Two Quick Time-Savers in Adobe Captivate 9

Last week’s release of Adobe Captivate 9 has some great new features that really set the tool apart: More flexibility in responsive projects Greatly enhanced object styles The ability to capture video demos from mobile devices, such as an iPad (only available on the Mac version of Captivate) An iPad app that lets you create […]

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One Way Storyline Saves You Time When Creating Accessible Courses

A few months ago, Articulate released an update for Storyline 2 that included a number of features that can help you make your courses accessible to those with disabilities.  These tools are useful if you want to comply with WCAG or Section 508 rules. Many of the major e-learning authoring tools (Lectora, Captivate, Storyline) have […]

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E-Learning Gamification Made Simple

We all love our buzzwords in the field of e-learning. Responsive design, localization, social learning, blended learning, flipped classroom, flat design…the list goes on and on. Although some buzzwords come and go with the times, there are other buzzwords that seem to stick around. E-learning gamification is one of these terms. The idea of introducing […]

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It’s Not You. It’s Me.

I have found that by working virtually, it’s sometimes difficult to really gauge what someone else is feeling. Let’s say I’m giving instructions to a contractor for an e-learning project or communicating the impact of a schedule delay with a client, I don’t have the benefit of seeing body language. I can’t tell if someone […]

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Event Recap: mLearnCon 2015

Here at Artisan E-Learning, we attend many different conferences throughout the year. This year alone, we attended ATD Techknowledge (recap here), Learning Solutions (recap here), the Lectora User Conference (recap here), and the ATD International Conference & Expo. And because we clearly don’t have enough frequent flyer miles yet, this year we decided to add […]

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Event Recap: Lectora User Conference 2015

Back in May, I presented at the 11th annual Lectora User Conference. My presentation was all about using Lectora’s status indicator object and showcasing unique, but easily implemented, uses for it within courses. A few lucky participants walked away with our recently released E-Learning Uncovered: Lectora 12 book.  If you weren’t able to attend, you […]

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