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Difference between Connect and Captivate for creating eLearning Content

New Here ,
Aug 30, 2021 Aug 30, 2021

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I've recently started working for a Community College for their non-credit/contract training division for skilled trades (Electrical, Welding, PLCs, Robotics, etc.). I'd like to make sure my content is not just a boring old powerpoint and has some interactive capabilities. Also, we use Canvas LMS so i know that SCORM can be used for integrating Adobe Captivate or Connect. 

 

What are the differences between Captivate and Connect when it comes to developing learning content?

 

Which one makes sense if we already have an LMS (i.e. Canvas)?

 

Thanks in advance!

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LEGEND ,
Aug 30, 2021 Aug 30, 2021

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In short, Captivate is used for creating the eLearing content while Connect can be used to deliver the eLearining content. I'd align Connect more with Canvas (though that is incredibly generous to Connect) as a platform that has the ability to do LMS like things with content created with tools such as Captivate. 

 

Though Connect will be significantly more capabile at synchronus online training than Canvas 😉

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