Posts tagged "eLearning"
Check out this new course on Adobe Captivate Drag and Drop Interactions with me on Lynda.com. This course dives into the drag-and-drop feature of Adobe Captivate 8, focusing on creating interactive elements that are interesting and fun. You will learn how to build your first interaction, turn interactions into questions and practice activities, apply effects, categorize one-to-many and many-to-one objects for easy assembly, and add feedback and advanced actions that will take your drag-and-drop interactions to the next level.
Here’s the course introduction video: Continue reading…
Looking to create and/or deploy courses as HTML5 or Apps in your organization?
These courses are designed for the beginner. No prior coding or programming experience required.
To help you manage images across your courses, we have this hugely popular 13-hour Free Course on Adobe Photoshop for Beginners
You are also eligible to earn a Certificate of Completion for any of these courses.
Last month we had a great show at Adobe Learning Summit 2014 in Bellagio, Las Vegas where Adobe community experts, industry luminaries, experienced learning professionals, and Captivate engineering team got together and talked about the latest and upcoming eLearning technologies.
Missed attending it? We recorded some of the sessions for you. Continue reading…
I recently published an interactive eBook for creating responsive eLearning courses using Adobe Captivate 8. It was showcased during the DevLearn DemoFest 2014 event and I received a Best of Show – Vendor Entry award for it.
To read the eBook, follow this link on your iPad to download and install the Interactive eBooks app: http://bit.ly/ebookspooja
To learn about the creation process of the interactive eBooks, check out this post with detailed step-by-step videos to create an interactive eBook.
To take a look at this interactive eBook and the other DemoFest winning entries, register for the Best of DemoFest 2014 webinar.
Personalized therapies for dementia patients can help elevate their moods and cognitive function, which leads to improved quality of live while it reduces caregiver burdens and the risk of acute incidents. With this in mind, Ceresti Health uses Adobe Creative Cloud for individuals and Adobe Captivate to create and deliver personalized web experiences that trigger memories and foster a sense of well-being.
“Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias have a devastating impact on the person suffering from the condition, as well as his or her caregivers and family. Ceresti’s comprehensive solution is designed to Continue reading…
The Seventh Annual Adobe Learning Summit is scheduled for October 27, 2014 at Bellagio Las Vegas; and is co-located with DevLearn 2014 conference and expo. At this event, you’ll get a chance to meet Adobe community experts, industry luminaries, experienced eLearning and education professionals, and the engineering team at Adobe.
The main attraction of the event will be Continue reading…
Rapidly producing visually compelling e-learning content is helping a pioneer in visual thinking sell its innovative software applications. ThinkBuzan uses Adobe Captivate to educate potential Continue reading…
Adobe Presenter 10 is an eLearning authoring toolkit that helps you create show and tell video lessons for classroom teaching, distance learning, flipped learning and MOOC sessions. Using Adobe Presenter 10 you can simultaneously capture your screen content and your webcam video.
In a stunning and welcome move, Adobe is announcing today a major update to their Adobe Captivate software. Captivate has been used by trainers and educators around the world for authoring online courses for more than a decade. In that time it has clearly become the industry leading tool for online course authoring (according to several eLearning Guild annual reports.) Mobile phones and tablets are quickly becoming the most common way to access the Internet and the Captivate team has reacted to Continue reading…
mLearning has been a buzzword in eLearning for decades. Nearly every year someone speculates that the time for mLearning has finally arrived – and just about that often we discover that still – very few people actually are producing their learning content for mobile devices. You can imagine then that it is with some trepidation that Continue reading…