Topic: My First eLearning Course with Adobe Presenter 8
Description: Adobe Presenter 8 is very easy-to-use rapid authoring tool which helps you transform your boring presentations to interactive and trackable eLearning content. Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh and Vish, Adobe eLearning Evangelists, as they take you through a journey of creating an interactive eLearning course from scratch to finish using the all-new features of Adobe Presenter 8. Don’t miss it!
Description: Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh to learn about the new enhancements in Multi-SCO Packager in Adobe eLearning Suite 6. Watch as they combine content created from products within the eLearning Suite, like Adobe Captivate 6, Flash Professional CS6, Dreamweaver CS6, and Adobe Presenter 8 and then publish the course to SCORM 2004 LMSs, and track module-specific results effortlessly.
During this session, we will discuss:
Creating SCO from Adobe Captivate 6, Adobe Presenter 8, Adobe Dreamweaver CS6, Adobe Flash CS6, and Adobe Acrobat X
Combining the SCOs from different applications into a single SCO using Multi-SCO Packager’s two new templates.
I’m excited to be bringing you the first sneak peek of Adobe eLearning Suite 6! One of the major enhancements to the suite is the new and improved Multi-SCO packager- where you not only can combine SCOs from multiple products in Adobe eLearning Suite but can now also make it more engaging with Pre-test and Post-test scenarios. Want to know more about it? Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts on this exciting new feature.
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Topic: “So, what were the right answers, anyway?” Using Advanced Actions and Variables for Quizzing
Description: Have you ever taken a quiz, passed with 80%, but wondered about the 20% you got wrong and why? In many quizzes, as soon as a learner passes a quiz, the course ends and the learner may never find out what the right answers were on the ones they missed — a serious missed learning opportunity for the curious and the conscientious. This session shows one method to quickly and elegantly show the user which question(s) he answered incorrectly and what the correct answer is. Get ready for a dive into conditional variables and a handy tool in the quiz panel you may have overlooked in the past: triggering an advanced action based on a correct or incorrect answer.
Topic: Let’s Explore the Advanced Quizzing Options with Adobe Captivate 6
Description: Creating quizzes with Adobe Captivate is a simple task, but there are a lot of advanced options available to take your quizzes to the next level. Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh and Vish to explore these advanced quizzing options available with Adobe Captivate.
When I had shared Quiz + Course templates a few months back, some Adobe Captivate users asked me for an Architecture-based theme. And I thought why not! 🙂 So here’s a new template which you can use right away for creating your eLearning content.
Last week, a Captivate user had posted a question on our Facebook page. She was working on a course which had a few modules and an assessment in the end. In this course, she wanted to create a customized menu page with all the modules and assessment listed and clicking them would take the learner to respective module/assessment. The requirement was to have the learners take the modules in any order before the final assessment becomes accessible.
So here’s an answer to your question, Christine 🙂
In this example, I have created a course with four modules and an assessment. The requirement is to allow the learner to attempt the assessment section only after they have completed taking all the modules. Try it out…
Navigating from a question slide based on the answer chosen is not only engaging but also proven method of teaching a topic or a concept. Doing this in Adobe Captivate is very easy by using the power of a property for Answer option called ‘Advanced Answer Option’. Watch the video below to learn more and let us know your thoughts…
Yet another chance to win an iPad3… we have launched Scenario-based Training contest on our Facebook Page. I’d encourage you to participate in this contest with your entries. Watch the video below for more details…
After the successful HTML5 contest for Adobe Captivate on our Facebook Page, we’re launching a global contest for the best Scenario-based training content created using Adobe Captivate. This contest is live now on our Facebook page.
It’s always interesting to see how people use question slides, sometimes amongst the content slides as knowledge check questions, sometimes as pre-test and sometimes to validate the learning through a post-test. In any of these scenarios, especially while using the question slides as knowledge check, we hit upon something known as Quiz Scope. What’s that by the way? We all know about it but may not be familiar with the exact terminology ‘Quiz Scope’.
Scenario-based courses help learners to try workflows as they proceed and learn as they make mistakes and learn. I wanted to create one such course and thought of taking my HTML5 course on Photography Basics to the next level by adding another scenario, in that way teaching two topics of Photography. Watch the course below to know more…