If you didn’t catch our original presentation for the eLearning Guild earlier this year, the recorded version is now available on the Guild’s website.
eLearning & Training
A few years ago, I wrote a series of blogs comparing Adobe Captivate 5.5 and Articulate Studio 09. Since then, new authoring tools and new tool versions have been released. The most popular new tool is Articulate Storyline. After extended beta testing and then the official release, Storyline caused significant buzz among eLearning folks. It […]
If you’ve been intrigued by the possibilities offered by the Tin Can API like I have, you’ve been wondering how to get started with it. For this reason, I was really happy to have tech geek and entrepreneur Mike Rustici come and talk with our Fredrickson Roundtable for Learning Leaders. Mike’s talk was definitely full […]
If you were able to join us at the Fredrickson Roundtable for Learning Leaders on April 3, you got to hear Mike Rustici speak about Tin Can API. Mike gave us an informative, thought-provoking introduction to the what, why and how of this new protocol. You witnessed his enthusiasm for the possibilities of this new […]
“Interaction takes place in the brain, not the finger. ” -Thiagi Most learning professionals know that learners learn best when they can interact with the material. Too often, when people think of interactive learning, they usually think of traditional eLearning. While an eLearning course can be a great way to present content in a self […]
While developing the storyboards for an eLearning course for one of our government clients, I ran into a challenge: how can I make this as interactive and engaging as possible while still conforming to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines? Because the courses had a very large and broad audience, and the modules were being created […]