Thursday, March 29, 2012
It is the start of summer and the Raptivity team is very happy to announce its latest contribution to the forefront of interactivity with new enhanced features of Raptivity version 7.0 which incorporates various features based on the inputs received from our customers globally. We reckon to get you acquainted with them so that you have a brief overview of these features and use them to create engaging and interactive course content in minimum time and resources.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Being a Senior Graphic Designer, you tend to gather a lot of insights on tricks and new processes in creating interactive eLearning courses. It isn’t easy to create an interactive educational course as it sounds but there is always a way to go about it. From the experience gathered, I will be sharing some interesting tips and tricks in course designing and how to build one from scratch.
Friday, March 16, 2012
The launch webinar of Raptivity Essential HTML5 support did bring in a lot of eLearning enthusiasts and industry professionals across three continents (US, Europe and Australia). Raptivity Team was intrigued with the real-time poll results collated during the webinar “Get started with HTML5 using Raptivity Interactions” held on 6th March, 2012. Since the webinar started with a poll, the results were an eye-opener for all the eLearning professionals and even others who are still in the primary phase of implementing mobile learning or are contemplating doing so.
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Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Raptivity Team would like to extend a very warm thank you for sharing your time with us by participating enthusiastically for the launch webinar of Raptivity v7.0 organized on 6th March, 2012. The theme for the webinar was “Get started with HTML5 using Raptivity Interactions”. It was conducted in three different time zones catering to eLearning enthusiasts from three continents viz; USA, Europe and Australia. The interactive session was all about mobile learning and specifically the HTML5 capabilities of Raptivity. The webinar attracted a good number of industry professionals which made the ‘question hour’ session very interactive.