E-learning Insights

iSpring QuizMaker: Changes in Sending Quiz Results

Until recently, iSpring QuizMaker suggested using students’ emails to send quiz results on their behalf. However, recipients’ mail servers would often block these letters. To prevent that from happening, all quiz results are now sent from iSpring.

Posted in iSpring News
Case Study: Rocking the Insurance Industry with iSpring

Creating Videos and Quizzes for the Insurance Industry

Donna Huffman is a Media Communications Specialist at McGohan Brabender, one of the largest independent health insurance brokers in Cincinnati, Columbus, & Dayton, OH. Donna is the clients’ contact for everything and helps them present their benefits persuasively.

Here’s how making videos and quizzes in iSpring helps Donna and her clients save time and meet business challenges.

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Six Customer Service Training Tools

Every company offers more than its products. Whether it’s a piece of software or clothing, there’s also customer service behind it, and behind every customer service there are people. This article covers the top six customer service training tools that will help you turn new hires and even seasoned pros into communication experts.

Posted in Comparisons
Join the iSpring Deutschland Community

Join the iSpring Deutschland Community

We have some great news for all German-speaking e-Learners! Recently, we’ve launched a new iSpring community in German. Now you have an opportunity to stay tuned for e-Learning news and upcoming events in your native language. The new community is named iSpring Deutschland.

What cool stuff can you find in the iSpring Deutschland community?

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Case Study: Creating an Interactive Game with iSpring

METRO Cash and Carry had a non-trivial task to deploy staff training. To make it happen, they created a training game and a quiz on product knowledge. As METRO didn’t have any experience at e-Learning course development, a game with video narrations was created from scratch. Take a look at their success story, told by Eugene Skrochinsky, a Distance Learning Manager at Metro Cash and Carry.

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Case Study: Project on time with PowerPoint and iSpring

Our long-time customer Richard Foster is a dental lecturer, who’s constantly creating compelling materials for his learners and colleagues. A while ago, Richard found iSpring Presenter to be the perfect choice to meet his goals. Read Richard’s newcomer notes on his iSpring experience: How to enhance e-Learning with iSpring Presenter →

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iSpring Story Contest Has Officially Started!

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Dear iSpringer, your success story can inspire thousands of e-Learning developers all over the world. Tell about your experience with iSpring tools and share it on your social media page, blog or website. Submit it to the contest, and win a valuable prize. Hungry for details? Then read this article to learn about the contest rules.

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iSpring Learn: New Authorization with Login

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iSpring Learn LMS has one more authorization method, as every user now has a unique login. Therefore there are two ways to access an iSpring Learn account:

    With an email and password
    With a login and password

    This article will help you understand how the new feature works.

Posted in iSpring Learn, iSpring News
Coming Soon: iSpring Customer Story Contest

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In August, we’ll launch a contest for our customers. The idea is very simple – write a story about your experience with iSpring tools and share it on your social media pages, blog or company website. The authors of the most popular stories will get cool gifts from iSpring.

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Create more advanced content using iSpring, right out of the box

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Do you follow iSpring webinars? If yes, give us five – if not, it won’t take long to catch up. The latest webinar, starring Michael Sheyahshe, was devoted to creating more advanced content using iSpring right out of the box.

While the topic was rather broad, Michael managed to cover many specific points like using branching scenarios, leveraging PowerPoint, creating interactions with Web objects, and much more. Care for details and special tips?

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