All of the entries in Tony Tao’s popular Articulate vs. Captivate blog series are now combined into this single article.
At Fredrickson Communications, we are often asked questions about Articulate and Captivate—the two most-popular rapid eLearning development tools on the market. Fredrickson’s Tony Tao compares them head-to-head.
Social learning, the iPad, mLearning, and jetpacks. J. Hruby, John Wooden, and Tony Tao do some time traveling to see what the future holds for learning in 2011.
Insurmountable walls of uninterrupted text and other obstacles to modern communication. Molly Emmings offers advice on the use of bold, bullets, and other ways to battle the short attention span.
Brands aren’t just for consumer products and corporations to worry about. Learning organizations should consider their brand image just as carefully as other entities do. J. Hruby explains why.
There’s a very real need to make learning management systems (LMS’s) more usable from the perspective of the learner. What can usability testing uncover about how your learners interact with your LMS? Read on.
Looking forward to business getting back to normal after the recession? Follow along as John Wooden takes a look at The Big Shift. Business may never be “normal” again.
Conducting reviews of eLearning courses during the development process can be a difficult experience, but it’s also an essential part of developing accurate and effective courses. Robin Lucas shares her perspective.
In this final part of his two-part series about online collaboration, Josh Welsh offers three ways to structure online collaboration to help achieve results in a large organization.
Much hype has surrounded the knowledge-sharing potential of online collaboration tools, but making them work effectively in the workplace isn’t easy. Josh Welsh offers some tips.
Struggling with estimating the scope and costs of your project? Answer these questions and discover measurable information for the basis for your estimate.
Introducing new courseware to your LMS doesn’t need to equal a headache.