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First Reflections on Version 11.5.0.

Adobe Captivate

Usually I will not talk about a new version immediately after its release. It has been possible to fill a shape with an image since version 6. One exception: embedded buttons on Quiz/Score slides cannot be shape buttons, so I use transparent buttons for those. In version 11.5 I will show a use case of custom hotspot questions with partial scoring like described in this older post. Intro.

First Reflections on Version 11.5.0.437

Adobe Captivate

Usually I will not talk about a new version immediately after its release. It has been possible to fill a shape with an image since version 6. One exception: embedded buttons on Quiz/Score slides cannot be shape buttons, so I use transparent buttons for those. In version 11.5 I will show a use case of custom hotspot questions with partial scoring like described in this older post. Intro.

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Rapid Authoring Tips to Tackle Legacy Flash eLearning Content

BrightCarbon

Welcome to our comprehensive guide to handling legacy Flash eLearning content. This page has all you need to know to on how to rapidly republish or recreate your courses to adapt to the imminent end of Flash at the end of 2020. What is happening to legacy Flash eLearning content?

How to Publish SCORM Content in Adobe Captivate

LearnUpon

We’ll publish content as SCORM version 1.2. This is the version that is compatible with LearnUpon LMS. Depending on the version of Captivate you use there may be slight changes to the interface. Three versions are available to eLearning pros: Captivate 8, Captivate 9 and Captivate 2017. It also removes the ability to publish flash content as flash is now dead. Standard: The version your SCORM file will be published in.

Publishing A SCORM Course with Articulate Storyline 3

LearnUpon

as it’s the version of SCORM that LearnUpon supports. The description only comes into play if your learners are using the articulate mobile player.). The main choice here is between HTML5 and flash. We’ve written in the past about the demise of flash and how that will affect your SCORM courses – in short: You should choose HTML5! Options to choose from: HTML5. FLash. Articulate mobile player*.

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The brand new Captivate 9 puts Adobe years ahead of the competition

mLearning Revolution

Back in 2012 you would have been hard-pressed to find anything exciting in version 6 of Adobe Captivate, in fact most of the cool stuff at the time was coming from Adobe’s competitors, namely Articulate with their new Storyline software and their latest iteration of Articulate Studio. The inclusion of Responsive Learning projects in Captivate 8 was a game-changer in my mind, and with the improvements made in version 9, things only continue get better.

SCORM vs AICC: how do they compare?

Elucidat

There are several versions of the SCORM standards. SCORM lets you monitor basic data like whether a learner has completed a module and their overall score, but it won’t let you track anything more detailed than that. It was designed for Flash. SCORM was originally intended for Flash-based courses, which aren’t a popular option now that support for Flash is fading. HTML5 courses can be created to SCORM standards, but it limits their functionality.

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How to Publish SCORM Content in Adobe Captivate

LearnUpon

We’ll publish content as SCORM version 1.2. This is the version that is compatible with LearnUpon LMS. Depending on the version of Captivate you use there may be slight changes to the interface. Three versions are available to eLearning pros: Captivate 8, Captivate 9 and Captivate 2017. It also removes the ability to publish flash content as flash is now dead. Standard: The version your SCORM file will be published in.

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Interactivity in Software Tutorials?

Adobe Captivate

I have been choosing it many years ago (with version 1) for that feature as well. It can be used as standalone asset; the viewer only needs a mp4 player which is available on each system. An old example (for versions before 9), one of my first Video Demo’s where I tried to give some in-depth explanation by intensive use of the Video Demo editor can be found on YouTube: Simple/Standard action. Interactive objects can always be scored, and reported to a LMS.

What’s Hot with Articulate 360? – Part 6: Quizmaker 360

CommLab India

Possibility of assigning negative scores; you can deduct points for every wrong answer. The application also allows you to insert Flash and web objects into your quizzes, in a hassle-free manner. Quizmaker 360 comes with a responsive Player that enables you to deliver assessments on the device of the learners’ choice. Quizzes can be published to Flash, HTML5, and Articulate Player, a native mobile app available in iOS and Android versions.

Importance of Captivate’s Events?

Adobe Captivate

Since that object is no longer supported for HTML5 output, I took it out of the table. InfoSemantics developed a HTML5 widget that is one of my favourites: the CpExtra Widget. A trial version is available. InfoSemantics used to have a SWF widget (EventHandler), worked great, but with the EOL of Flash player for all browsers, not so useful anymore. Intro. Over 6 years ago I published a blog post explaining the importance of Events in the application.

Updated Comparison of E-Learning Authoring Tools

E-learning Uncovered

Studio ’13 is a very nice upgrade that features new Engage templates, additional quiz questions (including drag-and-drop), feedback layers, HTML5 publishing, characters, and a unified player, among other things. ( For that reason, many of its scores have not changed – it is still easier to use and has better graphics capabilities than the other tools in the grid, and it still has less power than the others – but that’s by design.

Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review

mLearning Trends

One year ago today, I offered nine predictions running the gamut of hardware, software, industry players and general market movements based on trends we were experiencing in the commercial mobile learning marketplace; here’s my analysis of where these predictions landed twelve months later. Flash will still not be supported on iOS devices in 2011 but this fact will matter far less over time. a.k.a. How On Target Were My 2011 Predictions?

Articulate Storyline 2: A Year in Review 2016

CommLab India

Here’s a brief account of all the changes: Added notifications with instructions, denoting the new security feature for Flash player 23 or later. With this update, whenever a user attempts to play any published content locally, he will now be presented a spinning circle of a Flash player notification telling him that local playback of published content is disabled. Fly-in animations now work seamlessly for shuffled answer choices in HTML5 output.

eLearning Cyclops: Signs of Being in e-Learning Hell #eLearningHell

eLearning Cyclops

Signs you are in e-learning hell (as a designer/developer): The Help Desk calls and tells you they are receiving too many calls regarding your course and the _ (pop-up blocker, Flash Player and/or LMS sign-on). You scored 100% on the quiz but are not marked "complete" because you skipped page 42. I'm now being accused of cheating by doing nothing but enter my own grade because I have administrative access and must retake a paper version the test. eLearning Cyclops.

5 Tips to Prepare Your Storyline Course for Your LMS

eLearning Brothers

There are two main versions of the SCORM standard, Version 1.2 The key difference between the two versions is course sequencing, it was added to 2004 version. Traditional SCORM content is Flash-based, which may cause issues on new platforms and mobile devices. In most cases, nowadays, it is highly recommended that you publish for HTML5. August. As the kids go back to school, our thoughts are turned to learning.