How a student eLearning class project at Metro State University of Denver “went national” and became an effective organ transplant information campaign.
The non-profit network known as Donate Life, and its affiliate, Midwest Transplant Network of Kansas City needed a way to inform hundreds of medical, DMV and funeral home professionals about this complicated process.
You will learn:
Working with eLearning clients and SMEs remotely
Storyboarding and client approval process
Optimizing video for smooth web delivery
Creating a registration, quiz and certificate of completion with simple technology that does not need an expensive LMS to gather results
Adobe RoboHelp (2019
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With thousands of authors around the world using RoboHelp in different
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