iSpring Suite 9.3

16 new ways to present learning content

Advanced video courses, a superb set of interactions, and new drag-and-drop exercises — iSpring Suite 9 helps you achieve even more learning goals.

Advanced video studio

Create professional video courses even with no video editing skills

Video courses on sales techniques, soft skills, and public speaking

Record an expert session and point out the key highlights to help employees retain the subject material. You can mix videos from multiple tracks, add audio narration, and support the footage with annotations or graphics.

Interactive canvas — just like a PowerPoint slide

You can edit objects right on the canvas: add videos, captions, shapes, and images.

Mixing audio and video from multiple tracks

Use as many tracks as you need. You can merge several videos together, add music, and even show two videos at the same time.

Title screens and annotations

You can upload existing images or create visual hints, diagrams, and captions right in the video editor.

Smooth transitions between scenes

Adjust the transition effects so that one scene smoothly dissolves while the next scene appears.


“Watch and repeat” software tutorials

With iSpring Suite, you can record screencasts to quickly train employees to work with corporate apps. For example, you can show them how to work with an inventory management app, a learning portal, or a CRM system.

“Picture-in-picture” screencasts

You can record your screen and webcam video at the same time, and then show the two streams together or switch between them. For example, enhance a CRM screencast tutorial with a talking-head video.

Software tutorials with annotations

Now, when you record a screencast, iSpring Suite automatically detects keystrokes, mouse clicks, and typing, and adds annotations for these actions to your video.


Engaging interactions

Amazing new interactions for presenting diagrams, instructions, and catalogs

Tabs

This interaction helps you quickly structure your info. For example, you can show the principles of SMART goal setting or the SWOT analysis methodology.

Accordion

Present a call handling process or host a virtual office tour for new employees in a visually compelling way.

Glossary

A fast way to create a dictionary of terms, a directory, or a reference book. For example, you can create a glossary of industry terms or a reference book for account managers.

FAQ

Provide answers to common new hire questions to save their colleagues time and effort.

Timeline

Show employees the key events of your company’s history or product development stages.

Steps

Create a guide to communicating with irate customers or explain how to deal with fire in a safety course.

Cyclic Process

Illustrate any repetitive process, from raw material processing to the Deming cycle of decision making.

Circle Diagram

Present a complex diagram in a compelling way: for example, illustrate the demographics of your target audience or show new hires the values of your brand.

Labeled Graphic

Explain what complex mechanisms consist of, show product specs, or describe a new software interface.

Guided Image

Give learners a detailed explanation of how equipment works, or visually present a product to customers.

Hotspot

Explain what complex systems or mechanisms consist of. For instance, present a human anatomy diagram or a new equipment control panel.

Media Catalog

Create an illustrated product catalog so that employees can always stay informed about the range of products on offer.

Pyramid

Illustrate the company’s levels of management, or turn the pyramid upside down to explain how a sales funnel works.

Process

Easily create courses on work standards. For example, you can show how to sell bank products, explain a hiring process, or present the stages of product shipping.

More interactions are coming!

We’re continuing to enhance the templates library. If you have any ideas which new helpful interaction we should add, just let us know!

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Updated quiz arsenal

Tests and exercises for training and skill building

New drag-and-drop exercises to practice skills

Drag-and-drop activities engage employees and help them master a skill in a game-like environment. With iSpring Suite 9, you can ask learners to arrange objects or group them by categories. For example, enhance a merchandising course with a task to to shelve or load goods.

Ask employees to drag the correct answers to the appropriate places. It may be a task to pick the right tools for a job, or review key product specs.

You can also create an exercise for placing objects in the correct order. For example, have a new salesperson repeat the steps of the deal-closing process.

Drill-and-practice activities with extensive feedback

Give detailed feedback to help learners review their mistakes and improve performance. You can explain why an answer is incorrect, and provide useful facts or a whole article on a topic.

You can add several text blocks, images, and shapes, and set transparency, shadows, fill, and outlines — it’s just as easy as in PowerPoint.

Test design freedom

Fine-tune question layout and easily design info slides, feedback, surveys, and result slides. Now all these options are right at your fingertips in the visual editor.

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