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What makes “Rapid E-learning” rapid?

If you are looking for help to develop E-learning courses quickly, what you need is a Rapid Application Development (RAD) tool.

The use of RAD tools in E-learning has evolved over many years. Currently RAD tools enable you to quickly and effectively create and deploy Flash-based content for E-learning courses. These tools have enabled anyone with the ability to put together PowerPoint slides, to create interactive learning content.

RAD tools allow you to create content in much less time than an authoring tool, while retaining most of the features and interactivities that authoring tools provide. Common RAD tools today include Captivate, Lectora, Articulate, Camtasia, Ispring, etc. These give you ready made templates to create interactive content, multiple navigation options and in-built assessment capabilities.

Here’s what you could do with a RAD tool:
Quickly transform PowerPoint slide decks into Flash content

Synchronize voice over with slides and animation

Create SCORM or AICC compliant content for your LMS

Use interactivities and assessments

Embed live web pages inside presentations

Organize branched navigation giving the user more paths to navigate through the content

Apply multiple styles and layouts

Translate the content into different languages

While custom E-learning development might appear fairly easy with all these features of RAD tools, it is important to note that a tool is only as good as its user. Although these tools make development faster and simpler, the content to be developed and its effectiveness still depend on the developer.

STAM has a decade's experience in helping global companies with their Web Based product training strategies and investments, please contact us for your product training requirements.
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