If Adobe is no longer supporting Flash what is the new program that they suggest to replace it?
Hi Kim, you can use Adobe Flash CS6 as a part of eLearning Suite 6. This version of Flash contains extension called Flash Learning Interactions. They are several pre-built quiz and assessment objects you can easy drag to scene from panel and use in projects Flash - SCORM tracking supported.
Second, you can use Adobe Captivate software to create rich interactive elearning materials contains presentations, simulations, video demos, quizzes etc. - all exportable as a SWF or HTML5 or MP4 or mobile app. Without programming skills -:)
Sory for my language, I am not native English speaker -:)
This is a older post and just wanted to know what you are now using.
I only do a little Flash in class but most of my assessments are based on basic vocabulary (keyframe, blank keyframe, timeline, etc.) and knowing the workspace. But I also do several project assessments. At the end I give them four themes and they have to create a three minute animation based on that theme. It has to have a logical story and incorporate animation effects we have learned in class.
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