Best Practices for a Successful eLearning Initiative in Developing Countries

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

Over the past 10 years, Seward has had the opportunity to work in a number of developing countries around the world to assist in planning for and implementing eLearning initiatives. During that time, we’ve seen initiatives succeed and we’ve seen initiatives struggle. Based on our experience, here are some best practices that can help your [...]

The First 4,000 Words License Giveaway

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

The First 4,000 Words is a program that Seward Incorporated has developed for first- through fourth-grade students to help build vocabulary for struggling readers and English Language Learners. The web-based lessons use interactive reading activities and games to teach the 4,000 most frequently used English words. The site can be licensed to individual teachers, or [...]

The Key to Successful E-learning: Front-End Analysis

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

How a thorough front-end analysis can help you determine the most effective method for addressing a learning need.

E-learning Provides Effective Training Option in Tough Economic Times

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

E-learning, also called online learning and web-based instruction, has long been a great solution for keeping the workforce trained at a low cost per pupil cost. Companies, government agencies, and higher education institutions, which are now facing very strained budgets, are looking to e-learning to train and educate workers. Recently, Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty and [...]