September 22, 2011
Topic: Import/Export workflows in Adobe Captivate 5.5
Description: Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh to learn about different import/export workflows available in Adobe Captivate 5.5. In this session, they will show you how to export project captions, preferences, object styles, etc. They will also share some best practices related to these workflows.
August 19, 2011
Topic: Let’s Explore the Branching View in Adobe Captivate 5.5
Description: Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh to learn how to use the Branching panel effectively in Adobe Captivate 5.5.
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Topic: Using Advanced Actions and Variables in Adobe Captivate 5.5
Date and time: Thursday, Sept 15, 2011 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM US/Pacific
Description: Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh to create exciting eLearning content and add complex interactivity by using Advanced Actions and Variables.
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August 8, 2011
I’m thrilled to share with you all that early next month I’ll be hosting another Master Class; Adobe eLearning Master Class: Cathy Moore chats with Allen Partridge on Saving the World from Boring eLearning. The session is scheduled for September 07, 2011 from 8-9 AM US Pacific time.
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April 10, 2011
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…
April 7, 2011
Over the past year we’ve been thrilled to present more than 50 eSeminars for thousands of AdobeCaptivate and Adobe eLearning Suite users and now we’re stepping it up another notch. What started as weekly eSeminars every Wednesday has now grown to as many as three sessions a week. Yesterday RJ announced that we’ll be starting weekly open sessions called “Ask the Adobe eLearning Team.” These open format sessions are Continue reading…
March 9, 2011
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.
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February 28, 2011
It’s easy sometimes to feel like your application capture process is going to capture you. Learning to do application capture well can be a considerable challenge. That’s why I wanted to do an eSeminar showing you some of the best application capture examples I have seen. I was thrilled to be able to do this demo to a packed house of well over 200 Adobe Captivate enthusiasts a couple of weeks ago. If you missed it, the recent session on Adobe Captivate and eLearning Suite used to create Application Capture Training (or video capture / screen capture) is now available on demand at the Adobe website. This was an enormously popular session with loads of great tips and tricks about how to go about creating best practice application captures for demos and training.
eSeminar LINK: http://adobe.ly/hKiekG
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.
January 25, 2011
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…
January 24, 2011
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…