P14 B.Y.O.L: Create Excellent Responsive eLearning Using Captivate
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Tuesday, September 29
Responsive design is one of the most common phrases used in the context of mobile learning. But can you use responsive design to simultaneously create mobile and desktop-based projects? Of course you can, and using the features of Adobe Captivate 8 makes it easier than you think. However, effective design goes beyond just the features of the tool: there are also crucial design and development issues that you must address.
In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to build excellent eLearning projects using Adobe Captivate 8 that work in both mobile and desktop environments. You will build a project one step at a time and explore why each step along the way is necessary. You will explore the features that Captivate provides that will help you create projects that respond appropriately to different devices. You will leave this workshop with a real prototype project to take home and reuse as you wish.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to implement a plan to deliver to both mobile and desktop learning experiences
- How to take advantage of Captivate’s built-in features to assist building mobile learning
- How to build a well-designed lesson that works well on both desktop and on mobile devices
- How to reuse the project you build in the workshop for future use
Novice and intermediate designers and developers.
Technology discussed in this session:
Adobe Captivate 8.
Participant technology requirements:
A laptop computer with Adobe Captivate 8 installed.
Joe Ganci is the owner and president of eLearning Joe, a custom learning company. Since 1983, he has been involved in every aspect of multimedia and learning development. Joe holds a computer science degree, writes books and articles about eLearning, and is widely considered an eLearning development guru. He consults worldwide and also teaches at conferences and client sites. Joe writes tool reviews and has received several awards for his work in eLearning, including a Lifetime Achievement Award in 1999 and an eLearning Guild Master Award in 2013. His mission is to improve the quality of eLearning with practical approaches that work.