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eLearning and Localization – An Education

February 14, 2012 Comments

This blog will focus on eLearning localization, its evolution from a simple educational experiment to a dynamic, virtual training platform with a global target audience. Blame it on the rise of globalization, but companies are focusing more and more on the localization of their training courses and...

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Category:
eLearning
Tags:
elearning, Globalization, Localization, DTP, Culture
The Localization Challenges of Self-Paced eLearning

January 30, 2012 Comments

What distinguishes the translation and localization needs for self-paced eLearning from those of the asynchronous university models? The fact that there is no instructor, ever! Instead, course designers must create self-paced courses as if there were an instructor, which place additional demands o...

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Category:
eLearning
Tags:
elearning, Globalization, Localization, DTP, Culture, Multimedia, Translation, L10N
Localization challenges in translating eLearning content

January 23, 2012 Comments

eLearning localization goes beyond technology and images. We look at each eLearning course from one of the most important perspectives; from that of the targeted learners. Why? Because your goal - and ours - is to ensure that your courses deliver equitable learning outcomes for all users, no matter ...

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Category:
eLearning
Tags:
elearning, Globalization, Localization, DTP, Culture
Website Translation: RoboHelp 9 Benefits, Part 2

December 15, 2011 Comments

This second blog on RoboHelp will expand exploration of relevant new feature/benefits, including improved ways to work with shared and reusable content, an improved resource manager, cross project “live linking” and highly accessible “version control.” Our previous blog, “How RoboHelp 9 benefits Tra...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
Adobe. RoboHelp, website translation, DTP, Adobe Acrobat
Optimizing Document Translation with Adobe Captivate Screen Captures

November 30, 2011 Comments

Captivate is an authoring tool designed to assist in creating multimedia eLearning content. If you need to develop branched scenarios for soft-skills training or create software simulations where you need to take a lot of the screenshots for complex branching, then Adobe Captivate is exactly what yo...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
Desktop Publishing, DTP, Document Translation, Document Globalization, Adobe, Captivate
Correctly Setting InDesign Tabs for Post-Translation Text Expansion

October 21, 2011 Comments

Incorrect use of tab settings in InDesign documents may lead to unnecessary formatting “cleanup” after document translation creates text expansion. Many of us heavily rely on the tab key to quickly align information. Most of the time we just use default tab settings in Word or InDesign. If the docum...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
Desktop Publishing, DTP, Document Translation, Document Globalization, Adobe, InDesign

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