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Rejuvenate Your Digital Learning Solutions with Mobile and Microlearning

Mobile Learning and Micro Learning

Learning proportions of the millennial workforce does matter for the improved results in an organization to be successful, including learning. Smartphone became a digital gateway for the learners to learn new things over the last few years. Hence most of the organizations made their move towards mobile learning and microlearning to deliver both formal and informal training for their staff. There are range of eLearning authoring tools that support these technologies to create more effective online learning. These evolutionary technologies are amazing addition to the L&D educational ecosystem.

Here you can see what exactly mobile learning and microlearning are meant for.

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Trivantis’ CenarioVR: 360 Degree Virtual Walkthrough eLearning Courses

Cenariovr - Develop Immersive Elearning Courses

Virtual Reality will be the next biggest thing in the arena of eLearning. Organizations are gearing up to catch the current trend to create innovative and immersive eLearning courses. Well, there are many eLearning authoring tools and software applications to develop 360 degree virtual tours. But our recent observations in creating virtual reality courses shown us the better results when it was developed in Trivantis’ CenarioVR online authoring tool.

As in the need of a virtual reality course, one of the client from Hospitality Industry approached us to develop a virtual tour of their newly constructed hotel.

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Latest Features of HTML5 Authoring Tools – Storyline3, Captivate 2017, Lectora 17 and Elucidat

Latest Features of HTML5 Authoring Tools - Storyline3, Captivate 2017, Lectora 17 and Elucidat

The eLearning authoring tools are playing a huge role in success of eLearning courseware. These tools provide great features to develop effective online modules suited for modern-day learning requirements. Amongst many features that have been developed over the years, responsive learning is the stand out feature that has been highly prioritized by almost every HTML5 elearning development authoring tool.

In this blog, we will go through the latest updates of some of the well-known authoring tools and know its progress towards providing truly responsive outputs and also take a glance at their key features.

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How to play background music continuously throughout the course in Articulate Storyline 2.

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Articulate Storyline 2 provides the flexibility to customize interactivity to the max with minimal efforts. This web based authoring tool gives feasibility to add JavaScript which can be of great help to take your eLearning courses to the next level. It’s fairly easy to extend and enhance the functionality of the built-in features in Storyline that come by default. Read more

How to use Fluid Boxes for Web Responsive Design in Captivate 2017

Responsive Design in Captivate

Captivate 2017 is the recent launch by Adobe and is turning out to be A piece of cake for eLearning developers to create responsive ELearning modules. If I have to pick an eye catching feature from the tool I would surely pick “Fluid Boxes” which is one of the new features added to Captivate 2017. With Fluid Boxes, developers relish unique authoring experiences and develop responsive HTML5-based eLearning content faster, without programming knowledge. Read more

Articulate Storyline: Custom Audio Controller Using Toggle Button

Custom Audio Controller_Storyline

Articulate Storyline, an easy to use rapid eLearning authoring tool that comes with many in-built interactivities and is highly customizable. By default in Storyline the audio control button has a fixed position with no options available in the settings to change it. Due to this limitation, it was challenging for us to customize volume controls. To overcome this challenge, we created a “mute/unmute” custom toggle button as a part of requirement from one of our clients. Read more

The Most Desired Qualities of an Instructional Designer

Qualities of an Instructional Designer

Instructional Designers are indispensable in an eLearning courseware development process. They are involved since the identification of the learning need to the learning solution implementation phase. They understand the problem, develop corresponding solution and devise a plan for its effective implementation.

Let’s discuss what qualities an Instructional Designer should possess to deliver these responsibilities. Read more

Custom eLearning Development: Printable Quiz Data in Storyline 2 with JavaScript

Printable quiz data in Storyline 2 with JavaScript

Among all the eLearning authoring tools, I love the adaptability of Articulate Storyline 2 and its ability to relinquish the default options for a really customized quizzing in order to create a better eLearning experience. Be it custom eLearning or rapid eLearning development, the blend of JavaScript in Storyline creates endless prospects to make best eLearning courses.

Case Study:

One fine day, a client approached us with a unique requirement – We were asked to implement the following:

  1. We were supposed to create a result slide that displays, all the questions answered by the learner and his/her answer to the question along with the correct answer
  2. Learner must be able to print all the questions along with the answers
  3. All the answers must be in a listview
  4. As the client’s LMS don’t support this functionality, he wanted us to implement it with the course created using Storyline 2

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All You Need to Know About SCORM and LMS

SCORM LMS eLearning

Elearning has evolved over the years and has overtaken live classroom trainings. Most of the companies now make use of an LMS (learning management system), to provide and track all eLearning courses. Some will subscribe to an LMS service while others build their own. No matter what, all the companies want their eLearning training courses to work on their LMS’ and that’s where SCORM and Tin Can API get into the picture.

In this blog, I’ll explain all you need to know about SCORM 1.1, SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004 and Tin Can API, and how they are different from each other and why they are so important in the eLearning world. Read more

Lectora ReviewLink: Enhance eLearning Course Review

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Lectora ReviewLink – a web based application from Trivantis to streamline the eLearning course review cycle. It simplifies and helps you speedup course approvals and sign-offs from client.

Managing course review has never been an easy job. A typical course review includes defining the bug, reporting and assigning for fixing, regression (checking whether the bug is fixed or not), comment submission for unfixed bugs, review feedback, etc. If there are multiple reviewers, then the process will become complex and difficult to manage.

ReviewLInk, an online eLearning review and collaborative tool, simplifies eLearning course review process. All you need to do is – Publish your course into Lectora ReviewLink from eLearning authoring tools such as Lectora Inspire or Lectora Online and manage your review process effectively. Read more