Wednesday, November 16, 2011

e-Learning Evolution

New technologies and systems are rolling out one after another. In order for companies to stay competitive and retain top talent, they need the ability to train employees in a convenient, effective, and affordable manner.

The training and development world is buzzing with the latest releases of e-learning software. Here's your opportunity to learn about the latest developments and how they will help your organization grow and stay competitive. In order to keep up with the pace of innovation, company trainers and facilitators need access to e-learning software products that enable the creator to build courses easily and effectively.
Articulate and Adobe Captivate are currently the front-runners of the available software options. Both have various advantages and are making e-learning projects more interesting, interactive, and user-friendly.

If your organization is in the market for a leading-edge e-learning tool, there are a number of factors to keep in mind as you begin the process:
  • Identify specific training needs. Think of it as a shopping list. You probably wouldn't head to the grocery store without a list, so before you start investing in software make sure you know which key ingredients are missing from your corporate cupboard.
  • Talk to your team. Opening up the lines of communication will help identify needs and give the IT experts a chance to weigh in on which software may work best with your current system(s).
  • Adobe Captivate 5.5
  • Do your research. Compare the cost and capability of available e-learning software. Articulate and Adobe offer software specifics and demos on their websites. Don't be afraid to use your network either. Colleagues in your industry and even your competitors may be willing to share their choices and experiences. 
Your e-learning needs and Escoe Bliss
We work with your organization to assess your e-learning needs within your budget. For information on how we can help create or complete a successful e-learning project, call (949) 336-6444.

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