Case Study – Conversion of Flash Courses to HTML5 using Articulate Storyline

Conversion of Flash Courses to HTML5 using Articulate Storyline

In the recent times, the learning needs are changed and the technology has increased at its pace. This has transformed the traditional classroom training into e-learning. The courses that were developed in Adobe Flash or tools whose output is in SWF are now not compatible with the modern devices. Thus there is a need of migrating the legacy content into HTML5 to meet the current trends in eLearning industry.

Let’s see a case study on converting the legacy content into HTML5.

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Product Knowledge Training: eLearning Translation and Localization for a Distributed Sales Force of a Fortune 500 Company

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Product related educational material is transformed into online multi-lingual eLearning programs for global workforce in their native languages.

Highlights

  • Convert learning content from English language to widely spoken global languages – Chinese, Spanish, Turkish, Polish, German and Russian
  • Stringent development standards to deliver high quality elearning solutions to one of the fortune 500 company
  • eLearning authoring tools and compliances used – Storyline 2, SCORM 1.2, and Adobe Photoshop

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Converting Technical Manuals into Immersive eLearning Courses for Fortune 500 Company

Self-Paced eLearning for Fortune500 CompanyAn American multinational technology company converts its ‘Course Guides’ (Technical Manuals) into engaging eLearning programs.

Highlights

  • More than 100 hours of classroom material converted into eLearning
  • As the learning material was ‘supporting reference manuals’ – client didn’t want to invest more time and cost
  • Plain learning content to be transformed into engaging and visually-rich eLearning experience for Technical Support Engineers

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Case Study: Female Traveler – Safety Training Course for Security and Delight

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A mobile based elearning course simple enough to comprehend by diversified learner group.

Highlights

  • Learning material suitable for all the five famous traveling continents
  • Highly engaging and informative mlearning course for corporate/household female travelers
  • No assessments or certifications included in the e learning solution – no learning management system software required

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Corporate Compliance Training: Elearning as a Solution to Deal with Fraud and Corrupt Conduct

eLearning Case Study Oil_Gas corporationCode of Conduct Compliance elearning programs to train workforce on Fraud and Corrupt behaviors as well as their probable consequences.

Highlights

  • Learner group includes thousands of employees with diversified learning styles
  • eLearning course includes factual content and case-scenarios
  • eLearning authoring tool used – Storyline 2

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Elearning Case Study: Simulation-Based Software Application Training

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Case Study Snapshot

  • eLearning Course: Multimodal Transportation Management Software Training
  • Industry: Logistics & Distribution Industry
  • Practice Area: Simulation-based software application training
  • Instructional Design Strategy: Scenario-based learning with Watch-Try-Do approach
  • Authoring Tool: Adobe Captivate 9

About Client

Our client, a leading logistics company, helps its customers in transportation, warehousing and compliance. They wanted to roll out simulation-based eLearning courses to train their global staff on using the newly introduced Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. Read more

Rapid eLearning Approach to Convert University Courses into Web-Based eLearning Programs

Rapid eLearning Approach to Convert University Courses into Web-Based eLearning Programs

An Australian University transforms Optometry Supplementary Material into Interactive Elearning

 

Highlights

  • Long list of PowerPoint presentations are converted into eLearning modules
  • Consistent instructional design approach is adopted to enhance learning impact and reduce cost
  • Detail-oriented science education is simplified using creative interactions and relevant media elements
  • The eLearning authoring tool chosen for this project – Articulate Storyline 2

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A Case Study on Microlearning as Performance Support to Reinforce Existing Training

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Microlearning, one of the hottest eLearning trends, is catching attention amongst eLearning fraternity like never before. Our recent discussion on a LinkedIn group received a stream of thoughts and perspectives on microlearning. In this blog, we will discuss the microlearning case study that illustrates how we’ve developed and delivered microlearning course/application as performance support to reinforce existing training.

Before we could explore the case study, let’s first understand what microlearning actually means. “Microlearning is not just bite-sized eLearning content that is chunked to deliver short bursts of information, but it is more than that…”

Then What is Microlearning?

Microlearning is a modern instructional design strategy that:

  • Aligns with the modern, tech-savvy workforce with shorter attention spans
  • Focusses on one specific learning outcome
  • Provides just-in-time performance support to reinforce learning and improves retention
  • Enables learners to choose when and what they need to learn at the moment of need
  • Is most cost-effective way to develop and deliver online training

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Case Study: Using JavaScript in Lectora Inspire

JavaScript in Lectora

JavaScript is the widely used client-side scripting language on the web. It’s used for adding functionality to web pages, web form validation or manipulating objects on a webpage. This makes it a very useful tool in the skill set of any e-Learning developer or instructional designer especially while working with Lectora Inspire eLearning projects. Here’s the case study that explains how we used JavaScript to build a simulation-based eLearning as part of application training.

In our journey of e-learning development, we came across a unique obligation from one of our stakeholders.

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Is Mobile Learning An Ideal Solution To Train Your Sales Team On The Field?

Here’s the case study that explains how mobile learning or mLearning can be the right training strategy for on-the-go employees.

Mobile Learning for Sales

Client Overview

Our client, a leading product based company, was focused on building sales skills among sales professionals to improve their sales productivity and close more sales.

The Challenge

Most of the sales team were on the field and didn’t have time to attend classroom training due to their busy schedules. This resulted in skill gaps in product knowledge and selling skills across their global sales division. As a result, company was losing selling opportunities.

The client was concerned with these shortcomings, they approached us to create eLearning for sales training.

The Solution

After a thorough needs analysis, Swift proposed mobile compatible eLearning that would be readily adopted by their mobile workforce. At first, the client was skeptical about the mobile learning initiative, but after discussions the client was confident and ready to invest.

Mobile learning was the right fit because most of the time salespeople were on the field equipped with tablet devices.

Swift worked closely with the client to understand their selling framework and different sales scenarios. We applied proven instructional design strategies that work better for sales training.

We introduced an avatar, a virtual senior sales rep, who guided the learners throughout the course. Before executing a sales conversation, a learner is introduced to the product he/she is selling along with the best practices using a scenario. These mobile learning modules were:

  • Embedded with short videos that highlighted the latest products and bestselling practices
  • Visually appealing, highly interactive with simple interface
  • Relevant and bite-sized with easy-to-digest content
  • Mobile friendly and responsive – published in HTML5 using Storyline

The Results

Swift delivered high quality mobile content compatible with major tablet devices. The mobile learning was well received by the sales team and proved to be efficient and effective. The immediate benefits included:

  • Learning on the go – anywhere, anytime
  • Confident sales representatives with up-to-date product knowledge
  • Drastic reduction in training-related travel costs