E-learning: engage your global audience with your training material

As e-learning is often delivered in a range of multimedia formats, for a streamlined and cost-effective solution, you should select a translation partner who can localise all aspects of your content, including recording, editing and synchronisation of audio and video, alongside subtitling, transcription, animations, on-screen text, images and testing. If you choose one partner to translate on-screen text and others for transcription, subtitling, audio and video, you risk inconsistencies which will limit the effectiveness of the learning process – as well as an increase in the localisation price tag.

In this fact sheet you will learn:

  • what is e-learning?
  • what do I need to know about translating e-learning content?
  • how do translate plus localise e-learning content?
  • what are the benefits of working with translate plus?

translate plus have a full multimedia localisation suite and our specialist e-learning team will work with you to provide a tailored solution to localise every aspect of your course and interface content, including audio, video, subtitling, transcription, interactive games and quizzes, standalone presentations, online and offline training programmes, as well as e-learning software platforms.

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