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Captivate 2019, A-Frame VR, JavaScript and 360 Video

Here’s a sample VR Captivate file with the following features; Scalable – this means that the size of the content in the web page scales up and down proportionally to the size of the web browser window JavaScript 360 Video with A-Frame VR incorporated A-Frame VR scenes with JavaScript “talking” to Captivate variables Captivate 10 …

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Let me illustrate that! A quick guide to using illustrations in eLearning

What are illustrations? The use of illustrations dates as far back as the ancient times and as a matter of fact, the oldest cave painting known to us is more than 40,000 years old and archaeologists have figured out that these are the earliest forms of story-telling and ways of providing instructions. A cave painting …

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7 More Tips for Mobile Learning That Works

Hi Everyone, Back again! Here are the next 7 tips for Designing Mobile Learning That works. I’m not preaching that these “are THE tips” but these are definitely tips that I’ve used to approach our mobile learning projects. Tip #8 Don’t forget about accessibility Of course, there’s plenty of information out there regarding accessibility, so I …

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Storyboards in eLearning

If or when to storyboard At the beginning of an eLearning project, the storyboarding process can often be overlooked or bypassed completely, especially if other documentation already exists. User guides, PowerPoint decks and training manuals may be considered as substitutes for a storyboard. We might also think “I can’t draw, so there is no point in story-boarding” …

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