Bird is a Senior Web Content Developer with RWD Technologies, Inc.
(www.rwd.com) in Baltimore,
MD. Nicholas has been involved in
custom content development and e-Learning since 1999 when he began working with
Lockheed Martin developing custom ILT, and synchronous online delivery courses
and VBScript. He also spent time as a trainer and Project Manager of e-Learning
Technologies at QVC, Inc where he was responsible for all aspects of developing
various training solutions for internal employees and partner companies.
Nicholas is currently in his third year at RWD
and has been involved in the design and writing of over 30 e-Learning courses
for a variety of Fortune 100 manufacturing, telecommunications, pharmaceutical,
agricultural, and information technology companies. Nicholas really enjoys the
creative process and helping clients and coworkers find innovative solutions to
their training needs. Nicholas has a Master’s in Business Administration
focusing on Technology Management from the University of Phoenix.
Lectora is a very popular tool for developing e-Learning content. Because many developers need
to create courses that will integrate seamlessly with an LMS, this article focuses on some tips and
tricks for making SCORM-conformant content with Lectora. If you are working in Lectora for the
first time, you definitely should take advantage of the information here!
Adobe Captivate is one of the most-used tools among eLearning Guild members. While it offers many features, and great flexibility, there are a number of “tricks” that experts employ to get the best use with the least effort. Here's a collection of tips for Captivate 3.0 from a master of this complex authoring and simulation tool.
In traditional practice, the storyboard is a key tool for communication between e-Learning design team members and Subject Matter Experts. In rapid development, however, the storyboard is an impediment. In this article, you will learn about a tool that eliminates the storyboard and facilitates the rapid design process through the use of stencils.