Posts tagged "Adobe Captivate webinar"

April 10, 2011

Migrating from a Presenter Workflow to an #AdobeCaptivate 5 Workflow; The how and why (eSeminar now On Demand)

Is a PowerPoint to Presenter workflow just too limited for you? Most eLearning professionals, trainers and instructional designers quickly realize that a workflow based entirely on PowerPoint is just too narrow in scope to meet the broad needs and interests of authoring online educational content. So how difficult is Continue reading…

Posted by Allen Partridge7:09 PM Permalink
March 22, 2011

eSeminar Now Available: Adding Interactivity to eLearning Courses with Adobe Captivate 5

Last week we conducted the fourth session in the Adobe Captivate Training series. The session was about Adding Interactivity to eLearning Courses with Adobe Captivate 5.

In this training session, we demonstrated how to add various interactive and noninteractive objects to eLearning course and the best practices of using these objects in Adobe Captivate projects. We did so by displaying a completed course to the attendees, where we had used most of the Adobe Captivate objects and then went on to create the course from scratch.

Here’s the link to access the on demand recording for the session: http://adobe.ly/ehQWdi

Posted by poojajaisingh2:04 PM Permalink
March 14, 2011

eSeminar Now Available: Enhancing PowerPoint Courses with Adobe Captivate 5

We successfully delivered last week’s eSeminar on Enhancing PowerPoint Courses with Adobe Captivate 5. This eSeminar is a part of Captivate training program.

In this training session, we focused on converting the existing eLearning courses from PowerPoint to Adobe Captivate projects with the help of an example. We also discussed Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh8:12 PM Permalink
March 10, 2011

eSeminar Now Available: Introduction to Capture Workflows using Adobe Captivate 5

One of the major workflows in Adobe Captivate 5 is the Capture workflow. We use capture workflows to demonstrate Application Simulations, Product demos, etc.

To introduce these workflows, we had a two-part series eSeminar discussing different recording options available such as Automatic and Manual recording of either screen area or an application. Session also focused on different preview/publish options available catering to Web distribution or stand-alone distribution.

The recordings of these sessions is available at Adobe OnDemand Seminars page, you can also click the links below to view the recorded sessions.

Introduction to Capture – Part 1
Introduction to Capture – Part 2

Posted by Vish9:52 PM Permalink
March 9, 2011

Training on Adobe Captivate: Enhancing PowerPoint Courses with Adobe Captivate 5

We have successfully delivered two sessions of Captivate training program where we discussed about the Application Capture Workflow and received overwhelming feedback from the attendees. We are ready for the next session on Thursday, March 10, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM Pacific Time.

This week’s session Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh1:59 PM Permalink
February 28, 2011

Captivate 5 Beginner Tips: How to Avoid the Most Common Mistakes: eSeminar Online

In this eSeminar I walk listeners / viewers through an introduction to Billy Simington the mistake machine. By following poor Billy’s misadventures we learn a ton of tips and tricks for beginners about how to use AdobeCaptivate. Included were brief discussions of text, rollover text, transitions, preferences, object styles and working with the timeline. I’m also including here a link to the resource files I used in the demo, as well as of course the link to the eSeminar.

Demo Source:cpCommonProbs
eSeminar:http://adobe.ly/fug8GY

Posted by Allen Partridge7:17 PM Permalink
January 25, 2011

eSeminar Now Available: Creating Effective eLearning with the Pre-training Principle

Each week I describe an element of Cognitive Theory of Multimedia eLearning and give examples of how to implement that principle using Adobe Captivate and Adobe eLearning Suite. Part 9 of 10 in the Creating effective eLearning Modules Series (Pre-training): http://adobe.ly/hpcpQl

The focus of the eSeminar was on the pre-training principle. We focused on creating effective eLearning content, utilizing the Pre-training Principle to facilitate better learning. The pre-training principle … Continue reading…

Posted by Allen Partridge12:40 AM Permalink
January 24, 2011

eSeminar Now Available: Creating Effective eLearning with the Segmenting Principle

Each week I describe an element of Cognitive Theory of Multimedia eLearning and give examples of how to implement that principle using Adobe Captivate and Adobe eLearning Suite. Part 8 of 10 in the Creating effective eLearning Modules Series (Segmenting): http://adobe.ly/dQ8ZGo

The focus of the eSeminar was on the segmenting principle. We focused on creating effective eLearning content, utilizing the Segmenting Principle to facilitate better learning. The segmenting principle indicates that learning is more effective when information or ideas … Continue reading…

Posted by Allen Partridge11:09 PM Permalink
May 11, 2010

Live online Adobe Captivate 5 & eLearning Suite eSeminar Wednesday

An overview of the new features in Adobe eLearning Suite 2 and Adobe Captivate 5 for trainers, educators and eLearning professionals. Learn how to maximize your productivity, create engaging media-rich online learning materials and easily distribute them with the complete toolkit for eLearning authoring. The eLearning Suite adds round tripping, course building extensions and amazing new direct capture from Flash to create powerful, professional workflows that will save you time, money and headaches.

Leverage the integration between Adobe Captivate and Acrobat.com along with Adobe Captivate Reviewer and the new Quiz Results Analyzer to track and interpret the results of online testing. Discover how Adobe Captivate’s new Interface and workflow can help you produce more professional projects faster than ever and see how the new filters, custom animation support and video synching may be used to create compelling content to acquire and hold the attention of your learners.

http://bit.ly/8XYGjD (Just login with your Adobe ID to register and get the event details.)

I look forward to seeing you there, and sharing a live demo of the new features in Adobe Captivate 5 and eLearning Suite 2.

Posted by Allen Partridge7:16 PM Permalink
January 15, 2010

mLearning eSeminars now aVailable

I couldn’t resisted the opportunity to highlight the growing number of lowercase aTtachments to various terms in an attempt to describe efficiently the evergrowing array of associations. ;)

We’ve created links to this weeks Adobe eLearning eSeminars at the locations below. The sessions were well attended and each lasted about an hour. The first has a more pragmatic emphasis with a focus on creating and delivering mLearning solutions using Adobe Captivate and the eLearning Suite. The second is a deeper dive into the issues surrounding mLearning. Is it time to explore this channel? Are we hitting a new wave? Is it all still just hype? Links are below;

Title: How do I make eLearning mobile?
Duration: 01:00:29
URL for Viewing: https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?loc=en_us&id=1578639&event=register_no_session

Summary: A step by step walk through of producing mobile eLearning content with Captivate and the eLearning Suite.
Language: English

Title: Is it really time for mobile eLearning?
Duration: 01:03:48
URL for Viewing: https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?loc=en_us&id=1578643&event=register_no_session

Summary: mLearning; Beyond the Hype. A discussion of deeper issues relative to mobile delivery and eLearning. What is the critical tipping point? An examination of the mobile environment demographics and fiscal motives. A quest to find and share information about successful, and unsuccessful attempts at eLearning with mobile delivery.

Language: English

Posted by Allen Partridge8:16 PM Permalink
August 9, 2009

Webinar – Driving Self-Service Success in Technical Support

Context – Self-service success is at an all-time low with an industry average of 40%. Self-service Knowledgebases today are mostly based on text based formats – PDF, Doc and HTML.

In this webinar, we will talk about how Captivate has helped create rich media content/videos in knowledgebases to deliver great results on self-service metrics and improving training efficiencies – with no special skills required. The webinar will also show ‘how-to movies’ can help in increasing resolution rates and agent productivity.

John Ragsdale, VP – Technology Research, SSPA and I will be speaking in this webinar.

If you work in the Operations/Quality/Training department in support organizations, you should attend this webinar.

When: Thursday, August 13th, 2009, 9 AM US/Pacific

You can register for the webinar by clicking here.

Posted by Akshay Bharadwaj4:53 AM Permalink
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