3 Things To Expect When Outsourcing Custom eLearning Development

Outsourcing custom eLearning development comes with challenges, such as working with a new team, trying to navigate through time zone differences, conflicting holidays, and more. This article uncovers workarounds for 3 common challenges involved in outsourcing custom eLearning development.

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Taking a failed quiz again after review

Hello!

I create courses for volunteers in Captivate 2019. They are telling me that they would like to review the quiz and then take it again because they don’t want to have a failing grade on their record. With the settings I am using, they can’t take a reviewed quiz again.

Can I allow them to take the quiz, review it if they fail, and then have them take a different quiz? Or is there another way to make this happen?

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Remote Vs Deskless Workers: What Kind Of Training Do They Need?

Remote workers and deskless workers are two very different types of employees. But they have one thing in common: they’re out of your sight. Discover their unique training needs, and tips to deliver effective training that will make them feel included and valued members of your company.

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Add a Duration Field to your Adobe Capivate Project in the Adobe Connect Content Library

By default, there in not a project duration field noted for an Adobe Captivate Project when it is published to the Adobe Connect Content Library; if you publish to Adobe Connect, the default fields appear as follows under the Content Information tab:

You may add the additional field under the Content Information Tab as depicted below; in this case I have 4 slides at 10 seconds per slide:

The simple way to add this is by editing the breeze-manifest.xml file in the Captivate output. To create and edit to that file, first make sure you have chosen Adobe Connect as the LMS when publishing in Adobe Captivate 2019:

Publish the project locally on your authoring client as a zip file making sure that Adobe Connect remains the eLearning option as depicted below in Adobe Captivate 2019:

After publishing locally to a zip file, extract the zip and edit the breeze-manifest.xml file.

Note: If you do not see a breeze-manifest.xml file then go back the project in captivate and make sure that Adobe Connect is the eLearning option and republish to a zip file.

Use any good text or xml editor and simply add the field: duration=”##” to the document type section of the XML file. In this example pictured below, I have added 40 seconds as my estimate (10 seconds per slide seems adequate):

<document type=”captivate” icon=”captivate” section-count=”4″ duration=”40″/>

After editing the breeze-manifest.xml file, zip the published project output and upload it as a zip file to the Adobe Connect Content Library. Adobe Connect supports select zip content and will play the project from the zip:

Now the Content Information field in the Adobe Connect Content library shows the duration of the published project:

The procedure above is depicted in Adobe Captivate 2019 and Adobe Connect 10.5.1. To see this procedure in a legacy version of Adobe Captivate, see the following 2014 tech-note on the Adobe Connect Support Blog: http://blogs.adobe.com/connectsupport/adding-duration-field-to-captivate-content-in-adobe-connect/

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5 Reasons To Offer Simulation VR Training Experiences

If you aren't considering simulation VR training experiences for your employee Learning and Development, you should be. Read this article and discover 5 reasons this learning approach could be a benefit to your corporate training strategy!

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Ingrid Strauß neue Geschäftsführerin für tts Austria

tts Austria, gegründet 2009, hat in den letzten Jahren eine sehr starke Entwicklung erlebt. Vor allem im Softwarebereich ist es den Österreichern gelungen, zahlreiche Neukunden vom innovativen Performance Support-Konzept von tts zu überzeugen. Und auch die Learning-Sparte verzeichnet ein stetiges Wachstum ihrer Kundenbasis. Strauß übernimmt damit ein aufstrebendes Unternehmen von dem scheidenden tts Geschäftsführer Peter Rosmanith, der sich nach zehn erfolgreichen Jahren nun neuen beruflichen Herausforderungen zuwendet.