Introducing Note-Taking feature in Elearning: Print or Email Learner’s Notes in Articulate Storyline 2

Note-Taking feature in Elearning-Type-and-Send-1

What do students or learners do when they want to remember something during a lecture or a classroom session? — They simply take notes. Every learner gains knowledge and understanding of same information differently, so they take notes differently. Notes taking is one of the important tools to enhance the learning process. Since most of modern day’s leaning has moved to the internet in the form of eLearning, Mobile Learning, Microlearning, etc., it can be life changing if we could introduce notes taking in eLearning as well. You can now encourage your learners to take notes while going through an eLearning course.

In this blog, we will demonstrate how to add Notes-taking feature for Articulate Storyline courses which can be printed or emailed.

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Articulate Storyline Advanced Interactions: Plugin to Drag and drop With Ease


In most of the HTML5 eLearning authoring tools like Articulate Rise, Elucidat, Adapt etc., all the eLearning interactions including drag and drop are very elegant with subtle and smooth animations. I always prefer to have such smooth experience in Articulate Storyline’s HTML5 courses as well. Since it’s not a default feature in HTML 5 version of Storyline,  I created a plugin specific for Articulate Storyline drag-and-drop interactions. In this blog, we will see how to use this plugin to enhance the user experience in Articulate Storyline. You can watch the video demo of the plugin and download it as well at the end of this blog. Read more

Custom eLearning Development: Printable Quiz Data in Storyline 2 with JavaScript


Among all the eLearning authoring tools, I love the adaptability of Articulate Storyline 2 and its ability to relinquish the default options for a really customized quizzing in order to create a better eLearning experience. Be it custom eLearning or rapid eLearning development, the blend of JavaScript in Storyline creates endless prospects to make best eLearning courses.

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All You Need to Know About SCORM and LMS


Elearning has evolved over the years and has overtaken live classroom trainings. Most of the companies now make use of an LMS (learning management system), to provide and track all eLearning courses. Some will subscribe to an LMS service while others build their own. No matter what, all the companies want their eLearning training courses to work on their LMS’ and that’s where SCORM and Tin Can API get into the picture.

In this blog, I’ll explain all you need to know about SCORM 1.1, SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004 and Tin Can API, and how they are different from each other and why they are so important in the eLearning world.

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Caught into a Debate on Articulate Rise – Features and Shortcomings


It won’t take long for a discussion to turn into a debate, particularly when a group of eLearning professionals gather under one roof. Fortunately, I was one of ‘em, we had a great time discussing each other’s observations on Rise – a new responsive eLearning authoring tool from Articulate for rapid eLearning development. Luckily, I had a few microlearning sample / example courses created using Articulate Rise. In this blog, I will share the insights I gathered from our debate along with my examples on Articulate Rise.

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Dynamic Graphic User Interface (GUI) to Enhance eLearning Experience in Articulate Storyline 2

Dynamic Graphic User Interface (GUI) to Enhance eLearning Experience in Articulate Storyline 2

Theme-based Graphic User Interface with Articulate Storyline 2 can really make an Impact!

As eLearning designers and developers, we need to provide a smooth interactive experience to our audiences. A user-friendly interface is a crucial part in designing intuitive learning experience. User interface can have an impact on learner’s cognizance of whole learning event. So, the graphical user interface (GUI) of an eLearning course should be neat and clean. It shouldn’t be an obstacle or something that learner needs to decipher.

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Why Elucidat is the Simplest Cloud-Based eLearning Authoring Tool?


Elucidat, the cloud-based eLearning authoring tool, simplifies rapid eLearning development while delivering HTML5 multi-device / responsive eLearning courses. In this blog, we will see what makes Elucidat the simplest cloud-based eLearning authoring tool for developing online training.

Emerging learning technologies are changing the way we create and deliver digital learning to improve workplace training. Modern eLearning authoring tools are designed to deliver multi-device learning which is the need of the hour. Most of the eLearning providers or vendors rely on rapid eLearning authoring tools with in-built cloud publishing to accelerate the eLearning development. And Elucidat is one such online authoring tool that can help even a non-technical user to design and deliver high quality HTML5 based responsive eLearning.

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Lectora CourseMill LMS for A Better eLearning Course Implementation


Lectora CourseMill Version 7 – An affordable and simpler Learning Management System (LMS) by Trivantis

Delivering eLearning to employees as part of corporate training has never been so easy.

Lectora CourseMill LMS is a cost-effective software application platform which is flexible and powerful to customize as per your organizational learning needs. It enables organizations to deliver, track and manage Learning effectively. CourseMill is a customizable and fully scalable LMS and enables you to host on your server or let Trivantis host the eLearning content for you.

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Lectora 17 Inspire for Responsive eLearning Courseware Development

Lectora-Inspire_Swift-eLearningTrivantis is one of the long-established brands in eLearning Industry. Lectora Desktop 17, popularly known as Lectora 17 Inspire is the latest version of Lectora from Trivantis.

Lectora 17 Inspire, a powerful desktop course authoring application, provides every feature required to develop custom eLearning solutions. Lectora 17 Inspire is incorporated with Responsive Course Design approach – this enables eLearning developers to create mobile-friendly eLearning or mLearning courses.

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Lectora ReviewLink: Enhance eLearning Course Review


Lectora ReviewLink – a web based application from Trivantis to streamline the eLearning course review cycle. It simplifies and helps you speedup course approvals and sign-offs from client.

Managing course review has never been an easy job. A typical course review includes defining the bug, reporting and assigning for fixing, regression (checking whether the bug is fixed or not), comment submission for unfixed bugs, review feedback, etc. If there are multiple reviewers, then the process will become complex and difficult to manage.

ReviewLInk, an online eLearning review and collaborative tool, simplifies eLearning course review process. All you need to do is – Publish your course into Lectora ReviewLink from eLearning authoring tools such as Lectora Inspire or Lectora Online and manage your review process effectively.

The distinguish feature of Lectora ReviewLink is…

“Besides Lectora Inspire and Lectora Online, you can publish courses from Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate into ReviewLink. It allows you to review from any device. You can review courses any-time and from any-where around the globe. ”.


Key Features of Lectora ReviewLink:

Comment on bugs by drawing lines, arrows, ellipses and highlights
Supports SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004
ReviewLink is responsive
Collaborate unlimited reviewers
Each comment has a status to track its progress such as New, Fixed, OK, Achieved
Sort, search and filter course review comments
Export review comments to other formats such as PDF and CSV to work offline
Manage process by staying informed through email notifications
Supports 7 languages


Lectora ReviewLink is an efficient eLearning course reviewer tool. It’s a boon for eLearning developers, Subject Mater Experts, Managers and Reviewers (Internal and Client-side). It doesn’t compromise on quality and speedup the process of client signoff.