The company


About our Team

EATL education team has expert level teachers, lecturers, script writers, people skilled with videography, photography, animation, image to develop this content. All of them work under strong supervision of experienced teachers who are affiliated with national curriculum, who have significant years of working experience in large organization from primary, secondary and tertiary level. There is a separate team for quality checking of the content and they are also supervised by professional, qualified , experienced teachers.

About Digital Content and E-learning

learning conducted via electronic media, typically on the Internet is named as e- learning and also as per internet definition Digital content is any type of content that exists in the form of digital data. Also known as digital media, digital contents stored on either digital or analog storage in specific formats. Forms of digital content include information that is digitally broadcast, streamed or contained in computer files. However to elaborate the concept of e-learning and digital content, there comes a lot of thing into consideration. Any content if it has a digital version can be said as digital content and if it is known or learner via electronic media or internet is also known as e- learning. However if it refers to scanning a hard copy document to make it digital and sharing over internet for e-learning, the first pone is simply a transformation from hard copy to soft copy and though it can be read over internet, but successful e-learning implies a good explanation covering innovative ways of learning for which there is device, electronic media and internet dependency. Even digital content also implies content that makes it different than a simple hard to soft copy transformation rather equipped with high quality resolution picture for which the device and internet is getting popular for. The change of media the audience is oriented has great impact on these two components. Example of 2d-3d images is one now world moving to virtual reality. In educational sector e-learning and digital content is robust as it is the only form to create most innovative, effective, less time consuming, easy to reach so many with a vision to achieve large output. General hard copy books and classroom teaching is designed for general level of learning among students, however each child, each person learning capability is different. And that kind of customization is the place where e- learning and digital content has large scope to play. The version can be from very basic to dynamics and customized as far as possible, though depends on audience and their acceptability level. Innovation creativity has no boundaries and e-learning and digital content is the segment to portray that creativity.

Our Focused Area

Our primary focus area is educational contents as per Bangladeshi syllabus and context

We develop educational content with high end graphic, simulation for local students

Primary focus also includes focusing on subjects that student’s have difficulty to understand such as – English, math, geometry, science when get the orientation for first time at standard 9

We focus on developing the educational contents in easy language

Our main focus is making contents that makes remembering and understanding easy. Educational content can be of many different types. Such as – it can be video lecture based, it can be presentation based, and it can be only animation. And there are different type of student as well

Some student can learn by listening to teachers, some observing, some by reading only. Our contents are most advanced level fun and interaction oriented which makes learning, capturing, remembering so easy and different from traditional learning system and that is where the focus as well is.

How Do You Get Copyright Protection for Your Work?

The original author of a work owns the copyright to that work, unless he or she has assigned those rights to a third party. Copyright protection arises automatically, without any action taken by the author, the moment the work is fixed in a tangible form so that it is perceptible either directly or with the aid of a machine or device. For a short-story writer, the work becomes fixed as soon as the author dictates the story, writes it down or types it into the computer. The work must be "original", e.g., not based upon someone else's work.

"Publication is the distribution of copies or phonorecords of a work to the public by sale or other transfer of ownership, or by rental, lease, or lending. The offering to distribute copies or phonorecords to a group of persons for purposes of further distribution, public performance, or public display constitutes publication. A public performance or display of a work does not of itself constitute publication." In general, publication occurs on the date upon which copies of the work are first made available to the public. 

Given the fact that an author owns the copyright in his or her work the moment the work is fixed in a tangible form without a formal copyright notice the copyright term for works created by an individual is the life of the author plus 50 years. The term of the copyright for "works for hire" is 75 years from the date of first "publication"

The right to enforce the copyright is owned by the owner of the copyright, here in this case EATL. When an employee creates a work within the scope of the employee's employment, any work created belongs to the employer. This is called "work for hire". "Work for hire" can also occur in a freelance situation if the author signs a specially commissioned "work for hire" agreement before the development of the project.

An author must be concerned with two aspects of copyright infringement: avoiding having his or her work infringed upon and avoiding infringing others' works. Copyright law protects against the copying of the "expression" of a work, not of the author's ideas. If the allegedly infringing work is "substantially similar" to the copyrighted work, copyright infringement exists. 

The owner of a copyright really owns a "bundle" of rights, like a bundle of sticks. Each stick or right can be sold or assigned separately to a third party. The rights owned by the author are as follows: 

The Right to Reproduce the Work: the right to copy, imitate, reproduce, duplicate or transcribe the work in fixed form. 

The Right to Derivative Works: the right to modify the work to create a new work. A new work that is based upon an existing work is a "derivative work". 

The Right to Distribution: the right to distribute the work to the public by sale, rental, lease or lending. 

Public Display Right: the right to show a copy of the work directly to the public (e.g., hanging up a copy of a painting in a public place) or by means of a website, film, slide, or television image at a public place or to transmit it to the public. 

Public Performance Right: This is the right to recite, play, dance, act or show the work at a public place or to transmit it to the public. Infringement can occur when any of these rights is violated. Another misconception heard on the Internet is that if the site is free and the owner is not making money from the site, than any material on the site does not constitute copyright infringement. Irrelevant. Although whether the infringement is commercial or not may have a bearing on the damages awarded in the subsequent copyright infringement suit, it is not a defense to infringement that you made no profit from the infringement. 

One of the biggest misconceptions on the Internet appears to be an idea that one can gain title to a copyrighted work by altering the image. This is absolutely false.

If you find a copyright violation, the first step is to write a letter to the offending party requesting that the infringing material be withdrawn or removed from a website. If the infringing material is located on a website and the owner refuses to remove the offending material you might consider informing the owner's Internet Service Provider ("ISP") about the situation. The law in several countries is changing to hold ISP's liable for violations of various laws by users of the ISP and many ISP's will respond to complaints about illegal activities on members' websites. The underlying remedies for copyright violations have not changed because of the electronic revolution; one can still sue for damages and for an injunction to prohibit the display or transmission of the copied work. Therefore the whole idea o write so many things about copyright was to give an idea and all the contents of EATL education are subject to infringement if used other than permission and will follow above step by step process.