Linking projects in Captivate is where most of us face a learning curve. When we say we link projects, we basically mean that we're goin to combine multiple projects based on certain conditions.
You'd opt for this workflow if you want your projects to launch in a certain order, or launch projects based on a criteria.
In enterprise and large-scale eLearning projects, when many authors create modular content, linking becomes critical when all the projects need to be merged or linked in a certain way.
Here's how we'd link a project with another project:
Try out the workflow and if you face any issues, comment below.
And if the modules are being delived from a SCORM-compliant LMS?
Same question as Rod: I don't think this is allowed for SCORM projects....
I've had many inquiries over the years about this workflow in Adobe Captivate. If the learner has an LMS, I encourage them to upload each Captivate project as individual modules and then group them as a complete course in the LMS. The advantages of this approach are many. Here are just a few.
Thank you for this!
Thanks for sharing.
la cuestión es que estoy trbajando con PDF interactivos y al montarlo en un LMS no tengo opción a regresar al anterior.
Your only approach would be to get absolute path URLs.
This was very helpful!
Great tutorial, Paul. makes the process really clear. Thumbs up.