Is An LMS App In Your Budget? 5 Cost-Cutting Ways To Launch A Mobile Learning App For Online Training

These days, there is an app for everything, from keeping track of your daily calorie intake to ordering gifts with a drone. But when you’ve built an amazing mobile training app and you’re squeezed for cash, how do you launch it?

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Combine 2 quizzes In one HTML wrapper with language selection, student needs to complete one to pass

Hi there,

I am hoping I can find some help on what I thought would be simple, packaging an English Quiz and French Quiz in one package with an HTML page for language selection to load the corresponding Quiz and track with pass or fail.

I have searched the discussions here and there are a lot of great points. The problem is I have close to 100 Quizzes in both languages. I have tried to combine both quizzes into one captivate file with language selection but it didn’t work.

I have used captivate to produce 2 quizzes one English and one French published to scorm 2004. I then use a scorm 2004 wrapper and create a new manifest file to wrap up everything. The problem on testing is that it’s not tracking correctly.

I am comfortable with HTML and JavaScript if anyone has an idea of how to move forward. If captivate had an IDE similar to adobe animate I could probably program a simple “if and or “ statement.

These forums have been been very helpful and I’m hoping someone has tackled this and could provide some insights.

Scot

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Anytime, Anywhere Learning Essentials: 5 Features That Your Next LMS App Must Include

eLearning offers lots of benefits, and geographical flexibility is a big one. If you’re building it with an LMS, what tools and features are crucial to the success of your mobile-friendly online training?

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How To Beat The Training Challenges Of The Retail Industry

Unstable work schedules and limited time make both the lives of retail workers and your training attempts anything but easy. Not to mention that retail employees come and go every so often. At some point, you might find yourself wondering, “Is it even worth developing retail training at all?”

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Minimizing Challenges Of Learning From Smaller Screens

Research describes significant constraints for consuming content and performing tasks on a smaller screen, and we must be aware of them when designing mobile information and learning content. Fortunately, research also offers actionable and easy-to-implement tactics for making content on a smaller screen easier to use and understand.

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Online Vs. Offline Learning: 6 Key Benefits Of Providing Learning On-The-Go

Whether you train online or offline largely depends on the techie sensibilities of your boss. As a corporate learner, a purchasing officer, or a curriculum developer, how do you sell them on mobile-friendly eLearning?

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