A Financial Literacy Program Created with Captivate 2019

September 9, 2018
Jim is an independent consultant working in the fields of training, communication and change management. He has extensive experience supporting large scale organizational change efforts through the creation of training and communication programs. Jim is a licensed PROSCI professional and holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Akron.
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A Financial Literacy Program Created with Captivate 2019

Jim is an independent consultant working in the fields of training, communication and change management. He has extensive experience supporting large scale organizational change efforts through the creation of training and communication programs. Jim is a licensed PROSCI professional and holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Akron.
Wizard 21 posts
Followers: 21 people
September 9, 2018

This showcase presents a module taken from a larger Financial Literacy program created for a client. The module was originally created in PowerPoint as a backdrop for a recorded video that would delivered as a self study course via the web.

All content has been “sanitized” but the general structure is similar. Specifically, each module was presented as a series of lessons with the first being an overview, the second exploring myths and the final consisting of a series of case studies.  An assessment lesson, along with checkpoint questions, was added in the Captivate 2019 version.

Click on one of the links below to view a lesson.

Lesson 01: Overview

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Lesson 02: Myths

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Lesson 03: Case Studies

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Lesson 04: Assessment

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Instead of converting the PowerPoint file, I recreated each lesson in Captivate 2017, and then converted to 2019 when it was available. I was able to duplicate most of the original functionality of the PowerPoint slides, although some of the animations are not the same as PowerPoint has a few more on-board animation options.

Graphics

Mimi Thian – Unsplash | Two Women Working

Stevepb | Financial Planning Picture

Aleksandr1982 | Couple

Stefan Stefancik  | Group Working Over Computer

Rawpixel – Unsplash | Aerial View of Laptop White Background

Ethan Robertson – Unsplash | Vintage Movie Camera

fernandozhiminaicela – Pixabay | Download Cube

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