November 19, 2012

My Experience with Creating a Scenario-based Course: Part 5

I demonstrated this project at the eLearning DemoFest 2012 event, where a variety of solutions for day-to-day eLearning challenges including tools, technologies, and processes are showcased. And the good news is that this course won the Best Soft Skills Course award. 🙂 🙂

For DemoFest, I used the same course that I’ve shared with you in this blog series, made some cosmetic changes to it along with adding a lightbox-style menu and used some canned interactions to create the Top Issues and New Features pop-ups. I’ll share a few short tutorials on how to create these interactions in a couple of days on the Captivate Tutorials page. Stay tuned!

For now, let’s take a look at this new and improved course:

Want to know more about this course? Join me on 17th Jan 2013 and I’ll take you through the entire journey of creating this course from content acquisition, analysis, storyboarding, graphic design, audio recording and editing, to course integration.

Interested in knowing more about this and the other winning entries at eLearning DemoFest 2012? Register here for a session organized by The eLearning Guild team on 28th Nov 2012.

Happy captivating! 🙂


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