Entries by Godwin

Articulate Storyline: Sending Learner Score to LMS Using JavaScript

JavaScript lets you extend the functionality of authoring tools like Storyline 1, Storyline 2 or Storyline 360. JavaScript in Storyline 360 gives you control to manipulate and use the information coming from LMS and being sent to LMS. In this blog, we will discuss the steps on how to send learner score to LMS Using JavaScript.

Things you didn’t know about Tin Can API (xAPI, Experience API)

Tin Can API, the successor to SCORM has been making news in the eLearning industry for a while due to its unique features such as offline tracking, tracking learner experience, reducing the need for an LMS, etc. In this blog, we will majorly focus on things that most of us aren’t aware of – Demystifying […]

Articulate Storyline Advanced Interactions: Plugin to Drag and drop With Ease

In most of the HTML5 eLearning authoring tools like Articulate Rise, Elucidat, Adapt etc., all the eLearning interactions including drag and drop are very elegant with subtle and smooth animations. I always prefer to have such smooth experience in Articulate Storyline’s HTML5 courses as well. Since it’s not a default feature in HTML5 version of […]

Custom eLearning Development: 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 […]

All You Need to Know About SCORM and LMS

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 […]

Seamless Play in Lectora 17 For a Better Elearning Experience

Trivantis is back again with its upgraded version, Lectora 17, the new eLearning authoring tool which is more focused on responsive eLearning design for mobile learning. In this blog, we will explore the new Seamless Play feature in Lectora 17 to find out how it can enhance user experience.. At the end of this blog, you can also view the demo sample that illustrates how Seamless Play publish option works in real time.
As an eLearning developer, I look forward to seeing how Lectora 17 would accelerate eLearning development be it any format – HTML5 based responsive eLearning, video-based learning (Camtasia), custom eLearning, rapid eLearning, or mobile learning.