Learning Architecture

Digital learning content is reusable, upgradeable, scalable and measurable!

In our experience programmes created according to robust and replicable learning architectures
will produce sustainable business results.

A learning architecture is an organization's unique map of agreed-upon learning needs, learning
strategies and delivery strategies for all of its training. This gives designers, trainers and managers

a clear view of what types of problems training will solve, how they will solve them and what
tools they need. It deliberately limits the organisation's options by deciding how and where the training
organization will focus its efforts – and it builds upon the organisation's culture and history of learning.

Put simply, a learning architecture is a design for learning to meet a particular business goal in a
particular situation.

'At AMI we encourage taking advantage of new thinking and technology in small steps.

Use what works for today but get the plumbing right for the future'.

Conformance solves two problems. The first is to provide a standard way to represent digital course
materials for use in on-line learning systems so that such content can be developed in one format
and used across a wide variety of learning systems (often referred to as course management systems,
learning management systems, virtual learning environments, or instructional management systems).

The second is to enable new publishing models for on-line course materials and digital assets that are
modular, web-distributed, interactive, and customizable.