Top 6 Queries You Need To Address Before Choosing An LMS

Before configuring an LMS for your company, think of what queries you, as an entrepreneur, need to address first. Basic questions a person must address before installing an LMS and spending money on it are clearly stated in this article irrespective of the volume of the business you do. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

8 Soft Skills To Facilitate In Online Training To Enhance Employee Performance

Are you trying to nurture your in-house talent, but aren’t sure which skills are worth the L&D resources? In this article, I’ll discuss 8 soft skills you should facilitate in online training to enhance employee performance. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Do Adults Learn Differently Than Students?

'Yes' and 'No'. Adult learners will surprise you with their speed of learning loss. Consider the WIIFM, relevance of the learning, and time to connect to past experiences. Include positive feedback. Training time is precious so you have to plan deliberately for it, and then you will get more out of it. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Conversations and Dialouges in Articulate Storyline 360

As an eLearning enthusiast, we would love to welcome more challenges in our journey of eLearning. This week’s eLearning challenge was to develop conversations and dialogues in eLearning course. We were equipped with a pool of conversational interfaces in many of our eLearning courses. Among them the most liked conversational interface we have developed for…

8 Useful eLearning Tips For eLearning Professionals

Not all eLearning courses are making the most of the available technology or considering the psychology involved in an independent study. So if you're interested in this niche, take a look at these tips for eLearning professionals so as to improve your eLearning strategy. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Top 10 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your eLearning Voiceover Artist

Increasingly Instructional Designers are called on to curate voiceover for their projects to compete for attention in a peak TV era. How do you talk with a voiceover and direct performance in order to get the best results, so that your client is raving about the vocal part of the project? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Building A Calculator – Part 1 – Introduction

Here is what I would consider a pretty ambitious project.

On the surface, this might seem like a pretty simple project but I found it to be a pretty good challenge.

For those of you who are interested, I will be putting together a multi-part series on how to craft the STAGCALC 3000

For starters – take a look at it and test it out. Obviously, I don’t have time to test every possible calculation so perhaps there is a bug or two – or thirty.
If you find one, please let me know.

Currently – as you’ll read in the working project – you do need to clear the display after each calculation that is done. No ability to perform one after the next in series. Also I have limited the small display to a range of -99999999 to 99999999. If you generate something larger or smaller than that you will get an error.

As we build this over the weeks to come – you can make something with your own flair.

I look forward to breaking this down and hearing your comments and questions along the way.

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Pausing Issue

Hi there,

I’m running into an issue with a slide auto-advancing now that I have added click boxes to the slide.

The slide is set up with a next button to advance the slide. The Next button becomes visible about 5 seconds into the slide, and has a pause point about 1.5 seconds  before the end of the slide. The click boxes are each set up to both Pause until clicked and continue playing the project when clicked (required to ensure the Next button comes up). I understand that the Pause setting means that when clicked the timeline unpauses, and the Continue Playing setting also means the timeline will continue playing when the button is selected. However, it seems that the Pause on the next button should be stopping the slides from auto-advancing.

I have another slide in the presentation that uses click boxes without this happening – the only difference is those click boxes have advanced actions (although no “pause” setting as part of the action) rather than the “continue playing” setting.

Would appreciate any advice.

thanks,

Emily

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