Employee motivation and engagement is a critical component of employee relations in any organization today. When you add training requirements to everyday work tasks, it can be perceived as extra work that needs more time and energy than a person already spends at the workplace. It becomes imperative that employees feel propelled by something more than just managerial directives to take on and complete training. Additionally, L&D invests a lot in developing, procuring, and tailoring content for organizational training initiatives.
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How do you decide what kind of Training to create? Do you base it on the subject matter, length, format, user group, convenience? The good news is that all these factors help you decide.
Your Content Library may contain hundreds of training Modules, the smallest units of learning in Adobe Captivate Prime. When you start assembling these into Courses, Learning Programs and Certifications, it would help to keep in mind some objectives.
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One of the key business drivers for any learning platform is the voluntary uptake of training content by learners.
The key challenge here is to not just make a repository of thousands of pieces of content available, but to also help the learner pick and choose, and to recommend the most relevant learning to them. Additionally, it helps to also be a platform that allows learners to contribute by uploading content and have discussions with peers, mimicking how human beings learn in the physical world.
Adobe Captivate Prime uses an AI-based recommendation engine to achieve this kind of intelligent sifting and driving of learning outcomes and also employs Topic Modelling AI algorithms to evaluate user generated content.
With the right kind of AI enablement, and the move from the stress on manual effort, Captivate Prime empowers you to keep learners interested and engaged with the platform.
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From the time a user is added and registered in the LMS there are a variety of actions they are subject to or undertake, from being assigned roles, to being enrolled in Trainings, to being waitlisted, to being sent reminders, to being sent recommendations for trainings they may like.
If you are an enterprise with a large number of employees, who may at any time be enrolled in a variety of training programs, at different stages of completion, it becomes hard to keep up with the updates of the “who, where, when, and what” in an organized and efficient manner when it comes to their training progress.
The provision of a variety of email notification templates is a very useful tool for Administrators of an LMS, enabling them to decide when an email should be sent and to whom, and to customize it as they see fit. Additionally, learners also benefit from a wide range of email notifications, keeping them posted on their onboarding status, enrollments in Trainings, approaching deadlines, and even how their colleagues are faring on the leaderboard.
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You can now configure Power BI to export unified reports from the LMS, enabling you to combine L&D data with the rest of your enterprise data, or just achieve combined learning reports as needed.
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Hurrah! Adobe Captivate Prime did it again!
We are all excited to let you know that Captivate Prime was retained in the list of top 20 LMSs in the freshly released 2018 list by the Training Industry Inc., one of the most trusted source of information on the business of learning.
You can see the complete list here.
Just like last time, due to the diversity of need, in the learning portal/LMS space, no attempt is made by TI to rank the Top 20.
The selected 2018 Learning Portal/LMS Top 20 Companies demonstrated excellence in many areas, including:
- Quality of learning portal/LMS user and administrative features
- Industry visibility, innovation and impact
- Number and strength of clients
- Geographic reach
- Company size and growth potential
In order to be considered for a nomination to a TrainingIndustry.com Top Companies List, participating companies like Skillsoft, Docebo, Litmos, Cornerstone, Totara etc. had submitted a comprehensive application survey which had to concur with the specific requirements.
Congratulations to everyone involved behind this fabulous product and thank you Training Industry for this recognition.
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One of the most popular questions my viewers on YouTube ask me is what’s going to be in the next version of Adobe Captivate? Of course, I don’t know anything more than anyone else. However, one of the reasons that I enjoy attending the Adobe eLearning live events is the sneak peeks. This week did not disappoint. Here is what we learned.
Interactive video will be a big part of a future version of Adobe Captivate. You will be able to import a video from a file on your computer or from a video streaming service. From there you select various time stamps where you present questions to your learners. Depending on their input, the video can either continue playing from that point or jump back to another location if remediation is required.
360° virtual interactions will also be coming to Adobe Captivate. Imagine being able to present objects or locations to your learners that would be impossible to take them to under normal circumstances. For example, many workplaces may be too hazardous to conduct training sessions in, or perhaps it’s too costly to bring learners on a tour of such facilities. With Adobe Captivate you will be able to capture 360° photos and incorporate them into your eLearning. You will be able to add hotspots where learners can click and learn more about specific areas within that location. At the end of the tour, you can add quizzes to test the knowledge of your learners before they move on.
Last but not least we will see some significant enhancements to Adobe Captivate Prime, Adobe’s cloud-based learning management system that works with the Captivate authoring tool. In addition to the regular functions of an LMS, Prime will allow users to share outside content with their colleagues. Also, users will be able to create content to share with each other. Algorithms will determine if further content curation is required and can assign that curation to subject matter experts for review.
As with all the Adobe sneak peeks it’s important to note that these features are in development and there is no guarantee they will end up in the next release of Adobe Captivate or Captivate Prime. It is interesting to learn about what the future might include and also encouraging to know that Adobe is working hard to make these products even better for us than they already are.
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Your All-Inclusive Power Centre For Corporate Training | Adobe Captivate Prime LMS
Tuesday 28 February 2017, 08:30 AM – 09:30 AM
Looking for an all-in-one LMS that can help you deploy and track your organizational learning in a jiffy? Adobe Captivate Prime LMS may be the perfect fit for your organization. In this webinar, we’ll delve into the many ways Adobe Captivate Prime LMS gives you the power to deliver amazing eLearning experiences that boost performance and target skill development. This webinar is ideal for – Chief Learning Officers and Directors of Learning – Corporate Learners in Government and Corporate organizations – Teacher development including K-12 and Higher Education – Instructional and Educational Designers – Human Resource Management – Learning professionals
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