Friday, February 10, 2017

Adobe Captivate – Publishing Your Project on Amazon S3

As a freelance eLearning designer developer, I often have to share my eLearning prototypes with clients for review. I have had several solutions to this over the years but recently had some extra difficulties with my previous solutions. After some research, I found this solution from the folks at Articulate. I suggest you watch this video in addition to what I’m offering here.



The first thing you’ll need is an Amazon Web Services account.

https://aws.amazon.com/console



You’ll also need to download and install Cloudberry’s Amazon s3 Explorer

www.cloudberrylab.com/free-amazon-s3-explorer-cloudfront-IAM.aspx



Copy the text from this blog post below and paste it into your Bucket Policy Content window in Cloudberry Explorer. You will need to replace the example bucket name with your own.

http://robin.wenglewski.de/posts/2011/08/07/setting-up-s3-for-static-website/



If your course uses SVG image files you will need to add the Http Header for SVG

Click Tools / Http Headers, click add and enter…

Http header: SVG

Values: image/svg+xml



Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Adobe Captivate – Pop up Mini Knowledge Checks

In this video, I will show you how to create a pop-up mini survey, multiple choice single answer, multiple choice multi-answer, true-false type question. This can be a great way to have mini knowledge checks without interrupting the flow of training.