The CASN development team included four Nursing Educators who were responsible for researching and writing the contents each of the eLearning modules. In consultation with these educators, eLearnza provided advice and guidance regarding the interactivity options available to them when providing complex content.
eLearnza provided the educators with a template skeleton that they used to format and evaluate their content. Once the content creation was completed, eLearnza built out each module for review and testing.
CASN took the extra step of having an evaluation committee (made up of nursing educators, indigenous leaders and organization members) review each module for accuracy and accessibility. Each module went through multiple iterations to arrive at a final approval.