March 10, 2011

Adding Spice to Compliance Training with #AdobeCaptivate 5 now On Demand

This week’s eSeminar, Adding Spice to Compliance Training with Adobe Captivate 5 was extremely popular with participants. One of the most common requests was for the sample file that I used to demonstrate the concepts and ideas – in fact I got many emails after the session asking for the sample so people could share it with colleagues and managers.

This is in fact a common problem in eLearning and online training development, the special problems created by compliance training are genuine and often very challenging. In the presentation I talked a good deal about how we can face those real-world challenges, and when / how it is appropriate to add some spice, some entertainment value and other engaging elements to your content. Below you’ll find the link to the on demand recording, as well as the slide deck I used for the first part of the presentation.

On Demand URL: http://adobe.ly/gdWUBy

Posted by Allen Partridge11:57 PM
  • Paul

    Anyone heard of any replacement for flash player and acrobat writer? We are soOOooo
    tired of all of the updates!

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