RapideL-i Enables Complete Design Flexibility for E-Learning Developers

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<strong>June 16</strong><br />A common challenge faced by most e-learning developers with rapid e-learning tools is that of having no control over the look and feel of the output of the course. Templates, though created for Instructionally Sound courses, sometimes fall short of meeting the design and formatting needs of developers. Moreover, not all tools support inclusion of the vast types of media formats available. <br /><br />In the constant attempt to overcome challenges faced by developers, Brainvisa has recently innovated the WYSIWYG template within the rapid e-learning tool, RapideL-i. Now, apart from the 100 templates provided to create instructionally rich courseware, this one blank template allows users to design the page the way they like, format it as required and add any media type within that course page. <br /><br />Using the WYSIWYG template, users don&rsquo;t have to imagine or visualize the look of the output. This means precise control over positioning of elements on the page. Moreover, one can easily add media (animations, videos, etc.) or insert images, tables, lists, hyperlinks, etc., with just a few clicks. One can also create multilingual courses, as this template supports a vast range of languages. <br /><br />In essence, the WYSIWYG template makes it very simple to create a course page without digging through the intricacies of HTML. No prior programming knowledge required, and there is no need to know what the HTML code looks like.<br /> <br />Apart from the ability to create Flash and HTML courses with RapideL-i, some other interesting features that will soon be added include the MS PowerPoint to Flash converter and MS Excel porting to create large volumes of courses offline in a short time span. <br />

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