How to Remove Players from Drive Games

Knowledge Guru

All Knowledge Guru accounts come with a maximum number of players. Periodically, you may want to delete players to help you stay within your limits. You may also simply want to keep your database clean and reuse a game with a new group of players. Manage Players

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How To Reset Player Data

Knowledge Guru

If you need to, you can reset a player’s progress in the game. A single player may request opportunity to replay the game. Note: In a QUEST game, a player can replay any level without you having to reset the game.). Select the MANAGE PLAYERS tab. Click RESET PLAYER.

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How to Add Players to a Drive Game

Knowledge Guru

Have Players Self-Register. Want your players to create their own account for your Knowledge Guru Drive game? Have your players self-register for your game in four easy steps: Quick Steps for Self-Registration. Manually Add Single or Multiple Players. Click ADD PLAYER.

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How to Have Players Self-Register for a Guru Game

Knowledge Guru

Want your players to create their own account for your Knowledge Guru game? Have your players self-register for your game in three easy steps: Quick Steps for Self-Registration. Send your game link/url to all of your players via email or post it on your LMS.

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Free Articulate Presenter Template: Player Skin

eLearning Brothers

Free Articulate Presenter Template Player Skin. The post Free Articulate Presenter Template: Player Skin appeared first on eLearning Brothers. Today I want to show you our free Articulate Presenter Template.

Customizing the Articulate Storyline Player

eLearning Brothers

But one of the more underutilized features in Storyline is the ability to fully edit the Articulate Storyline player. Imagine having an amazing template that you have been pouring your blood sweat and cramped fingers into surrounded by a boring pasty white player of mediocrity.

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Tracking Player Progress

Knowledge Guru

Both Guru and Quest game types include a variety of reports you can use to track player progress. If you want to know how a specific player is performing in the game, access the Player Progress Report. The post Tracking Player Progress appeared first on.

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Adding and Editing Players in a Guru Game

Knowledge Guru

Usually you will have players self-register for your game the first time they log in. Occasionally, you may want to add a single player to a game, particularly when you a testing a game before you release it widely. For the same reason, editing a player can be helpful.

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Searchable Video Player for Training and Development

eLearning Brothers

I just took a look at a searchable video player like no other! Imagine using the ultimate searchable video player training tool that works with any platform, any browser, and any device. The player was responsive and worked on my phone as well as my tablet and laptop — big thumbs up!

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How to Mass Upload Players into a Guru Game

Knowledge Guru

Do you want to spare your players the task of self-registering to play a Guru game? If email verification is not needed, you can opt to pre-register players for a Guru game. Mass uploading your players ahead of time may be a perfect solution. Manage Players Support

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Ready Player None: The Pitfalls of Gamification

eLearning Alchemy

Length: 777 words. Reading Time: ~3.5 minutes. It’s hard to have missed the rise of gamification in the learning industry over the past few years. Self-proclaimed gamification “experts” have seemingly dropped from the sky to fill our conferences and social media channels.

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Developing An eLearning Player?

Upside Learning

An eLearning player is a building block for more conventional [one with back and next for navigation buttons] eLearning courses. What’s an eLearning player? This post is based on our experience with development of Flash based eLearning players over the years.

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How to Add, Edit, Remove, and View Players in the System Admin Tool

Knowledge Guru

When you are logged in as a system administrator in your Knowledge Guru account, you can add, edit and remove players from all your game shells. The Player Management tool also allows you to view reports on how well your players are doing in each of the games. Add Player Tool.

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MOOC Major Players

LearnDash

The MOOC landscape is taking shape , and just like social networking sites before it, the major players are starting to emerge. There is a good chance that we’ll see some more MOOCs emerge in the near term, and then expect them to dwindle away as the true major players begin to emerge.

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Adobe Captivate Prime: The Fluidic Player

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The Fluidic Player is the universal content playback experience for Captivate Prime and allows for a simple, unified playback experience, regardless of the type of content being played.     There are also buttons on the Player for a TOC, Closed Captions, and Full Screen. 

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What an offline player means for your learning community

Paradiso

Well, we are getting towards this with an Offline Player for your LMS. An offline player, in the context of elearning, is a program which allows learners to download elearning content when they are connected to the internet, then complete the training later when disconnected.

Get Comfortable in Your Captivate Player Skins

eLearning Brothers

We have several Adobe Captivate player skins to use on your next project, and we’d like to point out some of the benefits of doing so. Player skins can also put control into the hands of the learner. Find more Captivate player skins here (including those shown above)!

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Team Players: Collaborating in Business

KnowledgeCity

Being a team player is one of the most coveted traits that employers look for in new candidates. What does being a team player mean? Millennials grew up participating in sports and being team players from their earliest days of playing tee-ball.

Customising the Player in Articulate Storyline 2

B Online Learning

There’s lots of options for changing the configuration and design of the Player in Storyline and here’s some of my favourite customisation tips!

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Monitoring and Analyzing Player Mastery, Confidence and Engagement in Drive

Knowledge Guru

Drive monitors and reports on three critical player attributes that work together to provide you with information that influence a player’s performance in Drive: confidence, engagement, and mastery. Figure 2) All three attributes are showcased on the player progress report.

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How to Send Players an Email from the Guru Game Wizard

Knowledge Guru

The Guru Game Wizard allows you to send email messages to different players or subsets of players within your Guru game. There are several occasions where sending an in-game email to a player or a group of players can be useful. Manage Players Quick Tip Support

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How to Register Knowledge Guru Players

Knowledge Guru

There are three ways to have players register for your Knowledge Guru game. Have Players Self-Register. In most cases, it is easiest to just let players register themselves. Simply direct players to go to your game link (such as [link] ) and fill out the fields themselves.

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Storyline 3: Responsive Player Features to Optimize the Learning Experience

CommLab India

Check the blog to find out about the responsive player features in Storyline 3. Learning Technology Articulate Storyline 3

Custom Captivate Player Skins

eLearning Brothers

A great way of doing this is creating a custom Captivate player skin. Player skins consist of the all the navigation buttons, the surrounding border and the html page. . Have you ever wanted to re-skin an Adobe Captiave 6 project?

The Demise of the Flash Player – What Do I Do Now?

Adobe Captivate

Specifically, we will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020 and encourage content creators to migrate any existing Flash content to these new open formats. Other browsers may decide to issue challenge statements such as “This page requires the Flash player to run.

Knowledge Guru Adds Player Analytics and Reporting Automation

Knowledge Guru

2) Player-Facing Reports. Players have always been able to assess performance by monitoring their score within Knowledge Guru, but now they can get detailed feedback on their performance on each learning objective associated with the game.

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How to Use Articulate Storyline 2 Game Templates and Player Skins

eLearning Brothers

As you may know, developing game templates and player skins can take a lot of time. After watching the videos in this post, you will be able to utilize the new features in Articulate Storyline 2 Game Templates and Player Skins. How to Use Articulate Storyline 2 Player Skins.

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How to Track Player Progress in Knowledge Guru Drive

Knowledge Guru

Knowledge Guru Drive includes a variety of reports you can use to track player progress. Here you can verify the number of players you have in the game and what their progress is within the game. You can also see quick stats and charts on players’ confidence and engagement levels. If you want to know how a specific player is performing in the game, access the Player Progress Report.

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Consider Player/Game Interactions

Kapp Notes

The best way to design from that perspective is to think about what the learner needs to do on the job and try to mimic those activities, actions or behaviors in the game and then design the game so the player has to do those activities. Instructional or serious games should be driven, in part, by the types of interactions you wish to illicit from learner.

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Getting Started with KGuru Mobile – Game Author & Player QuickStart Guide

Knowledge Guru

Help your players take Knowledge Guru with them on the go! Game Author: Invite players to your game and share the registration code. This is how players know where to go to play. Player Step 4: Play!

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Amp Up Your Storyline Project with a Custom Player

eLearning Brothers

A general rule in our eLearning development (and specifically with Storyline) is that a good template needs and deserves a good player. But what does a good player look like? But what if I told you that you could have a player that broke the boundaries of an ordinary built-in player?

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Adobe Captivate 5.5: Flash Player Version Aversion

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

One of the big decisions you will need to make during the Publish process ( File > Publish ) is which Flash Player to choose from the Flash Player Version drop-down menu. sports three versions of the Flash Player: 9, 10 and 10.2. While the Flash Player 10.3

Modifying the Player Skin in Captivate 6

eLearning Brothers

In this video learn how to modify the default player skin in Adobe Captivate 6. Captivate Tips eLearning Graphic Design Tips Tips and Tricks playbar player skin

5 Major Players in Distance Learning

LearnDash

To explore the distance learning major players in more detail, let me introduce Allie Cooper – an individual who has a passion for all things learning, education technology, and the latest industry happenings. Below, we’ll feature five major players in distance learning worldwide.

Smokescreen – The Future Of Flash Player?

Upside Learning

Smokescreen project is an effort to bring Flash player to the iPhone/iPad without installing the Flash plug-in. Here’s is what Simon Willison has to say about Smokescreen: Chris Smoak’s Smokescreen, “a Flash player written in JavaScript”, is an incredible piece of work.

The UX-files: the course player in Docebo Learning Platform

Docebo

The design principles behind the course player in Docebo. Building on the themes of the previous two installments of the UX-files, Andrea Biraghi turns our attention to one of the most pivotal features of the learning platform: the course player. The player reflects how the user learns.

TechSmith Camtasia Studio 8: One Smart Player

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Although your learners will not need Camtasia installed on their computer to use a SWF, they will need a modern web browser and the free Adobe Flash Player (www.adobe.com). According to Adobe, the Flash Player is installed on most of the world's computers.  When you produce a SWF in Camtasia, the output includes a  Smart Player. The Smart Player automatically detects if the learner's device or browser supports Flash.

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