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Maximize Productivity for Interactive E-Learning Courses With Content Reuse

Wednesday, September 14, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jennifer Morse, Vice President of Customer Success, Madcap Software

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Content customization and course tailoring has never been more important than it is today. L&D professionals have to do more with fewer resources. With single sourcing, courseware developers can create and reuse learning content more intelligently, and easily deliver modern interactive e-learning and print-based course materials.

If your current e-learning assets cannot be snapped together and reused as easily as Lego bricks, then you’re working too hard!

Join Jennifer Morse from MadCap Software to learn how instructional designers and training professionals across an organization can now collaborate on creating and delivering modern interactive e-learning and print-based course materials all from a single source.

During this webinar, you will learn:

  • Why content reuse is critical to maximizing productivity
  • How content reuse can save valuable time and resources
  • What steps e-learning professionals can take to streamline course development


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Jennifer Morse
Jennifer Morse

Vice President of Customer Success, Madcap Software

Jennifer Morse has more than 20 years of software sales experience in the technical communication and content development industry. In addition to overseeing the customer success and sales engineering team, her focus is to promote customer onboarding, promote the value of the company’s solutions to the marketplace, solicit customer feedback, and report on trends in the industry that can help improve the company’s offerings.


  • MadCap Software

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