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use voice 2.0 in your eLearning projects…

In adobe, adobe captivate, adobe captivate new feature, collaborative elearning content creation, e learning, flash on March 30, 2009 by rajeev kumar

collaboration is new way of learning. We already know how chats and social networks are helping in this. It is all fun but everyone has to find their own way to learn, there is less flow and pattern. In most of cases one has to reinvent the wheel. Can there be a better way in which the learning flow can be decided by the content creator and he can pass on the knowledge to the learners. The learners still use all the fun things of web 2.0 world.

Since my world revolves around Adobe Captivate so my thought goes on to the ways in which we can use Adobe Captivate for this. In my view it can help by creating content which controls the flow of learning and all web 2.0 and collaboration is initiated, contained, guided, tracked and stopped by it. We have seen some example in form of youtube and google map widgets wherin we could use them inside Adobe Captivate content. And the content is restricted in terms of the information which is visible to users but more engaging and in the form they are comfortable. 

in view of all this one news caught my attention – this month ribbit opened itself to flash developers. According to them they help to “integrate voice and rich communication features into your website, application or community”. It means that you can add voice and telephony related features to your your flash content which includes eLearning content created by Adobe Captivate. It includes sms and transcription features. And with widgets feature of Adobe Captivate it is better poised to take advantage of the things happening. 

next two post we will see few scenarios wherin Adobe Captivate users can use it to add voice and sms collaboration features to their content and go through a tutorial to use ribbit APIs for flash .

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2 Responses to “use voice 2.0 in your eLearning projects…”

  1. Rajeev,

    Very cool. There is a great application for voice 2.0 in eLearning. The cloud based platform lends itself to the learning environment you describe. Students/Developers come to Ribbit’s PaaS to discover what others are doing, to rate their services, to share knowledge, and to experiment with creating new services using the available catalog of reusable services and widgets that speed development and collaboration.

    Looking forward to your future posts on Captivate scenarios.

  2. thanks david for the pointers, I was thinking of few basic ones.

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