Let’s face it: we all need a little help sometimes. Whether you’re a manager, an instructional designer, a developer, a programmer, or some combination—no matter what your role is, sooner or later you need to choose an authoring tool to develop eLearning content. But how to decide? In this topic, we’ll discuss various criteria and decision points to help you figure out which authoring tool is the best fit for you. At the end of the session, attendees will be provided with their own essential checklist to help them choose.
After this webinar, you should have a better understanding of:
• Your eLearning project goals and objectives
• Level of interactivity you need in your eLearning content
• Categories of eLearning authoring tools available
• Using media in your eLearning project
• Ways of engaging your learners
• Making your course accessible
• Key points when test-driving a new authoring tool
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DATE: Wed 27th June
TIME: 12:30pm – 1:15pm AEST
REGISTER HERE: https://adobe.ly/2J4m0Jl
We’ve all experienced responsive web design, usually in the form of web pages that make use of flexible layouts, images and cascading style sheets (CSS) that detect your mobile phone’s screen size and orientation and change the layout accordingly.
As more organisations embrace learning across multiple devices (desktops, laptops, tablets and phones) we now need to develop content that is responsively designed to work across these environments.
Where do you start? What are the best practices? Where’s my hoverboard?!
Come along to our June webinar, where our in-house design genius and Adobe Captivate Expert, John Stericker, can teach you all about it. If you’re flummoxed by Adobe Captivate fluid boxes, scalable HTML or creating multiple designs for multiple devices, we’ve got you covered!
Adobe Captivate 2017 includes the option to publish a project as scalable HTML5 and at times, this can be a more appropriate approach over creating a responsive design using breakpoints or fluid boxes. We’ll show you how to create multi-device eLearning without the need to build multiple designs, by using this scalable HTML5 publishing feature. We’ll also run through why you would build a responsive project, when you should consider a responsive design and when you might want to avoid it.
Join us on the 27th!
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- Hello a free e-learning workshop will be hold in Biel, Switzerland, on May 24th at 6 p.m.
This workshop is intended to beginners and the purpose will be to show the types of projects we can design with Captivate and the main features of the software. An introduction to the instructional design will be made before.
This workshop will be hold in French but if you are interested by an English one let me know it and I will organize a new one in English.
For people who would be interested to participate you will find the address by following the link.
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Anyone else attending the Learning DevCamp and eLBX conference in Salt Lake City, Utah?
There are a lot of big name speakers and I use a lot of the eLearning Brothers templates and assets so I am super excited. The content is really centered on development and eLearning tools and I always learn lot of practical tips and suggestions.
There is more info on it at: http://learningdevcamp.com/
Let me know your thoughts or if there are other conferences going on that really help with Captivate Users?
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This was my 3rd year attending the Adobe eLearning Conference in Washington DC sponsored by Carahsoft and as always, Adobe didn’t fail to deliver. In addition to participating in the Specialist Certification session prior to the conference, I attended sessions by industry leaders like Phil Cowcill, Mark Lassoff, Damian Bruyndonckx, and James Kingsley.
The conference has grown significantly since the first year, but they still manage to provide great session choices, surprisingly good breakfast and lunch, and fun sneak peeks into what they are working on for future products and releases.
It was the first conference I’ve been to since diving more deeply into Captivate and Adobe products that I didn’t feel like a complete novice, and while I missed going to the “getting started” type sessions by Dr. Poojah Jaisingh, Ray Jimenez, and Paul Wilson, who I have followed and learned so much from over the past few years, I did enjoy getting to visit with them during breaks, and was able to still keep learning from a new group of experts.
There are always new and exciting things to learn and take away from these conferences, and I eagerly look forward to the next one knowing that even though the names are familiar, the topics and content will be fresh and cutting edge.
Thanks again to Adobe for a great conference and I can’t wait for the next one!
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DATE: Wed 23rd May
TIME: 11am AEST
REGISTER HERE: https://adobe.ly/2168fZx
New to the world of eLearning?
Looking to create a portfolio of work that showcases your skills in project design?
Having your own sample portfolio can be particularly useful when you’re just starting out and don’t have any client projects to showcase or when you can’t use client projects due to confidentiality.
A sample portfolio will allow you to demonstrate your unique style and approach to potential clients.
In this webinar, we will teach you how to create your very own eLearning portfolio through MyPortfolio, a free tool available as part of a Creative Cloud plan. Using Adobe Captivate, we’ll guide you through how to create a video demonstration of your projects, and how to export this to your eLearning portfolio.
Don’t have a project to showcase? We’ll show you how to create your first project, from brainstorming and conceptualising your ideas to producing them in Adobe Captivate.
By the end of the webinar, you’ll know how to collate an eLearning portfolio with sample project outputs from Adobe Captivate, and how to publish your portfolio online.
Equipped with your new sample portfolio, you’ll be able to hit the ground running in the eLearning industry!
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Case Study: Transforming the classrooms with Adobe Presenter Description: Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh, Adobe eLearning Evangelist, as she shares her experience on how the Government School teachers from Bangalore were able to transform their traditional classrooms to collaborative classrooms with the help of Adobe Presenter. She will also show you how the school teachers were […]