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Adobe Captivate 6: Best Practices for Creating Compliant eLearning

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Kevin Siegel    Several years ago I was in Canada teaching Captivate for a large Toronto-based company. We were just getting ready to cover the accessible features found in Captivate when I was informed that I could skip the section because Canadians were not required to create accessible content. I was surprised that the Canadian government had not addressed the issue of compliance (compliance is often a requirement in the United States), but I skipped the section as requested. If you work in the United States, or create eLearning content for a U.S. Slide accessibility text.

Managing Change in Organisational Learning: Part 1

Connect Thinking

Question from client: What do we need to think about to manage the change associated with introducing technology into our learning strategy? This is such a big topic that I thought I would respond over a series of blog posts. Today I’ll make comment on three broad questions. For end users to adopt technology, they must perceive that the return to do so is greater than their effort.

33 e-learning posts

E-Learning Provocateur

As 2012 draws to a close, I reflect upon another big year of blogging. In case you missed any of my 33 posts about e-learning (or something vaguely related), I have listed them below for your convenience. Thanks for reading! Learning events in the Asia-Pacific region 2012. Bad Apple. Aus-e-learning. Tips & tricks for self publishers – Part 1. Tips & tricks for self publishers – Part 2.

Tracking E-Learning in a LMS: The role of SCORM

e-Learning Academy

Question from a client: How are e-learning courses tracked in a LMS? Simply put, for e-learning courses to track in a LMS both the LMS and the e-learning course must be compliant to a standard. In Australia, the most common standard is SCORM 1.2. The value of using a standard is that e-learning courses can [.]. Learning Management Systems

[Study] The Anatomy of a Training Course

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OpenSesame: eLearning Solutions for Corporations

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Online learning is crucial for global enterprises and large corporations. Information travels more quickly than ever, meaning your team has to be constantly learning to stay ahead of the competition. They want to develop their skills to work smarter, but you have to give them opportunity. You must be able to provide the training they need wherever and whenever they need it. Enterprise

The Argument for Online Training

OpenSesame

When it comes to training, online vs. in-person is far from a settled debate. With arguments and preferences about efficacy, cost savings and speed-to-implement, it can be difficult to decide which way is best. Enterprise

Fitting Your eLearning Program into Larger Corporate Strategy

OpenSesame

In order to see the results you want from your elearning program, your training strategy can’t exist in a vacuum. Having well-trained, highly skilled carpenters in the office doesn’t help you if you own a printing company. Therefore, before you spend a cent on elearning courseware, online books, or any other online learning tools, you need to deeply understand your corporate goals.