Many organisations use a learning management system to share their eLearning courses with learners. However, some rely on their internal intranet or SharePoint to share learning with their employees. If you are relying on SharePoint to share your resources, your SharePoint settings will affect your end results, but these simple instructions will help you get started.Read More
Although most organisations use a learning management system (LMS) to share courses with their learners, we are often asked how organisations can upload Articulate Storyline courses to their website. This blog will walk you through the four steps you need to take to upload your course on your website. However, before continuing, we must stress that uploading your course to a website does not give you any of the tracking or reporting features an LMS would provide. If you need to know how well your learners performed on any quizzes within your course, you will need an LMS.Read More
Articulate Storyline developers will know that the ‘player’ in Storyline is the shell our eLearning course sits in. However, if you’re new to Storyline development, you might be wondering what on earth a ‘player’ is. Simply put, the player holds your navigation features, including your menu, resources, glossary, previous and next buttons and much more.Read More
Developing learning of any kind can be a challenging process, and for eLearning there is an added degree of complexity as you consider the scope of the project.
When you are getting started with instructional design for eLearning, even the smallest project can feel like a huge mountain to climb. As you practice, and your experience grows, you will learn that the more time and effort you put in at the beginning of the process, the easier your project will go.Read More
One of the challenges we face in the eLearning industry is designing courses that will engage learners in such a way so that their learning experience is maximized. We want learners to learn, retain and recall the material presented to them, while having an enjoyable learning experience.Read More