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Lectora 17: Using Camtasia for Simulation and Video-Based Elearning

Are you looking to create video-based learning and wondering which eLearning authoring tool to use? The newly released Lectora 17, eLearning authoring tool, is loaded with upgraded versions of Camtasia Studio and Snagit to help you create interactive eLearning. These screen recording and capturing tools within Lectora Inspire 17, Camtasia Studio, enable you to build custom eLearning / Rapid eLearning. In this blog, you will learn how the new features of Camtasia 9 within Lectora 17 can help you build effective online video-based learning courses.

Open Challenge Given by the Boss to the Project Managers and to All the Team Members

Open Challenge by the Boss to eLearning Project Managers and Team Members. Started as a friendly completion between Amjad, Boss and Imran, Project Manager turned out to be a tremendous success with all the staff wellness challenge to motivate employees. Someone has truly said, “If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you.” And it takes a lot of strength and self-discipline to change ourselves both professionally and personally.

Creating Engaging eLearning is Now Amazingly Simple

We, at Swift, started a concept of filling the gap between the Instructional Designers and eLearning Developers to make the learning content more interactive. After spending a decade in eLearning Industry, we’ve come across many challenges. And the most pressing challenge was that the client wanted the content to be interactive, however, sometimes our ID…

Biosecurity Queensland, an Agency of the Queensland Government, Collaborates with Swift to Deliver Online Training on Foot-and-Mouth Disease

Abstract This case study outlines the Project Management challenges and how a well-defined risk management approach would address those challenges. It explains the importance of anticipating future risks while avoiding any unexpected shortcomings to make your eLearning project a great success. Managing risk involves identifying project risks, evaluating them and minimising their impact on the project.…