eLearning Brothers and Lodestone Create a New Concept in eLearning Training

eLearning Brothers

Templates are built directly in the eLearning software whether it is Lectora, Storyline, Captivate, Presenter, iSpring or any other major eLearning authoring tool. The partnership will launch 15 events in nine U.S. Below are some of the featured topics: Trivantis Lectora Inspire. Techsmith Camtasia. (SLC, UT, January 21, 2014) eLearning Brothers and Lodestone have partnered to provide a new twist in eLearning training.

E-Learning 101: Straightforward Answers to Fundamental Questions—Part 2

ATD Learning Technologies

In October 2013, an eLearning Guild report showed the most common authoring tools were Adobe Captivate, TechSmith Camtasia, Articulate Storyline, Articulate Studio, and Trivantis Lectora, and those tools are still leaders in this market. Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, and Lectora are all excellent choices for creating Section 508 courses for people with disabilities using assistive technology. Adobe Captivate and Lectora offer responsive design.

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Review of #ASTD2014 International Conference and Expo

eLearning 24-7

Great to see Saba attend the event. dominKnow Claro (#1), Articulate (Storyline #2 and Studio), Adobe Captivate, Lectora and their other offerings, Ancile, iSpring, Litmos Author, TechSmith, Udutu, Allen Interactions and one other I can’t recall, but they were there. If you attended last week’s show in Washington D.C., you probably left feeling one of the following. Exhausted, but thrilled at everything you attended/saw.

2010: mLearning Year in Review

mLearning Trends

for (most) smartphones will prove far less significant of an event due to the fact content navigation and onscreen interactions will prove difficult on most of the currently deployed enterprise smartphones. A.K.A. How our January 2010 Predictions Played Out! As we reach the first anniversary of this blog’s introduction, we thought we’d take stock and figure out how things are going by revisiting our list of predictions for enterprise mobile learning in 2010.