Analytics and Collaboration Options in Adobe Presenter


Analytics and Collaboration Options in Adobe Presenter

Created: Thursday, March 5, 2015, posted by at 4:15 am


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Within Adobe Presenter, you can also enable analytics and collaboration options. When active, the analytic options provide info about how the eLearning course you have created is being used by learners. For example, you will be able to know how many learners have completed the course, what their level of completion is, and how their user engagement has been with each module. And within the collaboration option, learners will use a widget to ask questions in real-time and converse with the author and other peers. When you publish a module with the collaboration widget enabled, users can ask questions from within the module.

Learn how to enable analytics and collaboration options within Adobe Presenter.

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