Too many Adobe Captivate features are just a bit hidden and not well known. Using the layers of sophistication of these features means you will save a lot of time, deliver more engaging and personalized learning, and be able to tap into external resources more easily. Joe Ganci, a Certified Adobe Captivate expert, will show you many of the Captivate features you need to make the most of this powerful tool.
There are so many features to share, that you get to vote on which you'd like to see the most, starting now! You can rank all the tips in the order you like. During the event, Joe will start with the most popular and work from there, though Joe reserves the right to mix it up just a little to cover some quick tips in conjunction with others. To see the full list of features and vote on the order in which you want to see them, see the full description.
Technology-based training often suffers from the "Terrible Too's of Training." The training itself violates the fundamental rules of adult learning, and consequently doesn't drive business results back on the job. As a result, trainers need to address two major issues—creating compelling content and post-training follow-up.
Today, revolutionary new video technologies are enabling organizations to effectively train and coach at-a-distance using high-impact, low-cost, TV-style video solutions:
• Compelling video-based e-learning can now be created by anyone using a low-cost depth-sensing camera adapted from the video game industry and an inexpensive cloud-based service. And this video can be produced anywhere, from an ordinary office to a hotel room to a home.
• Boring disembodied-voice webcasts can now be personalized by integrating the presenter with the content—in real time and presented from any location.
• Instead of depending on overburdened supervisors to coach learners after training, video solution now exist that manage a comprehensive coaching-at-a-distance process from a central location.
The result is a revolutionary reduction in the cost to create high-end, high-impact video e-learning, and an answer to the problem of supervisors not coaching and reinforcing training content.
What if HR could provide a set of learning metrics that could be plugged into the corporate scorecard? What if HR could take immediate action on these analytics to make adjustment to training at the speed of business? And, what if HR could finally tie training content to business performance? Making this a reality takes a Google analytics approach to measuring learning.
During this webinar, we’ll answer these questions through a series of real-world use cases that show learning data aligned to functional performance indicators. You’ll leave with the analytical tools you need to prove the ROI of your training initiatives.
Are your employees increasingly mobile, but your learning programs aren’t? If so, you’re missing out on an effective way to support your programs, make an impact on learning results, and be relevant to your employees’ day-to-day jobs.
Mobile learning used to be the next big thing—now it is the big thing. Join Mark Brandau, senior director product marketing, on September 25, at 1 PM EDT, to find out the top five ways mobile learning can boost your learning programs.
Where do you start? Start by attending this webinar to get an overview of using mobile technologies, get 5 tips to make you successful, and learn how to:
Provide learning on the spot, right when it’s needed
Incorporate learning as a part of your existing learning programs
Leverage learning to improve engagement, course completion, and learning effectiveness
Identify what types of learning programs work best with mobile
Did you know that within the first 48 hours of your employees attending a traditional training or learning event, their knowledge retention drops to 33 percent? Did you also know that research now shows that nearly 80 percent of learning in the workplace takes place informally? So why are training departments still spending the vast majority of their budgets on formal training efforts? Informal Learning has become all the rage over the past 5 years in the Learning and Development industry. As we’ve taken a closer look at this powerful discipline we’ve learned that Informal learning can actually be “formalized”, tracked, measured, and implemented through Performance Support. This session will address the methodologies behind designing, implementing, and maintaining effective Performance Support (learning while doing), and how it is now, more than ever, all around us!
The Millennial generation learners are rapidly growing in numbers and forcing significant organizational change. They are impatient, unimpressed with hierarchy, and want to be heard. They have grown up with Google, and are accustomed to “instant gratification.” Consequently, it is critical to evolve our learning platforms to meet their learning needs as they become an increasingly important part of our workforce. Are you really ready for them? Are your learning platforms designed to serve them? This session will outline:
The essential expectations of this new generation of learners
How we must evolve our training approach to address this change
What learning functionality addresses their needs and expectation
How phrases like data analytics, contextual information, and adaptive outreach become just as important to the learning community as they've become to marketing and sales
How business performance is redefined and learning's role is re-evaluated
The Tin Can API is having a massive impact on the way we deliver training and learning in our organizations. This session will talk about how organizations are rethinking the role and structure of learning systems to best capitalize on the capabilities of the Tin Can API.
Tin Can enables us to deliver and track learning in mobile devices, educational games, simulations and virtual worlds. Tin Can allows us to track informal learning and learning that happens outside the enterprise. It allows for learning data to move about freely and to be more tightly integrated with the larger enterprise.
These new capabilities have a dramatic impact on how we need to think about learning system design in the enterprise.
The hot topic of On Demand learning has sparked conversations around the world. With today's war on talent, organizations need to reevaluate how they recruit and retain key talent. By understanding and enabling your teams to partner with learning and technology you will be able to make informed decisions and consider a new perspective towards On-Demand Learning. Throughout this interactive session you will learn the key buzz words that will ensure you understand the essential concepts, processes and terminology towards technology and training. This workshop has been designed to share foundational concepts, definitions and examples that will ignite a new-age thinking that you will be able to discuss with others and consider innovative solutions that you may consider applying towards your next talent agenda.
Last April, Joe Ganci gave us his take on how to choose the right authoring tool for your needs. At the time, he said you should focus on the four Ts: Talent, Technique, Topic and Tool.
Now it's time to review the tools themselves and make sure you know which ones will work for you. Which ones are powerful? Which ones are easy to use? Can you have both power and ease-of-use in one tool?
There are the PowerPoint add-on tools: Articulate Studio, Adobe Presenter, iSpring, and ZenlerStudio. There are the stand-alone tools you install, such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, and Trivantis Lectora. Finally, there are the cloud-based tools: Allen Interactions ZebraZapps, DominKnow Claro, and Silitix Roleplay, among others.
Stop the madness! Joe will guide you through by explaining these tools in an unbiased look at each one. This will be an hour of your time well spent. Bring your questions and get ready for some answers.
Learn how Kenexa helps it clients implement best practices across all parts of the Integrated Talent Management cycle utilizing technology, content and services.
You will see how Kenexa's Integrated Talent Management Suite helps organizations attract, assess, hire, onboard, manage, appraise, educate, develop and promote their workforce to maximize performance and business outcomes.
Kenexa's "2x Integrated Talent Management Platform" provides a central repository for employee Talent Records, includes job descriptions and competency libraries and competency management tools for use across all Talent Management processes to help in assessments, interview questions, goal setting, development planing, succession planning, learning strategies, and workforce planning.
See Kenexa's market-leading Recruting Solution and how companies attract, assess, process and hire the best candidates and how an employee moves from being a candidate applying for a job, through candidate assessments, hiring and onboarding processes. Follow the employee continuing on through Goal setting, competency assessments, performance appraisals, development planning, learning (formal, informal, elearning, social and mobile learning), succession planning, compensation recommendations and more...
Get a view of Kenexa's next generation Onboarding solution that takes onboarding way past traditional orientation and forms. Onboarding with Kenexa is a driver of 1st year performance, engagement and retention, by combining formal and informal learning, collaboration, and other tools and providing access via any mobile device. Learn how to maximize the efficiency of your Talent Management processes and maximize the performance of your workforce and the business success of your organization with integrated Talent Management solutions comprised of technology, content and services that are available everywhere (PC, phone, tablet) in the world.
Kenexa's Talent Management Suite is a SaaS solution available for use by both midsize organizations and large global organizations.