I don’t know how many times I’ve heard “you train dogs not humans” in my career. This has always rubbed me the wrong way because it shows a distinct misunderstanding about the differences between training, education, and development. Training Training is the act of imparting a skill, something a person will do. People who think… Continue reading What’s the Difference Between Training, Education, and Development?
Oddly, it is not a simple matter of enabling a player button if you want your learners to be able to view a video again using Articulate Storyline 360. One way to do this is to set a trigger in either the Top Bar or Side Bar of the player. Take a look at the… Continue reading Create a View Again button in Storyline 360
An Observation Common e-learning development tools try to make creating logic in a lesson a simple matter of clicking a few buttons. This no code solution is great for the majority of what course developers will make. The logic involved is simple and you only need short snippets to make it all work. If you… Continue reading The Trouble with Actions/Triggers in E-Learning Tools
Today I watched the Keynote for Adobe eLearning World 2021, particularly the section on the future of Adobe Captivate. Project Charm is Adobe’s effort to create the next version of Captivate. It appears to be a nice visual update with a few productivity improvements but otherwise nothing too revolutionary was shown. A beta program was… Continue reading First Thoughts on Captivate’s Project Charm