ICT for e-learning


In your 20-hour course, we'll introduce you and provide hands-on experience with these tools, focusing on their relevance to e-learning, distance learning, and web design. Participants will explore and apply these tools to real-world scenarios, ensuring they gain practical skills and knowledge.

Throughout the course, participants will engage in hands-on activities, group discussions, and collaborative projects. They will leave with a strong foundation in e-learning principles, distance learning strategies, and web design skills, enabling them to create effective online educational experiences.


E-Learning and Distance Learning Tools:

  • Learning Management Systems (LMS):
  • Moodle: A widely used open-source LMS.
  • Canvas: A user-friendly LMS used in higher education.
  • Google Classroom: Ideal for integrating with G Suite tools.

Video Conferencing and Webinar Platforms:

  • Zoom: Popular for live online sessions.
  • Microsoft Teams: Integrated with Microsoft 365 for collaboration.
  • WebEx: Known for its reliability and feature set.
  • Adobe Connect: Offers interactive virtual classrooms.

Content Authoring Tools:

  • Articulate 360: For creating interactive e-learning courses.
  • Adobe Captivate: Provides responsive design capabilities.
  • H5P: An open-source tool for creating interactive content.

Screen Recording and Video Editing:

  • Camtasia: A user-friendly screen recording and video editing tool.
  • OBS Studio: An open-source tool for live streaming and recording.
  • Adobe Premiere Pro: For advanced video editing.

Interactive Quizzes and Assessments:

  • Quizlet: Great for creating flashcards and quizzes.
  • Kahoot!: Engaging for live quizzes and surveys.
  • QuizMaker by iSpring: Offers a range of assessment options.

Collaboration and Productivity Tools:

  • Google Workspace (formerly G Suite): Includes Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms.
  • Microsoft 365: Offers Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more.
  • Trello: Useful for project management and collaboration.

Web Design Tools and Website Builders:

  • WordPress: A versatile and widely-used CMS (Content Management System).
  • Wix: Known for its user-friendly drag-and-drop interface.
  • Google Sites: Offers basic website creation and very easy to use.

Graphic Design and Image Editing:

  • Adobe Photoshop: The industry standard for image editing.
  • Canva: User-friendly design tool with templates for web graphics.
  • GIMP: A free and open-source alternative to Photoshop.