E-Learning

About Our Products

Posted: January 9, 2015 by don
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  eLeaP Learning Management System The eLeaP cloud-based software system creates precise, customized online training and learning courses for businesses and nonprofits of all sizes. Organizations can use existing files (i.e., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, pictures, audio, video, SCORM, etc.), to create customized employee training courses relevant to the specific organization needs. eLeaP can create the courses for organizations as well. eLeaP learning management system personalizes the tr...

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Executive Team

Posted: January 9, 2015 by don
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Don Weobong, founder and president of Telania, LLC Don Weobong studied in his native Ghana at the Institute of Professional Studies, and then in Ghana and in the United Kingdom at the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA). It was during this time period that Mr. Weobong had opportunity to also study in France, where he began to develop his ideas in international business. He immigrated to the United States to pursue undergraduate studies at Spalding University in Louis...

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Telania, LLC Releases Third Version of eLeaP, the Premier Learning Management System

Posted: January 9, 2015 by don
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Louisville, Ky.--Telania, LLC has released the newest version of its premier eLeaP Learning Management System, featuring better reporting, a more modernized design and simpler interface, improved interactive support and time-saving functions for administrators. eLeaP allows companies to easily develop and implement flexible and customized online training courses on virtually any topic. It provides an easy-to-use platform to transform existing company files into interactive e-learning courses....

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How to Develop and Encourage a Culture of Learning

Posted: January 7, 2015 by don
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Download our new whitepaper, Developing a Culture of Learning, at this link. It has been said that workplace culture is a collection of unwritten rules, codes of behavior and practices by which people operate. What then is a culture of learning? Is this a series of unwritten codes and rules regarding the role and importance an organization places on learning? Are learning and training the same? Some of the most admired organizations for company culture include Zappos, Google, Apple, OxFam ...

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