6 Questions You Need To Answer To Make Sure 3D Simulations Will Work For Your Company

In this article, I will share my experience in the development of 3D training simulations. I will look at some of the projects we have developed over the last 6 years, where we went wrong and where we went right. These are clients from the nuclear, transport retail, and educational sectors. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Responsive eLearning with Captivate 2017 – Part 11: Recording responsive simulation

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.

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Simulation-Based Learning: Building Skill And Practice Using eLearning

Practice is the key; it separates the novice from the expert. Most eLearning today focuses on 'knowledge' rather than practice. Case Method 2.0 is an approach for designing eLearning specifically to enable practice of key skills. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

4 Essential Steps For Developing A Great eLearning Simulation

If you want to ensure that your learner successfully transfers theory to practice, an eLearning simulation could be the answer. To develop a relevant, engaging, and worthwhile online experience for your learners, follow these 4 steps.

This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

[WEBINAR] Creating an interactive mobile simulation in Adobe Captivate


Date: Tuesday, September 26th (Australia/New Zealand/APAC)

Time: 11 am (Australian EST) / 1 pm (NZ)

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In this webinar, you’ll learn how to create an interactive mobile simulation from a mobile phone.

Normally, to create a mobile simulation you would need to take individual screen shots on the phone, export these images from the phone to your computer, import them to Adobe Captivate and build the slides.

With the method you’ll discover in this webinar, you can use Adobe Captivate to create an interactive simulation from a phone in the same way that you’d create a desktop system simulation.

Key takeaways:

  • Create simulations of mobile apps and systems
  • Efficient development workflow
  • Output works on Desktop as well as mobile devices

Who should attend:

  • eLearning specialists needing to create mobile system and app training
  • App developers wanting to share interactive prototypes for testing
  • Technical trainers needing to create demos or simulations of mobile platforms

Our presenter:

John Stericker is an Adobe Captivate Certified Expert and Adobe Certified Instructor with over 20 years experience designing and developing e-learning and IT training.


Register here: http://learningplan.com.au/event/webinar-creating-mobile-simulation-captivate/