SwiftHCM LMS: Learning Analytics and Reporting Made Easy for Training Managers. SwiftHCM LMS: Learning Analytics and Reporting Made Easy for Training Managers. What is Tin Can API, LRS, Offline Tracking for elearning course. Arabic Linguistic Skills Training, multilingual e-learning solutions. Highlights Arabic language (Right-Left script direction) courses developed using Articulate Storyline (an elearning development software)Modern Arabic designs are used for course theme and graphic elements – elearning localizationSCORM 2004 compliant course for client-side Learning Management System (LMS)Fully interactive and media rich course Requirement Profile An UAE based educational institution want to convert the Arabic language learning material (PowerPoint Presentations) in online eLearning courses.
These materials were in the form of Lecture Notes used as a teaching aid in classroom based or face-to-face ILT training. The training material was focused on following skills: Speaking SkillsWriting SkillsReading Skills andGrammar Skills The institution decided to make these material available to a larger group of learners and wanted to add more instructional design value with features such as: The institution was equipped with their own SCORM 2004 compliant learning management system. Introducing Note-Taking feature in Elearning: Print or Email Learner’s Notes in Articulate Storyline 2. What is Tin Can API, LRS, Offline Tracking for elearning course. Tin Can API, the successor to SCORM has been making news in the eLearning industry for a while due to its unique features such as offline tracking, tracking learner experience, reducing the need for an LMS, etc.
In this blog, we will majorly focus on things that most of us aren’t aware of – Demystifying Tin Can API. Naming Confusion: Tin Can, Experience API and xAPI all these three are same. Many of us often misunderstand it as 3 different APIs. So, what’s the story? This is because, originally Tin Can was developed by Rustici Software as a research project in collaboration with ADL (Advance Distribute Learning) and the project was named as “Tin Can”. No Need of LMS? We often hear people saying Tin Can doesn’t need an LMS to run eLearning course! If there is no LMS where will our courses be hosted? So, my answer to the first question is — it’s true that we don’t need an LMS to host a Tin Can eLearning course and instead can use a normal server that we use for website hosting. The Cost of Not Training Your Employees Can Cost You a Lot. Articulate Storyline 2: Running notes of course print or email. What do students or learners do when they want to remember something during a lecture or a classroom session?
— They simply take notes. Every learner gains knowledge and understanding of same information differently, so they take notes differently. Notes taking is one of the important tools to enhance the learning process. Since most of modern day’s leaning has moved to the internet in the form of eLearning, Mobile Learning, Microlearning, etc., it can be life changing if we could introduce notes taking in eLearning as well. You can now encourage your learners to take notes while going through an eLearning course. In this blog, we will demonstrate how to add Notes-taking feature for Articulate Storyline courses which can be printed or emailed. Let’s get started. Before we jump in to the steps, let’s have a look at our final output with the help of the animations below. Print Feature – Demo Email Feature – Demo Step: 1 Step: 2 Step 3: Add two buttons, Print and Email in the Notes layer.
The prominent eLearning authoring tools we use today are Articulate Storyline, Lectora, Captivate, Elucidat, etc. for custom eLearning as well as multi-device eLearning. Every tool has its utility based on what eLearning requirement it suits for. Time and Instructional Strategy are two major factors considered while selecting an eLearning course development tool. Instructional designers have key role in selecting the right authoring tool. They will act as a guiding needle between the learning requirements and the selection of course development tool. In this blog, we will discuss an Instructional Designer’s take on Articulate Rise. Suitable for all Types of Content.