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E-Content Developing with Articulate Studio ’13

Frida Gjermeni


As the number of students deciding to benefit from e-learning courses grows every day, it is of vital importance to create e-learning courses that provide essential knowledge, anytime, anywhere in an interactive way. An interactive way of learning in the virtual student-teacher relationship means exploiting and efficient using of multimedia technologies in content developing of e-learning courses. Also the e-platforms for content developing, used in this process must offer new options on manipulating presentations, multimedia information and consistent updates on the working framework, so that content developers can develop high quality e-courses. In this paper we discuss the issues faced when using the Articulate Studio ’13 Software as developing environment of e-learning courses. A very detailed panorama while working with the integration of text, voice over files, videos with the PowerPoint presentation of lectures is provided step by step. The pros and cons of using multimedia and animations options in content improvement of the course are in the focus of the evaluation of the Articulate Software. The development of the ESL (English as a Second Language) e-course will serve as a background for our analysis. Further suggestions regarding improvements of the framework environment are also discussed here.

Keywords: Articulate Studio ‘13, e-learning platform, multimedia technologies, e-learning content, e-learning framework.  

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