Computer games have unbelievable abilities to keep people’s attention. As a planet we spend 3 billion hours a week gaming. People are willing to invest hours of their time trying to beat their own high scores. e-Learning needs to tap
Last week I reviewed Captivate 9 and I was quite excited about the new Effect and State options. However, I didn’t go into any detail as it would have taken up the entire blog. So this post will take you through
Since the 60s the 70-20-10 Model for Learning Development has been a popular model in education innovation. The 70-20-10 concepts is that that people learn 70% from experience, 20% from social learning and 10% from formal learning. So, where does
SCORM is probably the single most important part of learning management system hosted e-Learning and yet nobody really knows what it is. This blog is aimed to help you understand what SCORM is and what the future holds for SCORM.
So Captivate 9 has been out for a couple of weeks now and I have had a good play around. While compared to Captivate 8’s new responsive layout, this release of Captivate lacks a headline feature. However, there are still
Well, today is the day that Windows 10 comes to the masses. It has been a relatively quiet launch compared to the hype we used to get from Microsoft back in the 90s, but Windows 10’s launch is big news.
I have been a teacher of ICT and then Computer Games Development for the last seven years. Having recently made a career change and become an e-Learning Developer, a number of people have asked me why I made such a
I am currently reading Andrew Keen’s “The internet is not the answer”. In the book, Keen evaluates the last 25 years of the internet and says we need to rethink the web, rebuild the value of content, resurrect privacy and,
The integration between Edge Animate and Captivate was one of the new features I was most excited about when I reviewed Captivate 8 a while back . It has not let me down. I now spend as much time in Edge
Recently I have found myself reading a number of articles about 3d printing. They range from the Royal Mail printing trinkets for you, 3d printers in space to entire houses being printed in China. This made me think, how could