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Soon Elearning Will Be A Thing of the Past! Articulate Storyline Sending Score to LMS using JavaScript. JavaScript can be of great help to take your eLearning courses developed in the Storyline to the next level, be it Storyline 1, Storyline 2 or Storyline 360.

Articulate Storyline Sending Score to LMS using JavaScript

It lets you extend the functionality of the built-in tools in Storyline that come by default. With JavaScript, you not only can update the Storyline variable, but it also comes handy while working with the eLearning courses that are going to land up in an LMS after eLearning development. JavaScript in Storyline gives you control to manipulate and use the information coming from LMS and being sent to LMS. Few popular examples of such scenarios are: Articulate 360 Rise features review, Swift Elearning. Rise is one of the three brand new authoring tools (Rise, Peek and Preso) that comes with the Articulate 360 subscription.

Articulate 360 Rise features review, Swift Elearning

With simple and user-friendly interface, this authoring tool allows you to create fully responsive eLearning and mobile learning courses. I’ve had the opportunity to explore the features of Articulate Rise. First impression: Rise is flexible and easy-to-use web-based authoring tool for both instructional designers and developers. Top Learning Management System, LMS, Learning portal, Swift. Mobile Learning Solutions. Free Online elearning Course on Anti-bribery and Corruption. Failure to prevent bribery and corruption can be very expensive for organizations.

Free Online elearning Course on Anti-bribery and Corruption

Having a complete understanding on anti- bribery and anti-corruption laws could mitigate these risks. For an organization, we understand how important is compliance training and its ever-growing needs. Swift offers Off-the-Shelf Anti-bribery and Corruption Compliance eLearning course free of cost. Target Audience: Relevant for all staff – employees, supervisors or managers. Human Capital Management Solutions. How to use JavaScript in Lectora Inspire for Elearning. JavaScript is the widely used client-side scripting language on the web.

How to use JavaScript in Lectora Inspire for Elearning

It’s used for adding functionality to web pages, web form validation or manipulating objects on a webpage. This makes it a very useful tool in the skill set of any e-Learning developer or instructional designer especially while working with Lectora Inspire eLearning projects. Here’s the case study that explains how we used JavaScript to build a simulation-based eLearning as part of application training.