Virtual Event: Developing impactful eLearning with Adobe
Travel constraints and social distancing regulations have made us reconsider the way we communicate, collaborate and learn. For educators, a key challenge is transitioning from traditional teaching methods to a new digital learning paradigm. In a live virtual event hosted by Dax Data, Adobe Evangelist Dr Allen Partridge will explore how you can develop and deploy successful e-learning content with Adobe Captivate and Captivate Prime. Register now!
Adobe’s next-generation e-learning solutions for developing and delivering engaging and trackable online courses empower trainers, educators and instructional designers to deliver nearly any kind of e-learning content for desktop and mobile.
Adobe Captivate is a rapid e-learning authoring tool that does all the heavy lifting, allowing you to create fully responsive content, faster. With Captivate, you can develop highly interactive content that is reflective of learning outcomes and will help make the transition to e-learning seamless. Captivate also makes it possible to transform legacy projects into interactive online courses, saving time that would have been spent recreating them.
Using Adobe Captivate with Adobe’s innovative Learner Management Systems (LMS) software, Captivate Prime creates an end-to-end solution for online learning. These applications integrate seamlessly, allowing course creators to quickly and easily move between them. Captivate Prime offers one of the shortest learning curves of any LMS – co-ordinators can set up the platform, create courses, add customisations, add users and assign courses, all in under 90 minutes.
Join Dax Data and Adobe eLearning Evangelist Dr Allen Partridge for a live webinar on 23 July at 3pm SAST – Discover how you can develop compelling e-learning content with Adobe Captivate, and successfully deploy content with Adobe Captivate Prime.
Find out how you can make the move to online with Adobe eLearning solutions by contacting Dax Data – Adobe’s leading distributor for sub-Saharan Africa.