March 16, 2011
The fourth session in the Adobe Captivate training program is scheduled for tomorrow -March 17th, 9AM to 10.30AM US Pacific Time. If you’ve been following this blog, by now you know that the training program is scheduled for every Thursday of the week. If you missed any of the previous three sessions, you can find the details to access the first two recordings here, and the third one here.
In tomorrow’s session you will learn about interactive objects in Adobe Captivate 5. Pooja and Vish will also discuss the best practices for using these objects in your Captivate projects. At the end of this session, you should be better equipped to create good interactive eLearning content using Adobe Captivate!
Click here to register for tomorrow’s training session. Do remember to log into Connect at least 5 minutes before the start.
March 1, 2011
We had a great kick-off to our Captivate training program last week, with more than 200 attendees. The feedback we’ve received this far is very positive and the trainers are busy providing the finishing touches to the next module scheduled for March 3rd. The next session will be a continuation of last week’s Application Capture workflow training, and will address Capture features like Full Motion Recording and Manual Recording. We are striving to make these sessions more interactive and participatory and any feedback in this regard is appreciated. You can register for this weeks session (Application Capture- part 2) here.
Please note that this training package constitutes 30 such sessions, one every Thursday (9.00AM – 10.30 AM pacific time). So do mark your calendars, and we’ll soon have the registration link for the remaining sessions set up.
I would also like to introduce Dr. Pooja Jaisingh who facilitated last week’s training session (and will be leading on some of the future sessions). Pooja, a PhD in education technology, joins Adobe with rich ID experience from past stints at JP Morgan and NIIT. In addition to these training sessions, Pooja will be starting a new series on this blog that showcase some basic examples of screens, objects and scenarios used in eLearning courses; followed by step-by-step instructions on how she went about creating them. We hope our eLearning community will find this series hepful.