by Guillaume Privat
Welcome back from your labor day break ! I hope you had a great summer. If you have not paid attention to some of the announcements made by Adobe over the summer in the e-learning space, let me recap them briefly:
– Captivate 6 was introduced in July with the ability to publish to HTML5 , in order to publish e-learning content that can work cross devices.
– Presenter 8 was introduced in July part of the new e-Learning Suite release. Along with Presenter 8 came an iOS app available for free on the app store. It enables to play back Presenter authored content on any iOS device.
– Adobe Connect 9 was launched in August with the ability to support SCORM content and to support HTML5 content like the one out-put by Captivate 6. It also introduced a brand new registration catalog based on Adobe CQ leading web content management platform.
– Connect Mobile 2.0 app became available both on the AppStore and Google Play as a free app. It enables not only learners to attend a virtual classroom from any device, but most importably teacher to teach a class from any device, with the ability to whiteboard, load documents, change lay-outs etc…
All these announcements mean that today using all the tools that make up our Adobe Digital Learning Solution, you can author content that will run on any device, add this content in structured curriculum our courses, deploy these courses live or on-demand across any device and report on the pass/fail score but also on the effectiveness of the content.
We will talk more about this end to end e-learning solution for any device that we released over the summer at our coming e-Learning Summit. To learn more or register, please visit: http://bit.ly/MYEW9J