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5 Best Tools to Quickly Convert ILT Material to E-learning

CommLab India

When converting your ILT material to e-learning, you consider various aspects such as the format of the training material (micro module or video), the platform on which it will be delivered, whether to build it in-house or outsource, the duration of the course, and the authoring tool to be used. Lectora 16. Lectora Inspire, one of the first tools to support the development of HTML content, has always been a preferred choice to develop multi-lingual and text-heavy courses.

How to MOOC: Bite-Sized Content

Your Training Edge

In MOOCs, content delivery can take many forms, including videos, documents, slide shows, audio podcasts, whiteboard animations, and even live virtual webinars with real-time commenting and participation. In a recent blog on the Lectora site, elearning and social media expert Kristen Marshall identified 10 components of online courses that can easily be presented in bite-sized chunks: Videos. Podcasts and screencasts.

eLearning Costs : eLearning Technology

Tony Karrer

The course will be developed using a Lectora-style system that produces what is essentially an HTML/javascript page turner. What Training Costs Part I: Converting Content from ILT to WBT How long does it take to create learning? Bryan says that while it takes 34 hours of work to create one hour of instructor-led training, it takes an additional 33 hours simply to convert the PowerPoint slides from this same training into e-learning. He’s even podcasted about it.

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LIVE BLOG - Craig Weiss 'eLearning 2020' Seminar

Unicorn Training

If want to do something with 30 slides is that really going to work on a phone? 1) Tools people have used - pros and cons Articulate, Storyline, Lectora and Captivate limited in personality, scenario-based case studies, not rich learning. elearning2020 GP Strategies Ltd ‏@GPStrategiesUK 31m @diegoinstudio suggesting only 5% #ILT by 2020 #elearning2020 BREAKOUT 1: “The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated” - where next for the LMS?