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Recording of the webinar held on October 21, 2013

Recording of the webinar held on October 21, 2013

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  • Modern updated design – look and feel <br /> Enhancements were made to improve usability and user experience <br />
  • What’s enhanced productivity? In what way? <br /> Has there been any performance improvements? <br /> Answer: Post our release, we gave it to the influencers for their review and they liked the new interface very much. <br />
  • Tin Can should be called Experience API. <br /> When was version 1.0 released? <br /> Answer: TinCan v1.0 was released on April 26, 2013. <br />
  • Now having seen how to track an interaction using Tin Can, let’s see the difference between SCORM and Tin Can outputs through some tracked Raptivity Samples’ output <br />
  • Moving to the SCORM output for our next interaction – Multipage Assessment. <br /> It tracks the overall score under the heading “Raw Score”, Overall status as “failed” and the total time taken to complete the exercise. <br /> This output screen also shows some suspension data which is in the form of ‘Your Answer’ and ‘Correct Answer’. The suspension data gives you the details on the correct and incorrect answers attempted by the user but it does not follow a sequence and is not displayed in a very user friendly display format. <br />
  • Moving to the SCORM output for our next interaction – Multipage Assessment. <br /> It tracks the overall score under the heading “Raw Score”, Overall status as “failed” and the total time taken to complete the exercise. <br /> This output screen also shows some suspension data which is in the form of ‘Your Answer’ and ‘Correct Answer’. The suspension data gives you the details on the correct and incorrect answers attempted by the user but it does not follow a sequence and is not displayed in a very user friendly display format. <br />
  • Now let us see the Tin Can output for the same interaction. <br /> As we saw before, the output is in the form of Actor, Verb, Object, Date and Time Stamps. <br /> The highlighted sections show statements like: <br /> John Swindall experienced Greenhouse Effect Test <br /> John Swindall attempted “The Greenhouse effect is a result of which of the following?” <br /> John Swindall attempted “Volcanic eruptions and the path of the Earth around the Sun affect the climate” <br /> John Swindall attempted “_____ is a greenhouse gas found abundant in the atmosphere.” <br /> John Swindall faliled ‘Greenhouse Effect Test’ with score 2. <br /> You can see that every activity has been captured in the form of simple statements along with Time Stamp. <br />
  • Now let’s go a level deeper into some of the activities: <br /> The first highlight(Highlight 1) shows you “John Swindall experienced Greenhouse Effect Test” and John Swindall attempted “The Grrenhouse effect is a result of which of the following?” <br /> The next highlight(Highlight 2) shows you some more attempted activities. <br /> Lets see the details for one of these. Lets see the details for “John Swindall attempted “Volcanic Eruptions and the path of the Earth around the Sun also affect the climate” <br /> The details for this activity which is visible in this highlight (Highlight 3) tell you that the answer to this statement was True. <br /> If we click on the details of each activity, it will give you a clear picture on which all questions did John attempt and what were the answers for each of them. SCORM does not go into this level of detailing in a sequence and such a simple language. <br /> Let’s see another section from the output (Highlight 4) <br /> This will tell that John Swindall failed “Greenhouse Effect Test” with score 2. Now this is the output that you get from SCORM too. <br /> Using Tin Can, we can go into the details for this aswell (Highlight 5) which will show you that John’s Score was 2 out of 8 and his percentage was 25% <br /> Thus using Tin Can, you can find out every detail of the interaction in simple English sentences. It even goes upto the level of telling you which all questions were attempted, which were right, which were wrong and what were the correct answers for them. The analysis of this result can lead to effective conclusions like modifying the teaching approach or segregating students into batches for different learning techniques, etc which is not possible with the results obtained from SCORM since they are at a very basic level. <br /> (John will summarize the differences after this slide which can be referred to from the next slide (The next slide will be hidden though)) <br />
  • ‘Support for all browsers’ need to be more prominent <br /> We need info from support – which browsers and version are supported? <br /> Answer: Internet Explorer version 9+ and latest versions of all other browsers support HTML5 output. <br />
  • Briefly what is AS3, and why AS3 in general – few lines of text, not just bullet points <br /> Answer: <br /> What is AS3? <br /> ActionScript was initially designed for controlling simple 2D vector animations made in Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash). AS3 is the latest version which is much faster and advanced as compared to its earlier versions. <br /> Why? <br /> Since the arrival of the Flash Player 9 alpha (in 2006) a newer version of ActionScript has been released, ActionScript 3.0. This version of the language is intended to be compiled and run on a version of the ActionScript Virtual Machine that has been itself completely re-written from the ground up (dubbed AVM2). Because of this, code written in ActionScript 3.0 is generally targeted for Flash Player 9 and higher and will not work in previous versions. At the same time, ActionScript 3.0 executes up to 10 times faster than legacy ActionScript code due to the Just-In-Time compiler enhancements. <br /> In Raptivity, it helps in a better integration with any of the world renowned authoring tools. <br /> Point 5 – consistent animation speed – explain this in few lines <br /> What is the benefit of having AS3 output for Captivate, Articulate or Storyline users, what does it mean a customer? <br /> Answer: Captivate 7 supports AS3 output (It also supports AS2, but it gives error). This feature has allowed Raptivity interactions to integrate with Captivate 7 seamlessly. <br /> Does AS3 solve any issues we had before with other tools? <br /> Answer: Yes, earlier interactions gave error while integration and that has been solved post publishing with AS3. <br />
  • Besides annual licensing option, what’s new with licensing and support that we should share with audience? <br /> Answer: <br /> Mention about profits of being a Premium support customers, such as: <br /> Premium Customer Personalized Portal <br /> - 22*5 Live Chat option, etc. <br />

Webinar: Why Raptivity is a must have for your 2014 eLearning Toolkit Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Speakers Raptivity Valued Professional, Harbinger Knowledge Products Business Development Manager, Harbinger Knowledge Products
  • 2. Agenda • About Raptivity • Exciting new enhancements in 2013 – All New User Interface – Tin Can Support – HTML5 Publishing – AS3 Support – Evolve – Licensing and Support • Benefits of Raptivity
  • 3. What is Raptivity? SELECT • Diverse set of 190+ customizable interaction models • Wide range of eLearning interactions including games, simulations, brainteasers, interactive diagrams, virtual worlds and many more • You can check and see a preview before choosing particular interaction model CUSTOMIZE • Customization is a simple form-filling exercise • NO programming | NO scripting | NO special design skills required • Completely customizable interaction models with YOUR images, audio, video, look-and-feel, etc. • It's FAST, EASY and COMPLETE!
  • 4. What is Raptivity? SAVE & USE • Output interactions in Flash and HTML5 format • It's Tin Can, SCORM / AICC trackable • Your learners don't need to have Raptivity to view your eLearning course You can add Raptivity interactions to: • PowerPoint slides • Existing eLearning courses (compatible with authoring tools, LMS, LCMS etc.) • Websites and Intranet Raptivity now also supports AS3 (Action Script 3.0), which makes integration to authoring tools more smoother and easier
  • 5. Exciting new enhancements A look back at 2013
  • 6. New User Interface New Features: • Refreshingly New Experience • Resources at your Fingertips • Long awaited HTML5 Preview Why? • Modern updated design – look and feel • Enhancements made to improve usability and user experience For more details, visit: http://www.raptivity.com/elearning-product/raptivity-new-interface
  • 7. New User Interface Upgraded Features: • Enhanced Productivity – Fewer Clicks – Smart Memory – Dynamic Resize Feature • Superior Offline Product Help • Improved Search Capability For more details, visit: http://www.raptivity.com/elearning-product/raptivity-new-interface
  • 8. Tin Can Support (Experience API) • Next generation of SCORM • Offers greater flexibility and granularity in tracking learning content by making it possible to record activities that happen as a part of learning experiences, both online as well as offline.
  • 9. SCORM v/s Tin Can Understanding the difference through Raptivity
  • 10. Multipage Assessment Click here to view the interaction
  • 11. Multipage Assessment – SCORM output
  • 12. Multipage Assessment – Tin Can output
  • 13. Multipage Assessment – Tin Can Detailed Output
  • 14. HTML5 Publishing • Content published can be accessed on multiple mobile devices across various platforms such as iOS, Android, Windows etc… With support for all browsers
  • 15. HTML5 Publishing To checkout HTML5 samples, visit: http://www.raptivity.com/html-5-samples
  • 16. ActionScript 3 Support Benefits: 1. Seamlessly integrate Raptivity interactions with other authoring tools 2. Publish all the interactions in AS2 and AS3 format 3. Track all AS3 interactions using SCORM and AICC standards 4. Get consistent animation speed with other course authoring tools using AS3 output
  • 17. Integrating Raptivity’s AS3 output with Captivate 7
  • 18. Integrating Raptivity’s AS3 output with Captivate 7
  • 19. Raptivity EVOLVE A Collaborative Initiative for Raptivity Premium Customers
  • 20. EVOLVE Interactions Find In Image Mindmap Mine The Gold Collage Character Dialog Visual Assessment Drag Drop Sort Rapid Check
  • 21. Raptivity EVOLVE Drag Drop Sort Click here to view the interaction
  • 22. Raptivity EVOLVE Character Dialog Click here to view the interaction
  • 23. Raptivity EVOLVE Visual Assessment Click here to view the interaction
  • 24. Raptivity EVOLVE Find In Image Click here to view the interaction
  • 25. Licensing and Support Annual License Option Support Plans include: • Customer Support Portal • Free Upgrades • Priority Response Time • Access to Evolve Interactions
  • 26. Benefits of Raptivity – At a Glance Wise investment Smart Interactivity Building Tool Engage learners wherever they are Diverse ways of presenting content
  • 27. Announcements
  • 28. Webinar Getting Started with mLearning! December 10, 2013 | 09:00 AM – 10:00 PST Keynote Speaker Robert Gadd President & Chief Mobile Officer, OnPoint Digital Register Now: http://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/206536752
  • 29. Connect with Raptivity Raptivity http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1903564 eLearning Interactivity Hub http://www.linkedin.com/groups/eLearning-Interactivity-Hub-5050923 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Raptivity/24063017744 http://www.twitter.com/raptivity http://www.pinterest.com/raptivity
  • 30. Thank You info@raptivity.com www.raptivity.com