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November 23, 2012

Social Learning using Twitter

As E-learning course authors you would have wished to help your students when they are stuck instantly and your students could also collaborate among themselves  real time more like a classroom setup which results in effective learning. This real time collaboration is now possible using Adobe Captivate Course Companion widget which is now extend to support this . There is no installation required for the course author  all he has to do is to insert the widget in captivate course and check enable for collaboration  and we do the rest.

Students and author can now exchange tweets right inside the course and also using any twitter client of their choice . Author dashboard is now extended to show these messages as well and author can collaborate right inside the dash board . A unique feature worth a mention is in context sharing of information among the participants .

Please watch the videos below and find out for yourself how simple is to enable collaboration and how cool is to collaborate real time. Early beta is around the corner and if you want to try this out and share your feedback please send an email to -sjayaram@adobe.com Continue reading…

Posted by Suresh Jayaraman2:35 AM Permalink
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