Adobe just released the newest version of its popular eLearning authoring tool, Captivate. The new release contains several enhancements and additions that have really enhanced your ability to create high-quality eLearning in a short amount of time. For the purposes of this blog, I’m just going to give a high-level overview of these new additions.
When speaking with other Captivate authors who publish their files in Cornerstone OnDemand (CSOD), the most frequent complaint regarding CSOD is the lack of quality, usable reporting of SCORM 2004 data.
We’ve plumbed the depths of our inventory and have come back up with a few that we think deserve a little more time in the limelight. For your consideration, here are three Lectora layout templates that are excellent candidates for your next project.
I received a short question today: “I can’t figure out what the confirmation message Copy-Paste all references does.”
A very common problem I see among us Captivate users is that we get annoyed by confirmation dialog boxes so we often choose the option “Don’t ask me this again” when we see them.
The aesthetically pleasing way in which we made the Simple Rounder collection of Storyline templates will be perfect for your next eLearning course.
As long as there are machines taking us from Point A to Point B, we will need to have people who understand their inner-workings and who can fix them when they malfunction. Today we’re featuring two interactive Articulate Storyline templates that can help you create some high-octane eLearning to train those individuals.
Rapid eLearning authoring tools help reduce the time and expense of your eLearning course development. However, they can also give you the power to create engaging gamified eLearning courses for a ...