eLearning Chef

"News and Notes from the eLearning Kitchen" - a variety of posts covering product news, best practices, industry trends, lingo definition, and overall perspectives on eLearning development.

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Updates! Captivate 9 and Prime (Adobe LMS)

Big update news from Adobe! A long-awaited update to Captivate, now at version 9, AND a new LMS product – Captivate Prime. I new this […]

Adobe TechCommSuite 2015 release

Responsive HTML5 output and Right-to-Left (RtL) language support! Two significant updates to the latest release of Adobe’s Technical Communication Suite. Targeted as a “publishing toolkit […]

Text-to-Speech in Captivate 8

Captivate continues to provide one of the more robust text-to-speech (TTS) features among the various authoring products. It not only ships with multiple voices but […]

Creative Cloud 2015 – Upgrade Cautions

Adobe recently released a pretty substantial update to their Creative Cloud (CC) product. Included are updates to many of the products, a return of Adobe […]

eLearning Resources

I have a few larger subjects to write about, but the time to do so is fleeting! So thought I’d do this quickie in the interest […]

Ay NPAPI! Chrome and eLearning Support

This has apparently been in the works for over a year, but it’s just recently popped-up on my radar as a I’ve received a browser […]

Caffeinated Lectora News

The pace at which Trivantis strives to improve their Lectora product is like the Avengers on coffee drips. Just a few months after the 12.0.1 […]

Do we need those stinkin’ badges? Social or Pro?

Of the various strategies embodied by the latest ‘gamification’ trends, Badging may be one that holds significant, longer-term promise. That’s not to say other gamification […]

CMI-5 Moving Forward (cmi5 – sandstone)

The recent April 15-16 on moving the CMI-5 specification ahead, resulted in a finalized draft release of the specification and target dates for initial release! […]

The State of the MOOC

So after a couple of years since MOOCs become a recognized eLearning strategy (and for the sake of our readers, I’ll suppose you know what […]

Lynda and Link get married; LynkedIn and skills training

The news that LinkedIn acquired Lynda.com (for a cool 1.5 Billion) has been full announced and increasingly expounded upon, but there’s always room for additional […]

Cloud Applications, Anecdotal Support

I’m not 100% sold on ‘cloud-based’ (SaaS, whatever-current-term) applications. Generally, I want to be able to work with my installed applications when a network/internet connection […]

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