Translation and Localization Of eLearning Content

Translation and Localization SwifteLearning

Why Localization is important?

Most of the global companies train their employees in the English language. People with English as their mother tongue can follow the flow with ease, but other people will find it linguistically difficult to follow. In this context, translation plays a vital role. Each course module or training content will be translated into their native languages. This may lead to socio-cultural barriers which could hinder the progress of the company.

The process of converting eLearning content to other languages specific to a geographical region is localization. In order to design eLearning content for target segments, both localization and translation should go hand-in-hand.

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Importance of Adults Learning Theory for Corporates – Blooms Taxonomy

Adults Learning Theory for Corporates

What is adult learning and why it matters in corporate training?

Will adults learn in the same way as the children learn?

Where can we apply the adults learning theory?

What is bloom’s taxonomy and why it came into existence in adult learning?

Having all those questions in mind, let’s have a look into this blog.

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Why Articulate Storyline Most Liked Tool to Convert Flash Courses into HTML5?

Organizations have made huge investments in Flash-based legacy courses. Until a few years ago, Flash was a prominent authoring tool; thanks to its ability to create an extensive range of animations and interactivities. However, with the end of Flash by 2020, organizations have realized that it is imperative to convert their Flash-based courses to HTML5. Since the present generation is inclined towards mobile learning and perform most of the activities on their mobile devices, it has become necessary to re-purpose the legacy courses such that they become compatible with mobile devices.

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SCORM vs Tin-Can vs AICC


SCORM stands for Sharable Content Object Reference Model which is actually a technical standard for writing e-learning content. It is highly popular and is an industry standard which allows organizations to use e-learning as a training method. Basically, SCORM will decide how online content and the Learning Management System (LMS) will talk to each other. SCORM uses a JavaScript API (Application Programming Interface) to communicate information between the course content and the LMS.

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Accessibility for E-learning: Section 508 and WCAG

Accessibility-for-E-learning-Section508-and-WCAG-Swiftelearning.jpgThe Section 508 and WCAG plays an important role in making technology accessible to people with disabilities like deaf or hearing impaired, vision impaired, etc. To cater to the needs of people with disabilities, Section 508 and the WEB Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) will lend a helping hand in accessing the e-learning content. Read more

Why should you use Online Assignments tool via Learning Management System?

Why should you use online Assignments tool via Learning Management System?

Assignments usually deals with the assigning tasks to people as part of their project. It has proven to be an excellent tool in tracking and measuring of learner metrics via the Learning Management System (LMS).

The assessments in an online course on eLearning platform involves written assignments and practical tests. Let’s look at some of the benefits of using online Assignments tool.

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Business Etiquette Workshop Training Course for Corporates

Business Etiquette Workshop Training Course for CorporatesIn every organization irrespective of the team size, we frequently hear about the word Business Etiquette. Though it may vary from country to country and/or region to region, some etiquettes will stand common irrespective of place and time.

So what is Business Etiquette exactly about?

Business Etiquette is the rules unwritten that you must follow in the organization so as to create an environment where your co-workers feel comfortable and secure.

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Case Study – Custom eLearning Interactivities using Articulate Storyline 360

Case study-Custom eLearning interactivities using Articulate Storyline 360

When we develop customized eLearning courses, we always make sure that client satisfaction is the ultimate success. In this case study for eLearning, we would like to share one of our recent achievements.

About Client:

Our client is a leading electronic and electrical devices manufacturer in Canada with more than 10,000+ employees globally. As a top manufacturing company, our client manufactures high-quality resistors and capacitors. The company’s mission is to provide extended support with the changing industry’s demand to build confidence in the stakeholders without compromising the quality.

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Articulate Storyline 360: Timeline Interactivities to Engage the Learners

Articulate Storyline 360 Timeline Interactivities to Engage the Learners

There is no second thought that the courses with custom eLearning Interactivities will be engaging when compared to the passive eLearning courses. Most of our stakeholders, go for custom eLearning design, where interactive eLearning elements need to be included to immerse the learners. This helps the learner to connect with the course in a better way. Among many eLearning interactivities, Timeline Interactivity is one of the best suited interaction to represent the specific time period or a sequential form of information.

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