The FIRST 10 people to register get a free IDIODC Mug. But you'll need to also show up at the event to receive it :) We're looking forward to seeing everyone there and sharing a delicious, hot, cup-o-coffee, or your favorite warm beverage. It's going to be a great networking opportunity for you, and you'll be learning something new as well. So, be sure to register and get it on your calendar.
This article was shared by John Kissinger who was is a VO Actor and a guest on a recent episode of IDIODC. Reading this article will help you understand that you don't need to spend hundreds of dollars on a mic to get good quality audio for your elearning. There are other factors that are more important.
In this simulation you'll see how to setup a Flip Set widget that must be viewed by the learner in order to continue on to the next page. We'll accomplish this by selecting the widget and adding the "Is Complete" Trigger to it. We'll also set the Disable Next player setting.
In Flow you can have long pages of content for your users to scroll through. If you want to guarantee that they have seen all of the content on a long scrolling page, then you can apply the "Is Compete" Trigger to the page. In this simulation we will apply the "Is Complete" Trigger to the page and use the Enable Next action to allow the user to use the next button to move on.
This is great reminder to think about how we can get better at the processes we use within our training departments. In this article Kathy writes about options for creating Training Request Forms for your intake process.
dominKnow QuickTip - Open The Authoring Interface In A New Browser Window At Log In
Normally when you log in to dominKnow | ONE the authoring interface opens in the same browser tab as the log in page. But if the log in browser window is small enough (less than 720px high or 1024 px wide) it will trigger the authoring interface to open in a new Browser window of its own. And in this case, the browser window will not display the usual tabs and other options at the top, which gives you more sp...
dominKnow QuickTip - Increase the Stage Display Size By Hiding The Left-Side Panel And The Ribbon You can hide both the left-side panel beside the Stage and the Ribbon above the Stage. This is a great way to increase the display size of the Stage while you author, and is very helpful on smaller computer screens like lap tops.