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
So, last week was Learning Technologies UK 2015, Europe’s leading e-Learning exhibition and conference. I went as a free delegate, so I mostly spent my time listening to the free seminars and talking to as many of the exhibitors as
Since the move to HTML5 I have been trying to find a way to automatically send e-Learning data from Captivate without using the users’ email client. In flash I used the CPGURU email reporting widget and have been unable to