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Although many RTOs are already well and truly immersed in the world of eLearning and the authoring tools available, it’s always worth keeping up with big changes and improvements as they happen.
So what’s new in eLearning authoring?
Even though website and web app responsiveness has been around for a significant amount of time, eLearning has generally lagged behind with desktop-only support being the case for most courses.
Many of the authoring tools available have clearly noticed the need for this form of mobile learning and made improvements to accommodate. This is especially noticeable in the latest additions to the Adobe Captivate suite:
Fill-in-the-blank and drag-and-drop question types have been introduced to let you get a bit more creative with the questions you design for your learners. Additional changes focus on supporting questions with greater depth than a simple ‘true or false’.
If you haven’t already, head to the Captivate and Articulate websites and see what’s new in the world of eLearning authoring. Integrating these changes will bring about a more engaging eLearning experience for your students, and make authoring content much easier for your RTO.