Boost Assessment Effectiveness with Mini-Scenarios by Pamela S. Hogle

Learn how mini-scenarios can boost the effectiveness of multiple-choice assessments by adding realism and storytelling.

Discover—But Don't Misuse—the Wealth of Open-Access Media by Pamela S. Hogle

Learn the ins and outs of open-access media licenses—then enhance eLearning with free photos, graphics, audio, and video.

Toolkit: Obsidian Black by Joe Ganci

Obsidian Black is a cloud-based authoring tool that allows developers to edit its source code. Use the 30-day free trial to find out if it’s […]

Interactive eBooks an Ideal eLearning Platform by Pamela S. Hogle

eBooks are a versatile, budget-friendly platform for eLearning; they offer portability, easy access, interactivity—and even xAPI reporting.

The Death of Flash: Convert Old Flash eLearning to HTML5 by Diane Elkins and Tanya Seidel

In 2020, Flash-only content will no longer be usable to most learners. Use this interactive flow chart to guide conversion of Flash to HTML5.

Toolkit: Media Support in Six Major eLearning Authoring Tools by Joe Ganci

Most eLearning creators choose authoring tools from a small group out of the hundreds available. Here is a breakdown of media compatibility across that group.

JavaScript Drives Engaging Web Content—and eLearning by Pamela S. Hogle

Using JavaScript, eLearning developers can add animation, automate some tasks, create simple games—and more.

Exploring Tech: Tools for Scheduling Meetings by Brian Dusablon

Scheduling meetings has been an unsolved problem in eLearning development for decades. Here are some tech tools that may help fix things.

Seven Reasons to Use a WordPress eLearning Platform by Pamela S. Hogle

WordPress can offer a robust LMS platform. Here are seven reasons to consider adopting (or switching to) WordPress for eLearning.

Seven Reasons to Use a WordPress eLearning Platform by Pamela S. Hogle

WordPress can offer a robust LMS platform. Here are seven reasons to consider adopting (or switching to) WordPress for eLearning.

The New Raptivity Flavors: A Wealth of Interactions by Joe Ganci

Harbinger’s Raptivity now offers 191 wizard-based interaction builders that are compatible with dozens of eLearning authoring tools. Here’s Joe’s review!

Skills Needed to Create a Serious VR Game with a Game Engine by Matt Sparks

In order to create a serious game or educational experience in virtual reality, you’ll need skills with game engines and related game development software.

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