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Adobe Captivate 9: Intermediate

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Adobe Captivate 9: Intermediate
About the Course
This course picks up where the beginner course left off. You'll learn to work with pointer paths, highlight boxes, image buttons and object styles. Then you'll learn how to work with rollover captions, rollover images, rollover slidelets, and zoom areas. Wasting no time, you'll then jump into all-things audio including adding, editing, and recording. And let's not forget text-to-speech! From there, it's working with videos, animations, and object effects. Then you'll learn how to add interactivity to a project via click boxes and text entry boxes. Last, but not least, you'll wrap up your learning adventure by learning to add quizzes (including knowledge checks) to a project.
About the Author
Kevin Siegel is the founder and president of IconLogic, Inc. He has written hundreds of step-by-step computer training books on applications such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, Adobe RoboHelp, Adobe Presenter, Adobe Technical Communication Suite, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, QuarkXPress, and TechSmith Camtasia Studio.

Kevin spent five years in the U.S. Coast Guard as an award-winning photojournalist and has nearly three decades of experience as a print publisher, technical writer, instructional designer, and eLearning developer. He is a certified technical trainer, a veteran classroom instructor, and a frequent speaker at trade shows and conventions.

Kevin holds certifications from companies such as Adobe, International Council of Certified Online Training Professionals (COTP), and CompTIA. You can reach Kevin at ksiegel@iconlogic.com.
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Duration:  2 hours 2 minutes
By: Petre Bica
Overall, I was disappointed with this course, for many reasons. Don't get me wrong - it is not a bad one but neither one that fits with the author presentation. Considering his experience, exposure and fame, I would expect something more professional: - the audio quality is awful (the computer mic? really?) and affects the learning process - the level of AC9 knowledge is quite low for Intermediate (I wonder how the Beginners Program would be) and there is a big discrepancy between the total view time and the volume of relevant ideas, instructions, explanations, etc - I see little Instructional Design and Training Delivery competency, despite the obvious technical writing expertise (some inputs: always start with the final result of what the trainees will learn in order for them to see the benefits and to be able to understand the learning context; show everything you say, that's the main advantage of video; take care where the focus is - too much time with the obvious and not sufficient with some more confusing or difficult aspects; put yourself in the game - for a 2 hours program, I feel the need to see my trainer, at least as long as it takes to relate and understand his context; improve the explanations through training delivery techniques - analogies, metaphors, comparisons, etc.). - the look & feel and also the relevance of the projects used for learning are very low. I know that the main idea of the program is to practice the form & the process but the content matters too. It didn't engage me at all. If I didn't know better, I would be left with the impression that AC9 is interesting but not sufficient for delivering competitive E-learning programs (both intelligence and design).

By: abdul kane
Desappointed! Course is not well organized and does not follow the principles of learnig objectives. Sound quality is not good. Weak!

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