Question – User Clicking an Object First

Hello, Are we able to have an object or image in Captivate that users must click first before viewing the rest of the slide?  For […]

6 Ways The 70 20 10 Model Can Help You Achieve Your Employee Development Goals Faster

The 70 20 10 model allows organizations to maximize the effectiveness of learning through experience, socialization, and formal training. Let’s take a look at how […]

4 Steps to Selling Your eLearning

If you’re thinking of a career as a freelance instructional designer in elearning or instructional led training, or you’ve already made the leap to running […]

Using Multiple Screens for Instructional Designers

Efficiency Gains with Multiple Monitors I have been using three monitors for the last 5 months and I’ve noticed that I seem to be working […]

How to Add Reference Materials to a Knowledge Guru Game

Knowledge Guru is specifically designed to provide you with a lot of flexibility to achieve your learning objectives. One way we offer this flexibility is through […]

1 Hour of Responsive Design in Adobe Captivate – How long does it take you?

I know this has been a topic that has been discussed on other sites but I would really like to engage in a discussion on […]

Why Learning Matters For The Creators of Learning

As elearning creators we understand the benefits of creating elearning for the learners of an organisation, business or even the public and I’ve noticed it […]

Guidelines for Creating the Forest Flight Minigame

Forest Flight enables you to create branching scenarios. It is helps learners practice using judgment and making decisions based on defined criteria. Example: Given a specified […]

Guidelines for Creating the Fish Finder Minigame

Fish Finder enables learners to compare one fixed item or category to up to seven other items or categories in some fashion. Fish Finder is a great […]

Bloom’s Taxonomy and Learning Games

You have a clear business problem, a related instructional goal, and a desire to incorporate learning games to help you achieve your instructional goal. But […]

Creating a Drive game for play in a language other than English

Have a Spanish-speaking audience that you want to play a Drive game? No problem. Drive games can be created in seven languages besides English: Chinese French […]

How Big Should a Knowledge Guru Game Be?

Customers frequently ask us, “How long will it take for someone to play a game?” The answer depends on how many questions you include in […]

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