For teams who have to deliver a large number of eLearning projects in a short time-scale eNetAuthor’s cloud authoring helps to streamline the development process in a number of ways.
When authors work in isolation it is difficult to keep control of the design and quality of the development.
Cloud authoring allows your teams to collaborate on development. This sharing enhances productivity where everyone is working to the same output goals.
Organisations need their content to be on-brand and achieve a set level of quality. Cloud Authoring allows the setup of global templates, navigation containers, styles of objects and layouts, helping to ensure consistency of content quality and brand continuity.
To standardise the process, eNetAuthor provides a default course containing all possible page templates and layouts.Once the course is set to Global you simply need to:
Best Practice Suggestion: It is good practice to also create a template of any new pages/layouts for consistency. Along with saving time in developing course content, you will have consistency across all courses.
In eNetAuthor content is published in containers. The container hosts the brand, the menus, navigation and additional elements such as the number of pages and help functionality.
You can use these containers to publish the same content with a variety of branding and navigation.
The eNetAuthor® containers are automatically responsive so you don’t have to worry about making a container for device sizes, it is more about the look and feel.
Traditional authoring tools can be cumbersome to use. Cloud authoring tools have addressed this and made interfaces as intuitive as possible to use.
Simple controls are available to allow authors to do complex actions e.g. object dragging functionality with the ease of viewing content as you progress.
Developer licenses are available within eNetAuthor® allowing for the development of bespoke items. Code can be added to any content pages being created by non-technical authors. This provides a clear distinction between the author and developer roles so that there are no complex options for non-technical users to get confused with, whilst providing the developer with the tools they need to make changes quickly.
eNetAuthor can help you manage multi lingual sites.There are a few steps to consider when creating multiple language options. In particular you would want to:
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