October 31, Wednesday 12:00 pm EDT 1 hour

How to collaborate with your team on an iSpring eLearning project

Picture 1_1: Easy-to-use quiz maker by iSpring

SPEAKER

Sofia Turner

iSpring Genius and Tech Geek

DURATION

1 hour

At the webinar, you will learn how to share your project folder and resources with colleagues and SMEs and avoid missing files. This info will be of great value for those who create complex courses with audio, video, quizzes, and interactions.

We’ll discuss:

  • 3 main rules of storing content on a computer
  • Managing subfolders in the project folder (folders with quizzes, interactions, etc.)
  • Backups (using the export feature to share a content with your colleagues)
  • Troubleshooting project file issues (what you should do if you lose your files)

Plus, you will also learn how to backup your project and ensure backward compatibility after publishing your content.

About the presenter

Sofia Turner

Sofia is an ambitious support professional who can easily assist a customer with any possible question. She loves to conduct live trainings, workshops, and webinars to share her expert tips and help eLearners hit their goals.

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