Articulate Storyline vs. Lectora Inspire

Articulate Storyline vs. Lectora Inspire

This post is a continuation of my research on rapid e-learning authoring tools. In my earlier post, I have tried to explain which authoring tool needs to be selected, based on your need.

After working with Articulate Storyline and Lectora Inspire, it was good to see both the tools have similar features and capabilities, but there are certain differences.

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Converting Elearning to mLearning – Free Presentation

By Ramya Alugani

Converting eLearning to mLearning

When you need to train your employees who are mostly travelling or when your training cannot be suspended because employees spend extended times on field, mLearning could be a viable option. You need not start afresh with mLearning but can convert your existing eLearning content into mLearning.

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Making Courses More Tablet Friendly – Know How

By Ramya Alugani

Making Courses More Tablet Friendly - Know How

Learning on tablets might be more effective than learning on mobile devices. Tablet-based learning, however, can be viewed as a separate category that serves as an effective stepping stone in the transition of corporate e-Learning. Converting elearning to tablet learning can be easy for the organizations. You need to follow certain processes, to make it even more effective.

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Teaching Concepts through Articulate Storyline

Teaching Concepts through Articulate Storyline

Before developing any eLearning course/ training program, you need to understand the nature of the content and purpose of the course. Understanding the content will help you meet the course objective. The content can be divided into 5 types; Facts, Concepts, Principles, Process and Procedure.

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Process Training Using Adobe Captivate

By Vandana Kaveti

Process Training Using Adobe Captivate

An organization should refine its process for increasing productivity, as it is a key for growing a business. Re-engineering the old process or practice and to eliminate all the non-value added activities involves rethinking the existing procedures and determining if there is any better method of performing a particular task. Training employees on new processes helps organizations to meet their goals and leads to business success.

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