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In Captivate 5 Essential Training, author James Lockman demonstrates the core features of Captivate 5, the popular tool for authoring e-learning content such as interactive presentations, click-through simulations, and customized assessments. He shows how to import and sync PowerPoint presentations, add interactivity, and incorporate audio, video, and voiceovers. The course also includes tutorials on assessment reporting and integrating with SCORM-compliant learning management systems. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi! I am James Lockman, and I would like to welcome you to Captivate 5 Essential Training. In this course, I will show you how to use Captivate to create exciting presentations, software simulations, and e-learning programs. I'll show you how to build a project from scratch and use project templates and styles to create a branded presentation workflow. I'll demonstrate how to use your existing PowerPoint files in your Captivate projects, so you can take advantage of presentations you already have. We'll explore how to turn full motion screen capture into self-running movies, interactive trainings, and assessments.
I'll also introduce you to learning management systems, and show you some new options for managing your assessments. There're lots new here, so whether you are new to Captivate or a seasoned veteran, Captivate's features are sure to make your presentations and e-learning projects go more smoothly. Now, let's get right into Captivate 5 Essential Training.
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