Tech Talk (Jan/Feb 2017)

Find out about the latest advances in training technology.
  • Chatlight launched an LED light that attaches to any smartphone, tablet, or computer to augment the lighting available during online video chats and live video streaming. Developed by a professional photographer, Chatlight is designed to cast the optimal amount of light, making users look like they’re filming in a professional studio.

  • Articulate released Articulate 360, a new subscription offering for e-learning developers that provides apps, content, and services that make it easier to create multi-device e-learning, source high-quality course assets, collaborate with stakeholders, and grow e-learning development skills. Articulate 360 also includes the all-new Rise, an app for creating inherently responsive courses.

  • Cerebyte announced the availability of UrSof, its new online learning platform for neuroscience-based self-discovery and self-directed learning.

  • Remote-Learner, a provider of e-learning solutions for the corporate, education, and government markets, launched its new Altitude theme to the Moodle Community. Altitude updates the appearance and functionality of a base Moodle installation, bringing it in line with current standards of mobile access and user expectations. New features include Action Block, giving users quick access to important internal site pages or external resources; My Course Menu, which offers easy navigation between a user’s own courses; and Site Alerts, which keep users informed of course and site news.
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