With the latest version ‘2017 release’, Adobe Captivate has also joined the bandwagon of responsive eLearning authoring tools. It has come up with promises such as conversion of legacy courses into fully responsive eLearning, beautiful fonts & style consistency across the devices, and a lot of scope for customization.
The exponential growth in telecommunications resulted in mobile revolution and we ended up with several devices of various screen sizes. According to Gartner’s study, more than 50% people will use mobile devices first for their online activities by 2018. The trend of using more than one device at work and using personal mobile devices for work-related activities has prompted the training community to design and develop device-agnostic Learning.
Gamification has become a popular way to improve learner engagement in online courses. Adobe Captivate facilitates the integration of most game mechanics in your online training. A number of game templates, progress bars, levels, scores, badges, and other gaming elements are available in Captivate. You can customize these game mechanics using advanced actions and variables.
The moment you say Captivate, many think of screen capture simulations. Yes, it’s popular for that. However, that’s not the only feature it has. Captivate has turned into full-fledged eLearning authoring tool over the years. Rapid eLearning, responsive courses, legacy courses conversion, or whatever you mention in the realm of eLearning, Captivate has made its mark.
‘Developing scenarios with Adobe Captivate!’ Does it sound weird? Yes, for many it may sound strange. Captivate is known for its simulations. All its other features are often in the shade of simulations and rarely come into focus. This blog is an effort to highlight the scenario-development capabilities of Adobe Captivate. Let’s uncover…
Expand your training horizons and reach your differently-abled employees with the accessibility support features of Adobe Captivate. Creating Section 508 compliant courses is super easy with Captivate. Keyboard support, closed captions, and related features make Adobe Captivate a friendly tool to develop accessible online learning courses. Let’s explore these features in this post.
We are in the mobile age. E-learning that is confined to desktops may not be apt for Gen Y learners who switch between several devices a day. So, develop mobile-friendly courses with HTML5 output, responsive themes, play bar, and other features of Adobe Captivate. Today, let’s explore those features of Adobe Captivate that help develop mobile compatible online courses.
Changing the in-house authoring tool or purchasing a new tool can prompt organizations to convert their legacy courses, so that their internal teams can do further updates. One of our clients – Canada’s largest catering services and restaurant supply chain – came to us with the same requirement. They wanted to convert online courses developed in Articulate Storyline to their new tool ‘Claro’ Here is how it goes.
Motivating employees to take online training is a consistent challenge for training managers. I am sure you also have faced this issue. Engagement comes before motivation. Developing engaging online courses will change your employees from mere spectators to active participants. Well then, how do we get their attention and trigger the KEY of motivation? Apply game mechanics to your online learning!
Are you finding it difficult to identify the right one from a myriad of eLearning companies? Is it confusing to decide which company can meet your training requirements? A good instructional design company turns your training needs into online learning courses, in a systematic manner. Do you require information on the criteria of a good eLearning company?