Convert PPT Presentation Into a SCORM Course With iSpring and Studio 13

Convert PPT presentation into a SCORM course with iSpring and Studio 13

iSpring suite 9 and Studio’13 converts PowerPoint presentation into an effective eLearning course with all PowerPoint effects and animations perfectly preserved. All you need to do is prepare a presentation in PowerPoint, apply the animations, interactions, effects, etc. and convert it as a SCORM course.

Let’s see the steps to convert a presentation into an elearning course with iSpring.

  • Download a free trail of fully functional iSpring suite from iSpring website.
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  • Then, open the PowerPoint presentation and select iSpring Suite option on the toolbar.

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  • Then, click on Publish
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  • Next, click on LMS option in the left side panel to upload your course on a third party LMS.
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  • Then click on customize
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  • You can customize the course by adding relevant Lesson title, Description and Keywords that help the learners to find your course faster.

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  • Then, click on Customize option under “Progress and Completion” section to set up the course progress and completion rules.

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  • Click OK to save the changes.

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  • Finally, click on Publish to convert your presentation as SCORM compliance eLearning course.
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Now, let’s look at the steps to convert your presentation into an eLearning course with Studio 360.

  • Open the PowerPoint to convert into SCORM course.
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  • Click on the Articulate on the toolbar.
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  • Then click on Publish icon under the Articulate tab.
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  • Next, click on the LMS option in the left side panel.

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  • Then, select the LMS Output Option that your LMS supports.
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  • You can click on Reporting and Tracking option to set up the course tracking and completion rules and then click on Publish
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Therefore, with these tools you can convert your PowerPoint presentation into SCORM course seamlessly by preserving all your animations, triggers, simulations, etc.

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