How to use Fluid Boxes for Web Responsive Design in Captivate 2017 Captivate 2017 is the recent launch by Adobe and is turning out to be A piece of cake for eLearning developers to create responsive ELearning modules. If I have to pick an eye catching feature from the tool I would surely pick “Fluid Boxes” which is one of the new features added to Captivate 2017. With Fluid Boxes, developers relish unique authoring experiences and develop responsive HTML5-based eLearning content faster, without programming knowledge. Open Adobe Captivate 2017 and select “Responsive Project” and then click on “Create”. From the options available at the top, click on “Fluid Box”.
What’s New in Articulate Storyline 360? – Swift eLearning Services The recently released Articulate 360 comes with a gamut of eLearning products that simplify and speedup custom and rapid eLearning development. Most eLearning developers awaited and expected the upgraded version of Storyline 2, Articulate’s core eLearning authoring tool. Contrary to this belief, Articulate introduced Storyline 360, an updated version Storyline 2 with enhanced features.
Elucidat VS Articulate Storyline The Elucidat is a simpler and faster cloud-based eLearning authoring tool that can help you deliver high quality responsive eLearning courses – 50% faster. Elucidat makes eLearning development incredibly easy for the developers with a little or no training required. Given the technical constraints, creating HTML5 multi-device / mobile learning has never been so easy. Elucidat cuts out unwanted steps in the eLearning development process and helps in creating highly engaging eLearning in shorter timelines. In this blog, we will discuss the key benefits of Elucidat while highlighting relevant interactions to create responsive eLearning.
Women in leadership eLearning course, Training & Certification Course Overview: “Be First And Be Lonely.” Ginny Rometty, Chairwoman & CEO of IBM. On a global scale, women make up an equitable segment of the workforce. Unfortunately for women, their male colleagues are promoted at a much higher rate. Women offer great work ethnics, and bring something different from men to the workforce, but many times it goes unnoticed. Storyline 360 Motion Path Animations, Triggers in elearning Have you ever tried to replicate Flash animations in Storyline? It is now possible with Articulate Storyline 360 with motion path animations. Articulate Storyline 360 has an array of entrance, exit and motion path animations that you can use to orient objects.
Is Mobile Learning An Ideal Solution To Train Your Sales Team On The Field? Here’s the case study that explains how mobile learning or mLearning can be the right training strategy for on-the-go employees. Client Overview Our client, a leading product based company, was focused on building sales skills among sales professionals to improve their sales productivity and close more sales. The Challenge Most of the sales team were on the field and didn’t have time to attend classroom training due to their busy schedules. Using Custom Made GUI Design to Personalize E-Learning This eLearning templates library helps you develop state-of-the-art eLearning courses with minimum graphic expertise. Just three steps to unburden the big task – Download, Customize and Publish. eLearning GUI templates Custom designed eLearning course skin/shell has following sections, Course Banner – It is to display <branding logo> on top right and <course name> on top left and list of buttons such as Menu, Closed Caption(cc), Download, Home, Help, Resources on canvasTitle bar – It shows <slide title> and <slide number>Content display area – It is a canvas to present graphics and texts using custom designed or pre-designed layouts (eLearning Templates). It also includes Back and Next course-navigational buttons to the canvas.
Cyber Security eLearning Courses - Certification Program Welcome to the world of virtual reality wherein every organization is responsible for ensuring Cyber Security. The ability to protect an organizations information system from impairment or theft is essential. Implementing effective security measures will not only offer liability protection, but, it also increase efficiency and productivity. Course Intro: This eLearning course has 12 units on Cyber Security which help participants to understand the different types of Malware and Security breaches. Units:
Articulate Storyline 360 Vs Rise - Building responsive elearning “Responsive eLearning design” is the need of the hour for multi-device eLearning. It is the best approach to deliver the eLearning content that adapts and responds to all devices providing optimal mobile learning experience with its HTML5 output. Authoring tools such as Elucidat, Adobe Captivate 9, Articulate Storyline 360 and Articulate Rise can make the eLearning development job even easier without any coding knowledge. With the wide range of available options in responsive authoring tools, it is very important for an eLearning developer to pick the right tool that fits the requirements appropriately in a more cost-effective manner. In this blog, we will help you decide the best tool that fits your responsive eLearning requirement while comparing Articulate Storyline 360 Vs Articulate Rise with the help of a sample course. When should you go for Storyline 360?
How Technology Integration is changing the way we learn Today, more than ever, technology is a crucial part of our daily ventures and this involvement is only going to become more intrinsic with the passage of time. With the introduction of technology into the educational system, there have been some forthcoming changes which will enhance the student’s learning capabilities and make studying easier at the same time. Let us look into a few of the key aspects of how the educational system can be improved upon with the help of technological integration. ● Makes learning and teaching easier: Teachers have been struggling for a long time trying to make students understand topics with theoretical explanations, but essentially end up losing face as not every student is able to understand the topics in the correct manner. Teachers have to leave what the student grasped out of the explanation to what the student has perceived and how the student visualizes what he has understood using his imagination. :
Simplification of eLearning Design for Effective Course Content The main purpose of eLearning courses is to make the training material (or learning) as simple as possible for the students rather than giving all sorts of irrelevant information. You need to put in relevant information, and make sure it does not cross the human brain’s capacity to understand and be able to store all that. Improving the quality of the eLearning content is a major hurdle faced by all designers. Time Management Online Training Course, Certification Program Course Overview: Time management training most often begins with setting goals. These goals are recorded and may be broken down into a project, an action plan, or a simple task list. Activities are then rated based on urgency and importance, priorities assigned, and deadlines set. This process results in a plan with a task list or calendar of activities.
Could blended learning be Africa’s recipe for educational success? More and more learners are turning to online courses that enable them to participate in primary, secondary and tertiary education over the web and at a distance from campus. Debates rage over how best to implement e-learning, particularly in regions such as Sub-Sahara Africa which are ripe for educational reform. In this article, I explain how blended learning works and why it is the ideal choice for the African continent. Finally, I formulate some effective strategies for rolling out these types of distance education schemes in Africa. This article will be of interest to anyone who wishes to learn more about the latest developments in edtech, and it is relevant both to teachers and lecturers and to learners themselves, as well as being of value to anyone running or wishing to set up an edtech company in Africa. The educational situation in Africa: where we stand now