EDGE is a learning experience design company that creates both print and digital resources. We offer a range of academic publishing, instructional design and eLearning services - that cater to the needs of our clients and focus on enriching their students' learning experience.
Educators across the globe are currently facing extraordinary circumstances in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. In this context, self-isolation and lockdowns have become the 'new normal'. Consequently, many educators have needed to move their content online - and quickly. For those who normally teach in a brick-and-mortar setting, this may be especially challenging. However, with just a few vital insights, educators can transition to online course design and resume their classes successfully. In this article, we'll cover five basic principles that will help educators to move their classes online. 7 Apr 2020Read more
Cengage and Edge Learning Media are delighted to announce a new partnership in South Africa. This partnership will see Cengage representing Edge's leading textbook catalogue within the South African public university sector, as well as in Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini. 19 Feb 2020Read more
Edge Learning Media's CEO, Dr Andrew Hibling, was recently invited onto CapeTalk's The John Maytham Show. In the interview, Hibling discusses whether there is scope to utilise online and blended learning as a means of scaling medical education at South African universities. 30 Sep 2019Read more
Attracting and maintaining students' attention is a challenging task in any educational context. In this article, we will explore five principles that can be applied by instructional designers, to create learning material that will grab students' attention and increase their engagement with the content. 20 Feb 2019Read more
Resistance to change is a well-known phenomenon - and making the change from traditional learning to e-learning can certainly be met with resistance, by instructors and students alike. In this article, we explore some simple but powerful change management strategies, to ease the transition to e-learning and to support individuals in adapting to the new system. 16 Jan 2019Read more