It's like an assembly line for your content.
Your boss just emailed you a 75 page Word document and said "Make this into an e-learning compliant package".
Under that file there's some notes about quiz questions you might add in and that learners need to watch at least half of the company training video.
The email finishes off "and I need it done yesterday".
Oh boy. This sounds complicated.
Pfft. You've got this.
Drag on all your documents. Add a Quiz using the wizard. Paste in a Vimeo link and drag the score requirement to 50%. Reorder pages to be more logical and remove those blank pages you didn't need. Pick a snazzy design, and press Export.
That's it. You're done. Hmm, don't let your boss know you're that efficient, they might exect you to be even faster next time!
|SCORM compliant (Moodle, ScormCloud, Blackboard, etc)|
|Flexible, responsive designs|
|No coding / technical knowledge required|
|Unlimited conversions (no daily limits)|
|Audio support (upload or record per-page audio)|
|Cloud platform intergration (import, load and save)|
|All the formats (not just PowerPoint)|
|Secure & private authoring (we can't see your data)|
|Built-in Quiz, Video & Embed support|
|No 'premium / locked' features (you get everything)|
|Documentation, keyboard shortcuts, power-user friendly|
|Direct-to-platform publishing (via Coursesuite API)|
Don't overspend on services that limit how much you can convert per month, or require you to subscribe to unlock a full experience, or require you to pay for more time than you really need. You might only need Course Assembler a few days every few months - so buy it when you need it, and don't pay for what you don't need.
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