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The following examples were generated by our lead instructional designer (Paul Ladley).
They were designed and coded over the course of 8 days and were an exercise in self-
System training is Captivate’s stock in trade and it comes as no surprise that developing systems training is an efficient process in Captivate. The example presented here simulates modifying a widget in a browser. The Show Topic guides the trainee through the process and the Test Topic provides an interactive step through. Systems training has obvious applications in adult training, but can also be used in ICT classes in schools.
This photo story shows how good instructional design can even elevate a simple multiple choice question. Based on three panel photo strips, the design and development makes use of Captivate’s scripting and timeline functionality to display appropriate feedback and modify the next part of the story.
Photo stories are narrative based learning and are an excellent way to present dilemmas. In adult training they can be used to train procedures and in education they provide a powerful way to teach subjects like PHSE.
This example is an attempt to push Captivate to its limits. The SITUATED-
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