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What does the term immersive learning experience mean to you? Check out the below video of students learning Mandarin in an immersive learning environment, with the help of artificial intelligence. This project is taking place at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI).
This simulated experience allows students to practice foreign language skills in a restaurant, garden, or class. There are tools within the experience that allow the learner to compare their pronunciation and pitch tone against what is ideal.
Please comment below:
- Other than teaching foreign languages, what other subjects do you think would be interesting to teach in an immersive environment?
- In what ways can simulated learning environments benefit the student?
If you’re interested in developing your own 360 degree learning environment, check out Adobe Captivate 2019.
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We are almost at the end of this blog post series. So far we’ve learned how to create a responsive project, rescale it, add Fluid Boxes to the slides, add objects to the Fluid Boxes, apply background fill, modify the properties of the Fluid Boxes, use the static and optional properties, best practices for adding text, and using Fluid Boxes in master slides. Now let’s learn how to record responsive simulations in Adobe Captivate 2017.
The steps to record a responsive simulation are the same as a normal simulation. The only difference is that you cannot start the workflow from creating a simulation directly. You will first need to create a responsive project and then add simulation slides to it.
Watch this video to learn about the steps to record and edit responsive software simulations:
In the next part, we will learn how to enable gestures for responsive and HTML5 courses in Adobe Captivate.
I’ve recorded three simulations in demo mode; now the client wants them in training mode. Can I change them or must I re-record them?
I’m using Captivate 2017; this course is a non-responsive one, and it is not intended for mobile devices.