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Tutorials to get the most out of your authoring tool. We will explain you step by step how to implement and configure all the isEazy functionalities and show you how to edit attractive an didactic courses.

How to use feedback effectively in your assessments

Our assessments are increasingly more complete and there are lots of different ways to adapt them to the type of exam...

Content curation: a way to increase the power of your e-learning course.

Very often, when we decide to create an online course, we’re not starting from scratch. The first thing we do is...

Six tricks to getting the most out of isEazy

Do you use isEazy often? Then this article is for you because we’re going to explain some useful tricks to make...

Video is king… in e-learning, too

In recent years, it has become the undisputed king of e-learning: a large proportion of current courses are delivered wholly through...

Advanced interactivity: Linked Images element

A few months ago we talked to you about the option to create interactive screens with isEazy, but have you tried...

Learn to use Google Forms on isEazy

You probably already know Google Forms, one of the simplest tools for creating forms and compiling information for free. But, did...

Your first steps with isEazy

First and foremost: Welcome! You’ve made a great decision by creating an account with isEazy, the easiest authoring tool for creating...

What is SCORM? Advantages of using SCORM with authoring tools such as isEazy

If you’re new to the world of e-learning, you often may have wondered about the advantages of using SCORM-type course formats...

How to use points of interest in e-learning courses

As we mentioned before in the blog, interaction in our e-learning courses is an ideal resource to retain students’ engagement. Interest...