How to Build an Online Course Your Learners Will Enjoy

Would you like to create online courses your learners will love?

February 9, Thursday

11:00 am EST

Free webinar

How to Build an Online Course Your Learners Will Enjoy


Alex Cleland

iSpring Genius and Tech Geek


1 hour

Join our 30-minute webinar to learn how you can build an amazing eLearning course easily with our revamped iSpring Suite 11 authoring toolkit.

In real time, we'll:

  • Create an engaging online course with iSpring Suite
  • Enhance your course with a video, an interaction, and a role-play simulation
  • Build courses together with your team in real time
  • Spend less time on eLearning content creation
Do you work in a team? Bring the team members to the webinar! They will definitely benefit from the demo and will learn the most effective techniques for launching eLearning projects.

See you at the webinar!

About the presenter

Alex Cleland

Alex is a Technical Support Engineer. She’s always ready to help clients with any product-related question or request.

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