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Mobile Features in Captivate 7 [Review]

The release of Adobe Captivate 7 has introduced a number of new features and even more updates/enhancements. There is an obvious emphasis on mobile. With this review, I’m deciding to comment/critique Captivate 7 from a mobile-oriented viewpoint. I won’t be commenting on the host of features that benefit all mediums (like Shared Actions, Tin Can integration, Interactions, etc.). If you’re interested in all the features of Captivate 7, check out this page. Ease of Use One of my favorite things … Continue reading

ASTD Nebraska 2012 Trainer’s Institute

We love working with the ASTD Nebraska group. This was the second year in a row that I presented a session during their month-long Trainer’s Institute. I was doing a 4-hour session on eLearning tools.  I covered Adobe Presenter and Adobe Captivate.  I also worked in some general mLearning strategies.  Below are my slides and a number of resources from the presentation     Resources Adobe Captivate 6 Free Trial Adobe Presenter 8 Free Trial Adobe eLearning YouTube videos Creating … Continue reading

Adobe Learning Summit Presentation

I had a fabulous time at the 2012 Adobe Learning Summit in Las Vegas.  In the afternoon, I gave a presentation on building apps for iOS devices.  My presentation included some general mLearning tips and tricks too.  Below are my slides, session files and a number of resources.  Thanks to everyone who attended and the many eLearning rockstars I got to chat with.  Also a big thanks to the members of the Adobe eLearning Suite and Adobe Connect product teams. … Continue reading

ASTD Twin Cities Conference Wrap-up

I had a busy schedule at this year’s ASTD Twin Cities Regional Conference in Saint Paul.  Three presentations and lots of networking at our exhibitor booth. It was a great show.  Thanks to everyone who attended my sessions and stopped by to chat!  I met a lot of great folks and had some really good discussions. Below is a brief summary of each of my presentations and any slides or resources associated with them.  If you have any feedback, leave … 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