May 23, Thursday 12:00 pm EDT
Duration: 1 hour

How to launch eLearning with zero budget

Do you think you need to spend a lot to launch eLearning? Not at all!

Even if you have zero budget at the moment, or need to convince your boss first before buying an authoring tool, you can get started with eLearning anyway.

To make this possible, we are about to roll out a major update to our authoring tool iSpring Free, which has a set of basic features to create eLearning content and check employees’ knowledge without spending a cent. Plus, we’ll host a special webinar to show you how to get started with eLearning using this free software.

At the session, you will see:

  • What is iSpring Free? An eLearning tool that requires no costs to use!
  • How to enhance a PPT presentation with quizzes, web objects, and videos.
  • How to publish a presentation to HTML5 or SCORM and upload it to Moodle LMS.

Join the webinar and try iSpring Free for your eLearning project — and then decide if eLearning works for you.

Arina Vass
Senior Technical Support Engineer
Arina is a Technical Support Engineer who always treats every customer request super carefully. She is eager to share her experience and help everyone take eLearning to the next level.

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