Ascend Training

Create eLearning Courses in Captivate & Articulate Storyline

Adobe CaptivateAdobe Captivate Bootcamp

This 4 day immersive Captivate Bootcamp offers a complete training solution for those working in Captivate. Our instructional designers will take you from start to finish in creating rich eLearning experiences. It is a comprehensive course that teaches both a solid foundation and enables students to add engaging interactivity.

Adobe Captivate

Adobe Captivate Level 1

This class is designed for beginner or those with some basic experience who want to create interactive learning systems in a variety of delivery options. Publish projects to desktop computers, iPad and iPhone, YouTube, and video. Utilize roundtrip publishing from Microsoft PowerPoint.

Adobe Captivate

Adobe Captivate Level 2

Our Adobe Captivate 8 Level 2 class enables students to develop e-learning software materials, educational systems, and interactive learning simulations without programming knowledge. This class covers the higher level features such as advanced branching, adding audio and video, working with Variables. Students will also further work with templates.

Articulate Storyline

Articulate Storyline 2 Level 1

This course will teach you how to create interactive e-learning courses using Articulate Storyline 2. You will learn how to create a project, work with scenes and slides, add text, graphics, video and audio. You will also learn how to create both simple and extremely complex interactivity by using triggers, layers and states. You will learn how to use questions and quizzes for both formative and summative assessment, including using branching and customized feedback. In short, by the end of this course, you will be able to design the engaging, interactive e-learning that your users will love.

eLearning Training Class

eLearning Training

Learn to create compelling, responsive classes for desktop and mobile with learning interactions, complex interactivity and video. Instructional designers, eLearning developers/designers, teachers and professors, course developers, trainers, and all learning professionals create engagning experiences with Captivate or Articulate.

What is the difference between Captivate and Articulate?

Captivate
From storyboarding to responsive eLearning, use Captivate to create virtually any kind of professional looking and instructionally sound content. Add interactive elements to transform static content. Use power-packed functionalities from within an intuitive UI that makes authoring easy and efficient. Author just once for computer, tablet and mobile views. Create a variety of quizzes and evaluate quiz results. Publish eLearning and HTML5-based mobile learning courses to leading LMSs. Roundtrip seamlessly with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Audition and more in Adobe Creative Cloud and work with the world’s best creative apps.

Storyline
If you can imagine an interaction, you can easily build it with Storyline’s slide layers, triggers, and states. Learners can click, hover over, or drag any object to trigger any action. Drop buttons, sliders, markers, and hotspots on your slide to add interactivity in seconds. With Storyline variables, you can customize interactivity to the max with minimal effort. Show learners exactly what they need to know by recording your screen activity. Then easily add captions, characters, and pan-and-zoom effects. With 25 different question types, question randomization, and question pooling, you can easily and quickly build insightful assessments. Publish to HTML5 for mobile browsers, Flash for desktops and laptops, and the Articulate Mobile Player for native iPad and Android experiences. Publish Tin Can API 1.0-, SCORM-, and AICC-compliant content for your learning management system.

Which is better for mobile devices?

Both tools publish to HTML5 for mobile browsers. Storyline can also publish via the Articulate Mobile Player for native iPad and Android experiences. Captivate has unique responsive project functionality allowing you to author once for personalized computer, tablet, and mobile views.