It's no doubt that Articulate has made a big splash in the eLearning industry over the past few years. From Studio to Storyline to Storyline 365, their focus on rapid authoring has made eLearning a more palatable solution for corporations that want the training solution to be fast and inexpensive.
Behind it all, Adobe has been slugging away with its eLearning powerhouse software: Captivate. Originating what seems like ages ago as Macromedia RoboDemo, Adobe has turned their authorware into a tool that allows you granular control of your online learning intervention. Most recently the company has been at the forefront of responsive eLearning design, creating a template that readily allows you to deliver training on all manner of devices.
Which is why the Training and Technology SIG is working primarily with Adobe Captivate. We discuss eLearning design on a general level, but specifically dive into Adobe Captivate when creating content. The software has made its name in technology demonstrations, and our client organization, OneOC, uses Adobe Captivate for its eLearning authorware.
It's also one of the reasons why ATD Orange County is offering a workshop on Adobe Captivate this June 7. It's an opportunity for those who have developed a passion for eLearning, but are weak utilizing systems outside the Articulate Suite, to expand their skillset, broaden their arsenal, and deepen their understanding of what's possible within eLearning.
So if you're ready to explore the similarities and differences between the eLearning authorware you know and the eLearning authorware you want to know, check out how ATD-Orange County can expose you to new horizons!
Training and Technology SIG meets every third Thursday of the month. Check out our calendar of events for our next "public" meeting.
The Adobe Captivate workshop will be held this June 7.