Review closing remarks and explore other courses to consider.
- [David] Well, congratulations on reaching the end…of this course on Captivate 2019.…You should now be feeling confident enough…with Captivate to start authoring…and publishing your own e-learning content.…Your first step now will be to gather the information…and content you'll need…to start you first e-learning project.…If you've been using PowerPoint up until now,…remember, you can bring your slides into Captivate…for a nice headstart.…If you'd like to learn more…about learning management systems, SCORM,…Tin Can API and more,…LinkedIn Learning has you covered.…
For example, the course title,…Learning Management Systems Quick Start…with Aaron Quigley is a great place to start…if you're new to LMSs.…And there are numerous courses on Moodle,…a popular and free opensource learning management system,…and if you wanna know more about SCORM and Tin Can API,…check out my course, Learning SCORM and Tin Can API…here at LinkedIn Learning.…This is David Rivers saying thanks for watching…and happy authoring.…
- Explore how to build, preview, and close projects.
- Create responsive projects.
- Use Fluid Boxes to make your work more flexible.
- Edit master slides.
- Add and program buttons.
- Select the best file format for your project.
- Add closed captions and voiceovers.
- Explore other eLearning platforms, including SCORMs.
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1. Get Started
2. Build a Project
3. Use Assets and Interactions
4. Work with Media
5. Assess Elearning
6. Publish Your Project
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