April 5, 2012

Training: Captivate Your Learners with Engaging eLearning

Topic: Captivate Your Learners with Engaging eLearning

Description: Join Dr. Risa Blair, Adobe Captivate enthusiast, as she transforms a bland course into a captivating experience for her learners. She will also be discussing some best practices of creating instructionally sound eLearning courses.

Recording Link: http://adobe.ly/K6Ural

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  • Nick

    Looks like the link is broken. Please repost.

  • Spagnola

    Dr. Pooja, I’m quite impressed with Captivate 8 and think it’s going to revolutionize our training program and really get our employees excited about learning. I’ve made some cool sample courses and started using the Interactions in 8.1 but now I’m stuck! How do revise the pyramid stack so that it only has 3 buttons? Also, is there a way to hide the forward buttons so that the learner cannot skip the content and advance to the last slide?
    Thanks for any help you can give!

    • Dr. Pooja Jaisingh

      I’m glad you like Captivate 8 🙂

      To remove the buttons on Pyramid Stack. Double click the title and it will show up a Minus (Delete) sign. Click the Minus sign and you will be able to remove it from the stack.

      • Spagnola

        Ahhh – the minus sign. Got it. Thanks!

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