Month: October 2013

DevLearn 2013

If you’ll be at DevLearn this week, come on by and see us!We will be in Booth #415 at the Aria Resort and Casino (Las Vegas) showing off the newest version of Inquisiq R3 – and we will also be participating in “DemoFest” where we will be showing a recent content development project featuring responsive design to address the industry […]

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Captivate 7, Exit Bug and a Solution

Several of our Inquisiq R3 users have alerted us to the fact that courses developed with Captivate 7 published to HTML5 and SWF do not close properly when using the “Exit” button, forcing the user instead to manually close the browser window by clicking the “X” in the upper-right corner of the browser window. Through […]

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Instructional Design Strategies for eLearning

The ADDIE model has got to be one of the, if not just *the*, most popular instructional models used in the eLearning development process. It’s been around a long time, before ‘eLearning’ as a term even existed, and has its share of adherents and detractors. ADDIE, as a model, is a ‘waterfall’ approach…if you follow […]

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