Came across this brilliant article by Melissa Milloway, MSIT that’s well worth a read on receiving eLearning feedback. https://elearningindustry.com/elearning-feedback-12-tips-giving-receiving/amp
My new role has allowed me to venture past Captivate and enter the world of Articulate 360 and in particular, Storyline. I’m enjoying the change and have to say, Storyline is miles ahead of Captivate. I wanted to demonstrate (as well as figure out) how 360 AR can be added to Storyline, and turns out it’s fairly simple. Using the project I created using Marzipano here as the basis for 360, it’s as simple as inserting a new Web Object. From the Browse button navigate to the folder of the files downloaded from the Marzipano online tool OR enter the address of the Marzipano files that you may have on a server somewhere. View the Storyline course below or click to view in a new tab
Recently I came across this article on LinkedIn which grabbed my attention. It discusses the use of XR, or Extended Reality. I’d not heard of this term before, so did a very quick dig around around google to see what I could find. I came across this site that provides a clear yet simple response to each one of the emerging technologies, AR, MR, VR and XR. How could we use this in education and in particular, how will adult learners adapt to learning as part of this technology? In my current role I’m researching how we can use simple AR within a 360 environment to introduce adult learners to varying environments. I can see a use for XR moving forward.