LX Design Case Studies to Enhance Online Learning Experience


Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL) Foundation with funding from the Rajiv Gandhi Science Commission worked on creating Open Education Resources (OERs) for rural schools in the state of Maharashtra.
Concept formation and Active Learning were the focus of the OERs. Project involved design of the solution, training teams on the defined learning strategies, implementation on field, guiding distributed (virtual) classroom, training rural schoolteachers in using technology and Project Based Learning.
Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL) Foundation setup an E-school which focused on Online Assessments. Project involved mentoring the course team on writing higher order assessments for Mathematics, Science, Languages for Class V-X.
A distance learning solution for TATA Technologies as part of their CSR initiative. The solution trained almost 5000 third year Mechanical Engineering students in a span of a year and received the ASSOCHAM, MHRD award. The project involved design of the solution, training experts in session planning, writing objectives and creating learning content and developing video lessons.
The Learning Solution for Jetking Infotrain Limited proposed a shift from 20th century to 21st century learning with the Engagement Matrix considering Gen X student personas and focusing on engagement at all levels beginning with Pre-Assessment – Formative and Summative assessment – Training – Placement and Enrolment. The shift was that learners must experience an environment like the workplace that they would be employed in.
Based on a detailed Needs Analysis, a blended learning solution was designed to train unemployed youth as Forklift Operators. Classroom sessions had e-content and used scenarios to explain day to day operations. The hands-on sessions were followed by a Simulated Workplace which gave extensive practice to the participants and prepared them for productivity norms as per warehouse requirements.
The Instructor-Led Training (ILT) built capacity of approximately 1700 entry -level warehouse operations staff across locations. The training design done for LIFT Academy who trained personnel of Mahindra Logistics across their pan-India operations.
Approx. 600 Housekeeping staff across several locations were trained on the job using microlearning bytes which had video content and flip books. The approach focused on bringing home the nuances of housekeeping work, the dos and don’ts through nugget sized real-life scenarios followed by group discussions.
This Instructor-Led Training (ILT) was designed for training instructors on how to conduct Inquiry and Project based learning for students at Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in India. ITIs provide employability training in engineering and non-engineering technical fields. The project also involved the design of a Train the Trainer program for Master Trainers of TATA STRIVE.