Posts tagged "Ease of use"
When? Thursday, March 7th, 2013, 8am-9am PST
Description: Adding interactivity to an eLearning course improves the engagement level with the learners. Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh in multi-part series to learn about the basics of Actions and Advanced Actions in Adobe Captivate 6. In these sessions, we will be showcasing some real-life eLearning examples to explain the concepts better.
Topic: Interactivity using Actions: Basics and Advanced – Part 5
Description: Adding interactivity to an eLearning course improves the engagement level with the learners. Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh and Vish in multi-part series to learn about the basics of Actions and Advanced Actions in Adobe Captivate 6. In these sessions, we will be showcasing some real-life eLearning examples to explain the concepts better.
Description: Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh and Vish as they take you through an interesting tour of the new features introduced in the exclusive update for subscription and ASA customers. During this session, learn how to use the Adobe Captivate App Packager to add HTML5 animations and package your courses as an app. Also learn how to create custom drag-and-drop interactions using Captivate, record system audio, author in right-to-left languages, add new interactions to your courses like Jigsaw, Hourglass, and Hangman, and much more.
By now you must have realized that I love reading books, especially if they are related to eLearning, Instructional Design, mLearning, or Captivate. This time I picked up books authored by Kevin Siegel, who is a fantastic trainer and a fabulous person with a great sense of humor.
I’ve attended some of his face-to-face and online trainings in the past and he has a magic mantra of keeping the audience engaged in the class throughout the session. There’s absolutely no dull moment in his class and I really admire him for that! So, my self-assigned task while reading these books was to gauge if his books were as engaging and effective as his training sessions are!
The mission started with Continue reading…
Yesterday during our Captivate training session, we announced the results for Adobe Presenter Knowledge Sharing Contest. Thanks to Anita Horsley, Joe Ganci, and Nancy Rayes for judging the contest entries.
Here are the winning entries:
First prize goes to Dave Dunbar for his video on Using Xtranormal for Education to Engage Your Students! Dave has won $3000 cash as the first prize!
Second prize: Rod Ward for his video on New Infosemantics Widgets for Adobe Captivate. Rod has won a full licensed copy of Adobe eLearning Suite 6 + Logitech HD Webcam + Blue Yeti Mic
Third prize: Dave Buell for his video on Adding a Captivate Quiz to InDesign / DPS. Dave has won a full licensed copy of Adobe eLearning Suite 6 + Logitech HD Webcam + Blue Yeti Mic
Congratulations Dave Dunbar, Rod Ward, and Dave Buell for winning the contest!
eLearning Characters make Great Presenters
In my last guest post, I talked about how you can use characters as eLearning avatars or guides in your eLearning courses. In addition to using characters as avatars, you can also use characters as presenters. For example, you could use a presenter as:
- A teacher in front of a blackboard
- A news anchor with a TV behind him
- An employee with a clipboard (or in front of a whiteboard or on a stage) Continue reading…
Adding interactivity in an eLearning course improves the engagement level with the learners. Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaising in Multi-Part series to learn the basics of Actions and Advanced Actions in Adobe Captivate 6. In these sessions, we will learn using various examples that can be used in every eLearning courses.
Topic: Teaching and Learning with Adobe Captivate 6
Description: When you Google ‘Captivate 6′, the first hit you come to features this quote – “Adobe Captivate 6 software is the industry-leading elearning authoring software for rapidly creating and maintaining interactive eLearning content.” A bold statement but what does that mean in the real world? What makes one eLearning authoring tool more ‘industry-leading’ than another? Continue reading…
Description: Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh, eLearning DemoFest 2012 winner for Best Soft Skills Course, as she shares the secrets of creating an award-winning scenario-based course. She will be taking you through the entire journey of creating the Captivate Customer Service Team Training course from content acquisition, analysis, storyboarding, graphic design, audio recording and editing, to course integration.
Guest Blog by: David Dunbar, Seasoned Educational Professional at Mochrum E-Learning Development
When trying to think of how to begin my first ever ‘official’ blog, I thought about trying to make some profound or controversial statement, to provoke a response amongst the Captivate community! However, when it comes to Education, it would be difficult to say something very new or different, as teaching and learning affects absolutely every single person, in the whole wide world!
From nurseries, to adult education, kindergartens to IT courses for the elderly, we all learn, and are taught, which makes the job of the educational technologist difficult yet exciting, puzzling yet challenging, all in equal measure!
Therefore, rather than beginning my very first Captivate blog with a profound or controversial question, intended to make an impact, I offer a small but perfectly formed conundrum -
How can Captivate be used by educationists to cope with the puzzling, challenging, fun and infuriating world of education today? Continue reading…
Topic: Making the most of Learning Interactions in Adobe Captivate 6
Description: Adobe Captivate 6 allows you to add out-of-the-box learning interactions like accordions, tabs, timeline, process circle, glossary, and many more such exciting interactions. Join Sara Henderson, as she shares some of the best practices of using these interactions in your eLearning courses. She will also show you some nifty examples on how and where to use these interactions in the course. Don’t miss it!