Cambridge â€“ Information Transfer today released the latest version of its popular Seminar authoring software that allows users to write rich, interactive e-learning courses without any programming or scripting knowledge.
Seminar 5.5 is the latest version of one of the worldâ€™s longest-established e-learning systems, first developed by the Cambridge consultancy in 1987.
â€śIf your expertise is in training or communication rather than computer technology, then Seminar is designed for you,â€ť says Rick Handy, Seminar Product Manager.
A number of new features have been rolled into the new version, such as support for Macromedia Flash movies and full compatibility with the Thomson NETg Learning Management System.
Seminar courses can be distributed via the World Wide Web, Intranet, e-mail, CD, floppy disk, the Seminar Learning Centre, or any other SCORM-conformant Learning Management System.
The Seminar Learning System is now in use around the world. It is extremely popular among Pharmaceutical, Banking and Finance companies such as GlaxoSmithKline, Lloyds TSB and KPMG and also Public Sector organisations including the NHSIA, Local Authorities and Police Forces.
Information Transfer is a communication and training consultancy offering practical advice and bespoke solutions to help organisations make sure their business-critical information can be accessed, understood, learned and used.
They will be showcasing Seminar 5.5 at Human Resources and Development, London Olympia, 8th â€“ 10th April, on stand number 822.
For more information contact:
Seminar Product Manager
T: 01223 312227
Last updated on: 27/08/2010