What we do

CNDG is a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) developer. We specialize in creating tailored, user-friendly VLEs, offering a fully supported service on all major virtual reality platforms.

We provide our clients with online environments where instruction, learning activities, assignments, and synchronous or asynchronous exercises are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Our courses use a fraction of the resources of traditional classroom methods, but without negatively impacting on the information or learning objectives.

Our VLEs allow students and educators to explore places they would never be able to visit in the real world: a geological station in the Arctic, the surface of Mars, Easter Island 20,000 years ago, or the interior of a human cell.

And uniquely, our VLEs are networked: we do not create stand-alone single-player gamifications of educational resources, but persistent interactive virtual learning environments that users experience and interactive with in groups.

We are the official partner in Virtual Learning Environment development and hosting for Pearson, the largest education company and the largest book publisher in the world. Together, we develop VLEs in all academic disciplines.

We have offices in New York, Orlando, and London, with consultants and content creators worldwide, providing continuous client support in any time zone.

Our design and development teams consist of expert programmers, 3D modellers, scenographers, project managers, trainers, and learning consultants. We can manage projects on any scale.

To talk to us about your ideas, or find out how VLEs can enhance your teaching, email us at hello@cndg.info or contact your local Pearson representative.

We put the social engagement back into teaching. We are not interested in building completely automated, run-on-their-own, no-contact systems: we build environments that help educators communicate their expertise and their knowledge to students in a direct, impactful way.

If you look at the origin of Western education — the Socratic method of dialogue — that’s what we are trying to get back to.

William Prensky