RapideL-i Supports Creation of HTML-Based E-Learning Courses

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<strong>March 3</strong><br />RapideL-i, the newly launched, online rapid e-learning tool developed by Brainvisa, has been provided with a set of easy-to-use templates and a supporting course player. <br /><br />HTML courses are popular, as they are simple visually and have widespread access (all browsers, all platforms, without the need for a plug-in). The ability to search through HTML courses also is a strong reason why educational institutions and corporate organizations appreciate this course output. <br /><br />The templates of RapideL-i have been built based on sound instructional design patterns with which one can add content to simple forms without the need to focus on design layouts, integration or deployment complexities. On the other hand, RapideL-i also provides a blank HTML template that owns the power of flexibility in design and formatting. The blank template allows users to add free-flowing text, copy images and lay out the page as they like. This means greater ability to customize courses and control over every little detail of the course. RapideL-i also allows addition of images, audio, animations and movies to the courses.<br /> <br />Apart from the ability to create Flash and HTML courses with this one application, other features include online authoring, shared assets library, SCORM complaint output, support for collaborative working and the online review mechanism. <br />

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