create interactive courses in Easygenerator and use the SCORM functionality to make the learning content available offline. This is extremely important when working in sub-Saharan Africa where there’s no Internet connection.
So the main benefits of Easygenerator for me as a volunteer are:
- ease of use;
- excellent customer support always suggesting a way out or an alternative solution to a query;
- a good solution for presenting new materials and assessing learners’ knowledge in an interactive way (a lot of different question types).
Easygenerator helps us to impart knowledge and share our experience with those who really need it.