This fall, Las Vegas is the right place to be for e-Learning professionals, as the e-Learning Guild is holding their prominent DevLearn Conference there. You will be able to try the newest iSpring Suite 8.5 for yourself, get a live product demo, find out how you can launch mobile learning in your company, and see examples of mobile courses made with iSpring.
Today we’re releasing the latest update of iSpring Suite, the toolkit for developing e-Learning courses, video lectures, quizzes, and simulations. The new version 8.5 offers you a number of great improvements in the simulation editor, support of the new Morph transition, and more opportunities for knowledge evaluation.
Starting with version 8.5, iSpring PPT-to-HTML5 tools support the PowerPoint Morph transition. iSpring is the first e-Learning authoring tool which converts this complex effect into web-friendly format. Morph is not just an attention grabber, it provides a new visual means to explain complex things easily.
This update transfers and improves some of QuizMaker’s functionality, such as sending results to email and server, inserting hyperlinks, and spell check. It makes it easier to evaluate how your staff performs with assigned dialogue simulations, and lets you make these simulations more functional and with a smoother workflow.
It’s been more than a year after the unfortunate Flash Player update took place with its fatal security vulnerabilities. Adobe fixed them in 2 months, meaning that you were not safe playing Farmville on Facebook during that time. The modern market can’t rely on the technology that’s so unpredicted and potentially dangerous.
If you want to make your PowerPoint presentation universal, printer-friendly and compact, then converting it to PDF may be a good idea. High-resolution PDFs are ideal for sharing and printing static slides that have no multimedia or animation effects. This article explains how to convert a PowerPoint presentation to a PDF file and also how to share a presentation without sacrificing interactivity.
From September 28th to September 30th, New Orleans, LA, hosted the first Core4 Conference: Foundations of Learning and Talent Development.
The event was powered by ATD, the Association for Talent Development, together with iSpring. The conference hosted more than 300 attendees from all over the world.
Every day iSpring users from all over the world implement new creative ideas and amazing e-Learning projects. This has inspired us to organize a series of webinars where iSpringers can demonstrate their success stories and share first-hand tips and tricks. Watch this webinar recording to see how a high-tech company used PowerPoint and iSpring to create interactive and personalized presentations.
Three localizations have been added to iSpring products. Our tools are now available in Spanish, French, and German.
To make your experience as pleasant as possible, our hardworking localization team did their best to carefully translate iSpring products. Now, it’s more convenient for you to work on projects with iSpring authoring tools.
The most natural way to learn is to imitate others. That’s why if you want to teach others what you’re an expert at, it’s wise to demonstrate your skills in action. Even a short video tutorial may be more effective than a big textbook. See how easy it is to make a training video using PowerPoint in this article that consists of two parts: tips on pre-production and a step-by-step guide.