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:

Posted by poojajaisingh2:04 PM
  • vilu

    Thanks for the presentation, it’ll definitely help me make smarter use of C5. I’ve a few suggestions:
    1. Making the finished project down-loadable will increase the effectiveness of learning several fold by letting learners put it through its paces and examining it in detail.
    2. Making the tutorial down-loadable will make it easier to share it in a group for discussion as not everyone has the time at the same instance to take a look.

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