Since its launch, Rise has been championed as the fastest way to author responsive eLearning content. But with its most recent update – authoring has just become a whole lot faster.
All of the previous prebuilt lesson types (for example, labelled graphics, timeline and sorting cards) are available as blocks. Allowing you to quickly create unique eLearning courses, by dragging and dropping these components into your course, in any way you see fit.Read More
At its simplest, an LMS (learning management system) is the software which enables you to deliver, track and certify your online courses and training. However, in today’s age, an LMS is so much more than a system to deliver courses – it is an integral part of your learning strategy.Read More
Articulate Storyline lets you create virtually any interaction you can imagine in minutes. But to create these interactions, you need to make use of four key features; Triggers, States, Layers and Variables. In this blog, I will talk you through the function of each of these features and why you should be using each of them. Let’s begin!Read More
Design is incredibly important in eLearning. Clever use of design features can add depth and context to your courses, which can have a dramatic impact on their success. Cursim, our learning design and development division, demonstrated the importance of design in eLearning at our recent eLearning Community Demofest.Read More
Graphic design in eLearning brings a whole host of additional considerations for our designers, above and beyond those of a standard graphic designer. eLearning graphic designers have to consider how the design will work for our learners, will it aid or hinder learning? I spoke with our graphic designer, Tanzeel, about the things he always checks when designing a course, and I thought I’d share his 4-point check list with you now:Read More