One of the biggest hidden challenges when it comes to developing eLearning is getting feedback from your client, collaborating on course content with internal team members, or getting final project approval.
Work More Efficiently
Above and beyond the review and collaboration time savings, ReviewLink can also also be used for beta testing with small groups of learners. For instance, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) used ReviewLink to run a course pilot. By using ReviewLink, the CDC allowed multiple reviewers to share their opinions while keeping their comments hidden from each other. This prevented one reviewer's opinion from influencing another's first impression of the course.
How Do You Get There From Here?
As I mentioned above, you can use ReviewLink with Lectora, Storyline, or Captivate projects. If you are using Lectora, you can upload directly to ReviewLink from within the tool. Storyline and Captivate developers need to first publish the content and then upload the content into ReviewLink.
In Captivate, turn off Quiz Reporting when publishing. When publishing, select Zip Files.
Once you have published your course content, login to ReviewLink and follow these steps to upload the content:
Next Time: The ReviewLink workflow.