What’s New In M-Learning Creation

What’s New In M-Learning Creation

Location-Aware Learning, Gesture Support And Html5 Support Are Now Standard.

It’s now possible for you to leap into m-learning with responsive authoring, which allows you to adopt a mobile-first approach to e-learning. Using responsive authoring, you can deliver seamless experiences across devices employing an intuitive, multi-device authoring canvas. You can create, customize and preview content without programming. You can leverage device-specific capabilities, such as GPS and gesture support to deliver best-in-class mobile.

Using Captivate’s intuitive new interface, you’ll be able to author as you always have. Content will rearrange itself for the new tablet and mobile views based on the selected theme. Tweak content for a specific device by moving, resizing and editing objects. Maintain content and layout integrity across devices by positioning objects relative to the screen borders or other objects. Use the in-project preview to see how your project appears on various screens. Publish as a single project and automatically deliver to the most appropriate experience for your learner’s device.

Responsive m-learning is made easy with Adobe Captivate 8. Now all you have to do is choose from the pre-set tabs the kind of layout that you’d like to work with. Start with your primary, or desktop, display, then set up your tablet display. Finally, set up a display that’s right for your mobile device. It’s surprisingly simple to create responsive courses.

The responsive themes do the slide layouts for you. All you have to do is use one of Captivate’s themes or create one of your own, and they’ll automatically fit your content to suit whichever device. You can preview with Edge Inspect to view the course live on your mobile device, and you can also maintain your interactivity and even support embedded HTML5 Edge Animations.

Now, Captivate supports multi-device preview. All you have to do is preview in Edge Inspect, and automatically you’ll see your content on your desktop, on your tablet and on you smartphone. Captivate delivers the learning content in the perfect size and aspect ratio, no matter what device you happen to be learning on.

Another exciting new feature is location-aware learning. Now it’s possible to use the GPS built into your tablet or mobile phone to trigger learning events. You can deliver location-relevant content to the learner. Imagine being able to deliver the specific humanresources training to that part of your organization or institution when your learner is in a certain building or room. You can also verify “found” locations. You can ask the learner to identify a specific location, and then verify that he or she has reached that location using the built-in GPS.

Captivate also supports gestures, which are a critical part of what we do when we’re navigating mobile devices. We use our hands, and we’re accustomed to being able to swipe to navigate. You can do that with Captivate. You can also show and hide the table of contents and the playbar, and you can pinch to zoom in and out.

Adobe Captivate smart learning interactions come in seven languages: English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese and Spanish.

As more and more of the Web becomes mobile, it becomes incredibly important to support HTML5 animation — natively. That means you can use Edge Animate and import Edge HTML5 Animation right inside your project — and it’s easy to erase annoying popups, even after you’ve made the video recording with a pop-up blocker.

—More info: http://blogs.adobe.com/captivate/adobe-captivate-tutorials

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