Monthly Archives: July 2012

No excuses for bad eLearning

Now is the time to upgrade your eLearning tools if you haven’t already. Last month, we saw the release of Adobe Connect 9 which added some great virtual training features and a completely rebuilt event/registration system for managing live online training classes. We also were introduced to the new and improved Captivate 6. I posted my first impressions shortly after the launch and I highly recommend it for anyone developing software demonstrations, interactive simulations or scenario-based training. People say bad things … Continue reading

Testing mLearning Content on Mobile Devices

Content authors creating mLearning often need a way to quickly and easily test their courses on a mobile device. The below video demonstrates how to set up a testing server so you can test courses on your mobile devices directly from your computer.  This saves you from having to upload the course to an LMS or staging server.  In the video, I’m publishing the course using the HTML5 output feature of Adobe Captivate 6. I’m using XMAPP as my testing … Continue reading