Training Curriculum on Active Shooter Attacks, Civilian Response, Casualty Care – Case Study

In a world where active shooter situations are on the rise and everybody from bank employees to elementary school students are starting to receive at least some kind of training or drills related to active shooter events and mass shooting situations, the need for comprehensive civilian response and casualty care training has never been more … Continue reading “Training Curriculum on Active Shooter Attacks, Civilian Response, Casualty Care – Case Study”

Exporting Course Variables and Data to Google Sheets

There are many reasons why a learning experience designer may want to export variables from Articulate Storyline or an Adobe Captivate course to Google Sheets. Just like a desktop spreadsheet file, a Google Sheets document provides a great way to look at your data across multiple records and compare values as needed. Furthermore, you can … Continue reading “Exporting Course Variables and Data to Google Sheets”

Free Webinars: Building Better eLearning Courses with Articulate Storyline

As the eLearning industry changes with the constantly shifting business demands, it is important to keep up with the changes and advance your eLearning development skills. We offer free learning opportunities to members of the eLearning development community who are interested in expanding their skills and toolsets. Webinar: Building Gamified Courses in Storyline To attend, … Continue reading “Free Webinars: Building Better eLearning Courses with Articulate Storyline”

How to Develop eLearning on Data and Statistics – Case Study

On a recent project, we were tasked with developing a series of eLearning modules on using statistical data and processing gender data in order to reach sustainable development goals. For the training content, we utilized the training curriculum written by the experts in the field of data and statistics provided by UN Women. The resulting … Continue reading “How to Develop eLearning on Data and Statistics – Case Study”

Using Infographics for Data Presentation and Data Visualization in eLearning

Using visual aids in an elearning course is an excellent way to ensure learners stay engaged and comprehend the material presented. But what if the data is too complicated with too many numbers and categories? To effectively communicate a difficult concept in an elearning course, you can use infographics for visual content presentation. Visualizing the … Continue reading “Using Infographics for Data Presentation and Data Visualization in eLearning”

Storyline vs. Captivate: Features of Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate Compared Side-by-Side

Here, at eLearning Company, we have been asked the question “Storyline or Captivate, which one should I go with?” more times than we can count, so we decided to do a thorough review of both tools to help our readers select the eLearning authoring tool that is right for them. In this guide, we are … Continue reading “Storyline vs. Captivate: Features of Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate Compared Side-by-Side”

Post-COVID-19 Training for Your Staff

It’s no secret that the outbreak and the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus had caused unprecedented disruption to businesses across the nation. Naturally, this unchartered business challenge brings significant changes to how employers train their staff and onboard new hires. Initially, when the pandemic began, training departments were mostly focusing on the continuity of … Continue reading “Post-COVID-19 Training for Your Staff”

eLearning Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices – What You Need to Know to Develop Advanced Digital Courses

Being a top eLearning company in New York we are passionate about sharing our expertise with the educational technology community and we strongly believe that the entire learning and development ecosystem will benefit if we all start sharing best practices, tips, tricks, unique solutions, and interesting challenges we overcome for the clients on a daily … Continue reading “eLearning Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices – What You Need to Know to Develop Advanced Digital Courses”

Want a Surprisingly Effective eLearning Tool? Use Email.

Let’s start this article with a scenario most of us have been in. You build an eLearning module and add a bunch of “additional reading” links on one of the closing slides. This sounds familiar because instructional designers and elearning developers in many companies are doing it on a regular basis. Now, put yourself in … Continue reading “Want a Surprisingly Effective eLearning Tool? Use Email.”

What Adult Learners Want in an eLearning Course

eLearning is not different from other instructional methods in that in order to be effective it needs to be interesting to the learners. And by “interesting” we don’t necessarily mean fun, loud or colorful, at least not for the adult learners. While interactivity and games almost always make eLearning more engaging, other factors are more … Continue reading “What Adult Learners Want in an eLearning Course”