November 27, 2012

Training: Teaching and Learning with Adobe Captivate 6

Topic: Teaching and Learning with Adobe Captivate 6

Description: When you Google ‘Captivate 6′, the first hit you come to features this quote – “Adobe Captivate 6 software is the industry-leading elearning authoring software for rapidly creating and maintaining interactive eLearning content.” A bold statement but what does that mean in the real world? What makes one eLearning authoring tool more ‘industry-leading’ than another?

This week’s presenter, Dave Dunbar, will suggest that is comes down to versatility, in that many of today’s educational gadgets, gizmos and applications are simply one trick ponies, with very limited shelf lives.

David will demonstrate how a number of different teaching and learning methods can be facilitated using this authoring software, providing solutions in so many different areas of education, and not just eLearning. The letters of the word Captivate will be used to help illustrate these points –

  • Case Studies
  • Activities
  • Presentations
  • Tutorials
  • Independent Learning
  • Visiting Speakers
  • Assignments
  • Tests
  • ELearning

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