iSpring Suite initially gained popularity as the most favored tool to easily convert existing PowerPoint presentations to online courses. Over the years, the tool has been enhanced with each successive version. iSpring Suite’s most recent version, 8.7, has some awesome features that can tackle your online training challenges.
Scenarios are ideal to make online courses engaging and interesting. They help learners apply their knowledge efficiently to their work. But, how can you develop effective scenarios to address the varying needs of learners? iSpring Suite is a great tool to develop scenarios for online courses.
One of the most widely used e-learning development software is iSpring Suite. The latest version of this PowerPoint-based technology-enabled learning development application, iSpring Suite 8.7, is power-packed with various features that enable learners put theoretical knowledge into practice at the workplace. Let us see what they are in the infographic below.
iSpring Suite 8.7 is an all-in-one rapid authoring toolkit that allows you to create loads of top quality online content. The tool, perfectly integrated with PowerPoint, helps build professional online courses that are instructionally sound and visually appealing. Apart from converting PPTs to interactive e-courses, you can include videos, screencasts, and simulations in courses, using iSpring – these courses run on desktops, laptops, and mobiles.
Have you ever used scenarios in your e-learning courses? Generally, there are two types of online learning courses:
- E-learning that pushes content out to learners
- Online courses that focus on changing behavior and performance
Jim is the training manager of a large manufacturing company. Recently, the organization held a training program for its staff members on its newly-implemented ERP system. The learners participated enthusiastically in the training program, and Jim believed that the knowledge acquired in the program would help the employees perform well. But, to his dismay, the learners could not transfer the learning effectively to their jobs.
You might have several PowerPoint decks used in classroom training. Are you looking to make them online-ready to make them available to many people? You can convert your PowerPoint presentation into different formats, such as video, PDF, and XPS, with just a few clicks. However, if you want your PowerPoint deck to be compatible with a Learning Management System (LMS), you need to convert it into SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model). Unfortunately, Microsoft PowerPoint does not come with this conversion option. So, there are many tools out there to perform this task for you. One such tool is iSpring.
Kevin from the Instructional Design team had to give a presentation on a research report to his team. He didn’t want to bore them with slide after bland slide of statistics; he wanted to ensure they would benefit from his presentation. He hit on the idea of developing an eCourse on the findings. As he didn’t want the course to intrude on his work hours, he researched for tools to develop the course swiftly, while including a couple of scenarios, drop down assessments, and a survey to capture their feedback. Luckily, he hit the mother lode when he came across iSpring.
What do you mean by branching slides? Consider the following interactivity.
You can see that learners, depending upon the answer they give, are directed to different slides. This is called branching slides. This type of interactivity can be developed using authoring tools such as iSpring.
For converting your PowerPoint presentations into eLearning you need not be an expert in Flash or possess programming skills. Authoring tools, such as iSpring, enables you to create interactive and engaging courses without having any knowledge of coding.
iSpring Presenter 7 is one of the cost-effective tools available to convert your PowerPoint presentation into eLearning. Recently, it has come up with a latest version – 7. Here, I would like to discuss some of the main benefits of this tool.