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UPDATE: The new version has an option to translate your text (via Google Translate API) before speaking it!
I am working with a client that wants to dynamically insert the learner’s name and score into the audio narration. For example: “Great job Susan, you scored 98 on the final test.”
Chuck Sigmund asked for some help in the Adobe Captivate Users LinkedIn Group. He needs to create a multi-level menu.
I add a ">" to the beginning of the slide name of any slide I want to indent (ex: >Level 2 slide").
Then I run this JS when the course loads:
This is an update to my last post Future Proofing Course Links and like that solution this will work with any tool (captivate, articulate, lectora, etc)
David liked my solution but didn't want to maintain dozens of html files.
I will record a screenr to demostrate this also but here are the basic steps.
First we will create a blank HTML page
UPDATE: See this solution if you have a lot of links. Future Proofing Multiple Course Links
We received a question over at eLearningEnhanced.com from a user, David, who is linking to government sites but the sites keep moving the content!
This comes up a lot... you create a link to your companies internal wiki "XYZ.com/wiki" but then they go and change it "XYZ.com/help". Now you have to go back and change all your courses and republish them.
There is a ton of info in this graphic and you will be tempted to skim it... Don't. The data is very revealing.
The data indicates we are ready Mobile Learning.
My personal thoughts (and I have done a bit of work in this area) is that it needs to be innovative and well implemented or it will fail.
Student's need a reason to use it and it should offer something more then traditional eLearning or classroom learning.
You may have seen this latest product over at eLearningEnhanced.com It lets you display the students name (from the LMS) in your course content. Check out the screenr to see it in action.
There has been an ongoing discussion in the Articulate Forums about different ways to view Articulate on an iPad... Also some debate about if it needs to viewed on an iPad... Will mentioned that iSWifter claims to make Flash work on an iPad and wondered if it would work for Articulate. I tried it... and it did!
Articulate has a wonderful feature that if turned on will ask the student they want to resume the course when they left off. Sometimes you may decide to turn this off and force a student to begin all over again but most of the time we course developers leave it on.
I was recently asked by a client to create a set of buttons that would popup extra info about a slide.
There were four main challenges to this.
- Each slide would have unique info. Or maybe none at all.
- The buttons should disable if there was no extra info for that slide.
- The info contained HTML (links).
- The popup needed to cover the slide content.
Here is a screenr of the end product.