“Course Companion for Adobe Captivate 6(A3C)” – a solution which can help you track how learners have been interacting with your Adobe Captivate courses. It gives you insight on aspects such as:
- how much time learners are spending on slide
- which interactive items they are interacting with
- how much time they are away from slide, on which slide they are dropping out of the course
- how many times they are visiting a slide
- how they have been performing on the quiz.
Based on these analyses, you can know about how learners are reacting to your course. If this is not how you expected your courses to perform, you can make changes to the courses and re circulate them.
After publishing a new version of the course, you can also compare two versions based on many parameters to analyze how the new version has been received as compared to the older version.
Course Companion for Adobe Captivate (A3C) has been on adobe labs for while. With the release of Adobe Captivate 6, this has also evolved quite a bit and you can use it with the current version of Adobe Captivate.
The important enhancements are support for tracking HTML 5 content, support for new question type pretest, and performance improvements.
The following steps describe how to make your Adobe Captivate course ‘trackable’ by A3C.
- Open the course you want to track. Select Window -> Widget. Select A3c.wdgt from the widget panel.
- The A3C widget dialog will appear. Enter your Adobe ID and Password.
- Enter details like Module name and version which are mandatory. Select Register.
- On seeing the success message – Say OK to the dialog.
- In the property inspector – timing – Select “rest of project” in “Display for” combo box.
- The course is ready to be tracked.
Distribute the published version of course to learners.
To view the usage reports and analyze how your course is faring
- Open www.adobe.com/go/cp_dashboard
- Login using your Adobe ID and password.
- See the reports which are grouped in various tabs like detailed, quiz, interactions etc.
See Adobe Captivate simulation below to learn how you can use it inside .cp projects.
Please leave a comment to let us know how you used it.