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Sessions in Development Track
The eLearning industry is changing quickly, and it can be hard to keep up. Put that on top of ever-evolving tools, mobile vs. desktop development, xAPI integration, and other feature requests, and it’s enough to make you want to throw your computer out the window. But what if you knew what the tool developers had planned for the near future?Read More
There are many new web services available from Google and Amazon: image recognition, text to speech, voice to text, real-time data, and more. These services are inexpensive (some are free) and have the potential to make your course more engaging and effective. But how do you incorporate them into your course?Read More
There’s a common myth that responsive design means shrinking to fit. It doesn’t! And that’s only the start of the misconceptions then applied to eLearning. The truth is, many designers have several courses that aren’t responsive or are merely paying lip service to being so. You need to start converting them now, otherwise you’re frustrating a huge group of your learners. But where do you start?Read More
Being 508-compliant is meant to make your courses more accessible, but creating 508-compliant courses can be very difficult. Different requirements, changing definitions, and clarifying expectations will add hours to any project.Read More
Can you count how many times eLearning developers on your team have re-created the same button? That time really adds up. You want to create high-quality custom solutions, but they tend to take up lots of time. You’ve adopted templates, but they just don’t cut it for all of your users’ needs. What if you could create custom, cohesive, accessible, and high-quality learning experiences in half the time?Read More
As gamified learning transforms the L&D field in positive ways, it also brings along the challenges of game development: design problems, feature creep, troublesome timeline estimation, and project crunch. Game developers often say, “Making games is hard.” This is an understatement. What if there were a fun way to learn how to manage these pitfalls by investing as little as a few days, prototyping innovative eLearning along the way?Read More