By Ernie Wagner Download PDF (162KB) So you‘ve built an outstanding lesson using one of the Articulate tools, either Studio or Storyline, and it’s
Inquisiq LMS's insight:
We know that a lot of our do-it-yourself clients love to create their own eLearning content with Articulate Studio and Storyline - but the SCORM publishing settings can sometimes be a little unclear. Our eLearning experts have written a white paper called SCORM Publish Settings In Articulate Studio and Storyline that provides guidance on all of the publishing options and how they affect what is reported to the LMS.
So you‘ve built an outstanding lesson using one of the Articulate tools, either Studio or Storyline, and it’s now time to publish and upload it into your LMS. You’ve arrived at the publishing screen and have made your choice to publish as SCORM 1.2 or 2004, but are then asked how you would like to “Report status to the LMS.” What’s the difference between all of the options and how will each affect what’s reported to your LMS? Is one option better than the others? Before we discuss what option you might select, let’s discuss how these values came about in SCORM 1.2 and 2004.
Adobe’s Creative Cloud, a web-based subscription service providing access to all their tools, has been available for about a year now and has reportedly grown to over half a million subscribers. The success has apparently been strong enough for Adobe to now go ‘all in’.
Exploration of the conceptual meaning of mLearningAnalysis of the definition through device, context and elements of designSupport and discussion of mLearning capabilitiesDiscussion of the technical qualities of development and designHow eLearning and mLearning are mutually beneficial
If you'll be at DevLearn this week, come on by and see us! We will be in Booth #415 at the Aria Resort and Casino (Las Vegas) showing off the newest version of Inquisiq R3 - and we will also be participating in "DemoFest" where we will be showing a recent content development project featuring responsive design to address the industry need for more flexible mobile content.
The ADDIE model has got to be one of the, if not just *the*, most popular instructional models used in the eLearning development process. It’s been around a long time, before ‘eLearning’ as a term even existed, and has its share of adherents and detractors.
Having now developed a few projects with Captivate 6 and delivered that ‘bespoke’ courseware in both desktop and mobile-compatible formats, here are a few notes and findings on Captivate’s mobile support…
Few things make an idealistic eLearning developer cringe more than the question, “Can you convert my Powerpoint deck to eLearning that I can load into my LMS?” However, that is a very common approach and tools like Articulate Presenter haven’t gained their global reach for any less of a reason.
Powerpoint is a fine place to start with eLearning development – whether the ultimate goal is to just ‘convert’ those presentations to web and SCORM-compliant projects or to use the tool more as an initial storyboard to be further developed with more substantial tools like Storyline, Captivate, Lectora, or even custom Flash or HTML solutions.
Regardless of your eventual end-product, Powerpoint can be a very useful tool in eLearning development. We’ve worked with thousands of PPT files over the years, from straight conversions to more custom builds, resulting in several suggestions when developing your training content with Powerpoint. These steps provide a solid base content piece for actual conversion
Consider you need to teach someone how to light a match.
You can show them pictures of people lighting a match, or even better – a video of a match being lit. You can create a series of slides in PowerPoint providing the steps it takes to light a match. You can show a good example vs. a bad example, and point out the differences between the two. How about hiring a match specialist; who can give a live demonstration showing the proper way to light a match...
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