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Adobe Captivate 7: Beyond the Essentials by Kevin Siegel

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Collaborating

It’s a good bet that at some point along the eLearning development process you’ll want to get feedback about your lesson from team members. But how should you go about getting that feedback? You could ask reviewers to watch the lesson over the web and then have them send their comments to you via email. That would certainly work, but it would hardly be an efficient workflow. If you had several reviewers, you would quickly become buried in email exchanges.

Instead, you can send your Captivate project out for a Shared Review. Your reviewers will add their comments to a special Captivate Review file (a CREV file) using a free program called the Adobe Captivate Reviewer. Once the comments have been added to the CREV file and saved ...

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