VLOG Series – ALM – General Settings Part 1 of 4

Welcome the New Year with expertise and insight! Part one of four on a series covering the general settings in Adobe Learning Manager.

Welcome the New Year with expertise and insight! Dive into our comprehensive four-part blog series dedicated to Adobe Learning Manager and its crucial settings. Simplifying the process of aligning your Learning Management System (LMS) with your unique requirements is paramount, and Adobe Learning Manager stands as your trusted ally in achieving this seamlessly. Throughout this insightful series, we will meticulously guide you through each setting, shedding light on its functionalities, its impact on the system, and its tailored benefits for your company’s distinct needs. Join our seasoned expert, Craig Sybert, as he shares invaluable insights and navigates you through this enlightening journey from start to finish. Embrace the opportunity to optimize your LMS and elevate your organization’s learning initiatives with confidence and clarity. Be sure to check back every two weeks for a new installation of this series.

Visit our VLOG library where we talk about functionality within Adobe Captivate, Adobe Learning Manager, Adobe Connect, and the Adobe Creative Cloud. You can get to those VLOGS on our site by clicking HERE or you can visit our YouTube page to get even more videos HERE. Our VLOG release every two weeks and can be searched in our library based on content.

Meet The Voice

Craig Sybert has over 15 years of experience in the Learning and Development field and has performed just about every task, from course creation to LMS management to creating an entire training department from the ground up. He is familiar with a variety of Adobe products including Captivate Prime, Photoshop, Illustrator, Audition, Connect. His audio production knowledge comes from years of writing and recording music, performing voice over work, and as the writer and producer of a podcast called Music Musing. Finally, his video expertise comes from assisting with shooting and editing self-produced parody movies.

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