Despite already boasting the finest feature set in collaborative rapid e-learning software, Atlantic Link is delighted to announce a range of exciting new features and functionality with the release of Content Point Version 1.31.
Here is a quick insight into some of the major developments and how they make a difference:
Flash asset library fully integrated into Content Point. Users can now access over 80 content manageable Flash assets directly from a customisable Toolbox within Content Point. Content manageable Flash movies allow users to add sophistication and learning interactivity to their courses without the need for programming skills. Users can now drag in Flash assets from numerous categories including Quizzes, Media display, Surveys, Flow charts, Glossaries, Brain teasers, Games and more.
Multi-resolution support. Users can now publish courses at any size and resolution allowing easy deployment on mobile phones, Sony PSP, CD-Rom, Web browsers, wide screen HD TV’s and more.
Server storage for course structure templates. This gives our customers improved collaboration by the sharing of course templates, enabling Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to build a perfect course with approved branding, look and feel, structure and learning interactions in less than 10 seconds.
Interaction tracking and reporting on individual answers. Customers can now access improved granularity of learning results for advanced reporting. It is now possible to identify correct and incorrect answers and user’s choices and preferences.
Arabic support. Users can now produce courses in Arabic with full support for ‘right to left’ text and Arabic fonts.
SCORM 2004 support. The latest SCORM standards are now supported allowing users to publish courses to the latest LMS systems.
These new capabilities add to the power of server based collaborative authoring, automatic accessibility, instantaneous Flash generation, PowerPoint conversion and the rest of the features that have kept Atlantic Link (atlantic-link.co.uk) at the forefront of the rapid e-learning market.
Managing Director Mike Alcock is enthusiastic about the promise of the new features: “These changes offer significant benefits for users in terms of ease of use and speed of development. Our software has always been easy to use but these changes raise the bar again. You can be creating high quality, fully interactive Flash e-learning courses in minutes with this release. Drag and drop capabilities let you easily add complex interactions to your courses in seconds.”
“In the last 12 months, numerous organisations including The Nationwide Building Society, Waitrose, Boots, BDO Stoy Hayward, Scottish Power, Thomas Cook and many more have all selected our software, proving that we are the first choice for collaborative rapid e-learning software. Download the software today and discover how easy creating e-learning can be.”