Robust PowerPoint-based toolkit for creating courses, quizzes, role-plays, and video lessons
68,000+ eLearning assets, templates, andcharacters to help you build courses faster
Online space for teamwork and collaboration on courses
Create online courses for new hire onboarding, product training, soft skills development, assessment, and more.
Outstanding mobile-friendly eLearning starts with a simple PowerPoint presentation. You can quickly add a video narration, shoot a screencast, insert a quiz, and more. Once everything is ready, just click Publish and upload a course to your LMS.
Do you need to evaluate your employees, gather feedback, or run a company-wide assessment? Create an online quiz in a snap!
iSpring Suite features 14 ready-to-go question templates from the tried and true multiple-choice to matching, sequencing, drag-and-drop, and more.
Use branching scenarios and feedback slides to help employees reinforce their knowledge. Randomize questions and answers and set scoring rules to create truly cheat-proof tests.
Easily record video lectures, watch-and-repeat tutorials, software simulations and other visual content that will motivate your learners to complete courses well before the deadlines.
Enhance the content of each slide with a backstory. With iSpring, you can easily record or import video narration for your course right in PowerPoint.
Record anything from corporate software tutorials to brief video instructions. You can add a video narration and annotations to guide your viewers step by step.
With a built-in video studio, you can fine-tune your videos, add music, effects, text, and more. You don’t need any additional software or fancy video editing skills.
Train your sales representatives and call center operators in a safe-to-fail environment with iSpring Suite.
Turn existing scripts into captivating role-play simulations. Simply choose a character and build the dialogue scenario in a super easy drag-and-drop editor. No design or technical skills required.
You can pull a professional-looking course together quickly with versatile slide templates — just select slides that fit your learning scenario, enter texts and add images, and your course is ready to go!
Add characters of different ages, ethnicities, and professions to create unique content. Choose from 300+ photos of each of the 212 characters with a variety of facial expressions and poses to create any learning scenario.
Forget about scrolling through stock photos in search of a high-quality, crisp, neat backdrop. Select from 1,000+ backgrounds: airports, banks, offices, hospitals, classrooms, warehouses, etc.; any location you might need.
Gather your team around a project to make content richer and deliver it faster. Just send your colleagues a link, and they’ll be able to polish its appearance, edit texts, or add quizzes.
All you need to build a course is an Internet connection and iSpring Space. Add texts, images, and videos to a new project and your course is ready! If you deliver training in a learning management system, publish your course to SCORM.
The review and approval process can be clear, productive, and fast. Instead of tracking multiple copies and revisions, send stakeholders a link to a draft course and receive their feedback right there.
iSpring content displays perfectly on any device, including PCs, Macs, tablets, and smartphones (with Windows, iOS, and Android). iSpring courses automatically adapt to any screen size and ratio.
We manually verified course compatibility in terms of course playback on desktop and mobile devices and accurate scoring and reporting.
Even if you already have an LMS, check out iSpring Learn. It’s loved by both instructors and learners for its ease of use and helps you set your organization’s online training on autopilot.
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iSpring Suite is a fast and user‑friendly eLearning toolkit that builds into your PowerPoint. With iSpring Suite, you can easily create a course, record narration, put together a quiz, and publish the course online — even with no experience in eLearning development.
iSpring Suite perfectly supports PowerPoint features, including all transitions, hyperlinks, buttons, styles, SmartArt objects, as well as 189 of 199 animations. Reuse any of your existing presentations or create a course from scratch, using all PowerPoint’s effects.
iSpring Suite offers a huge collection of ready-made templates that you can use to quickly put together your course. Simply select the required layouts from the Library (for example, Title slide, Table of contents, Timeline, etc.) and add your content. Template colors can be adjusted to match your branding.
Quickly add a character to your course. Content Library contains over 67,000 photos of characters of different ages, ethnic groups, and professions. There are about 400 photos of each character: an incredible range of emotions, facial expressions, and poses.
Content Library features over 2,000 visual assets for quick course design: locations, interior items, office supplies, icons, buttons, etc. All assets in the Library are royalty-free.
With iSpring’s Narration Editor, you can record audio or video narration and synchronize it with the slides. Cut out unnecessary fragments, remove noise, or adjust the volume — all in one place.
With the built-in QuizMaker, you can quickly create beautiful interactive quizzes, drag-and-drop assessments, and surveys.
Perform accurate knowledge checks with versatile question types: from simple multiple-choice and matching to more advanced questions, like, word bank, sequence, drag-and-drop, and hotspot.
Engage learners with drag-and-drop activities, in which they are required to place objects in the correct areas on a slide. For example, it may be an assessment for merchandisers to put goods correctly on the shelf.
Enhance quizzes with slides containing additional info on the subject. You can add texts, photos, and videos or insert an entire article on the topic.
Set up branching scenarios to personalize your quizzes. For example, when a learner fails a question, you can send them to a slide with additional information on the subject. If a learner answers correctly, you can forward them to a more challenging question.
If your quiz contains questions on different topics, they can be arranged into groups. You can set the quiz to shuffle questions within a group or to randomly select a number of questions from each group. This way, each of your students will get a unique quiz.
Provide feedback for correct and incorrect answers. You can use unified feedback messages for the entire test, or create a specific feedback message for each question. Use images, formulas, and audio to explain the answer in detail.
Make quizzes more challenging by customizing testing rules, applying negative marking, and limiting time and number of attempts. You can also choose to set a general passing score or grant points for each question.
You can easily customize the design of your quiz by switching to the Slide View mode. Adjust fonts, layout, and color schemes for questions, and add images, shapes, and text labels — just like in PowerPoint.
With iSpring’s handy video studio, you can quickly create an outstanding video tutorial with a screencast, talking-head video, annotations, hints, and more. For instance, you can teach employees how to use a CRM or make a video lecture on sales techniques.
Enhance your video lesson with screencasts. You can select a recording area (for example, full screen or just the application window) and use your microphone to add a voice narration.
In the studio, you can work with your video on an interactive canvas. Add images, text blocks, shapes, and other video files and edit them just like in PowerPoint.
There’s an unlimited number of tracks, so you can add as many layers as you need. You can merge videos from multiple tracks, add audio, and even show two videos at the same time.
Start a video course with a bright and compelling intro or add slides with highlights to any fragment of your video. You can use pre-made images or create annotations, graphs, and captions right in the video editor.
Smooth out the transitions between videos, info slides, and photos. For example, you can adjust transition effects to make the images ripple into videos, and videos smoothly flow back into images.
During screen recording, iSpring Suite detects when you use hotkeys, enter text, or click, and automatically adds tooltips to the screencast. You can easily demonstrate how to use the software or explain the meaning of options and buttons.
You can record video from your screen and webcam simultaneously to provide a screencast with live video comments. Show both videos at the same time or switch between them.
Create interactive role-play simulations to help employees develop conversation and sales skills.
In the editor, the role-play scenario is presented as a tree. Simply create the first scene and then quickly add new branches with drag-and-drop. You can have multiple alternative scenario branches: depending on the learner's answers, a role-play may have different outcomes.
Pick a character and select a location that best matches your learning scenario. For each scene, you can specify character emotions. Use locations and characters from the built-in library, or upload your own.
You can award points for the right answers and enforce penalties for mistakes. Learners will earn or lose points at each scene, and the final score will accurately show how good they were.
To fully simulate a real-life conversation, add voiceovers to the character speech. You can import audio or record voiceovers right in the dialog editor.
With iSpring’s interactions, you can fit more information into one slide and present it in a highly interactive and appealing form.
Using 14 beautifully designed templates, you can quickly create interactive timelines, diagrams, graphics, catalogs, FAQs, and more.
Add a voiceover and turn your interaction into a live lesson. Upload an audio file from your computer or record it right in iSpring Suite.
You can easily change the colors of any interactive elements: buttons, controls, shapes, and players to match your company’s branding.
Convert original Word, PDF, and PPT files into ebooks with vivid pageflip animations. You’ll get a responsive book that opens both on desktops and mobile devices. Upload the book to your LMS, share it with your learners, and get detailed statistics on how they read.
iSpring Suite has handy features for managing course structure and extra resources. You can specify presenters for each slide, restrict navigation, and configure branching.
Your course will be displayed in a player that is fully customizable, including layout, colors, panels, and text labels. If your course is all about video, take advantage of the 50/50 player, where your video and slides will be displayed side by side.
Use branching to control learners’ paths in the course. For example, you can prevent learners from going back to previous slides, or make their navigation within the course depend on their actions.
Add presenters’ info, your company logo, and links to extra resources to your presentation. You can also attach files on the topic of the course, e.g., instructions, articles, and videos.
Use the Preview mode before publishing your course to check out how it’ll look on PCs, tablets, and smartphones.
Protect your content with a password, limit time for access, add a watermark, and/or grant access only from certain domains.
iSpring Suite makes it quick and easy to publish a course in a web-friendly format and upload it to your website or LMS. Upon publishing, iSpring courses can be played on all devices.
Publish courses in HTML5 format to make them available from any device: PC, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. You can also publish courses in .mp4 video format or upload to YouTube directly from iSpring Suite.
You can package your course for uploading to any LMS. iSpring courses meet all the modern eLearning standards: cmi5, xAPI (Tin Can), SCORM 2004, SCORM 1.2, and AICC.
Simply log into your iSpring Learn LMS account from iSpring Suite, and publish courses to the LMS in just one click.
You can quickly upload courses to iSpring Cloud directly from your PowerPoint. Share a shortlink with stakeholders and colleagues so they can review your content and give feedback.
iSpring courses work perfectly on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. Content, buttons, controls, and course panels adapt to any screen size. Learners can use gestures to tap, swipe, or zoom course elements.
Make your tests, surveys, and interactions available for visually impaired learners by publishing them in accessibility mode. This features a high-contrast minimalist design and works perfectly with screen readers.
In this short course, you'll get helpful tips on how to stay productive and maintain effective relationships with your team while working remotely. Plus, you'll learn two simple, yet effective techniques for beating procrastination and staying focused on your tasks.
How much do you know about space shuttles? The Space Shuttle program was the United States government’s space program from 1981 to 2011, and during these years, 5 shuttles from the program spent over 1,330 days in space. Curious to know more? Then take the Space Shuttle course!
The question that has always concerned mankind is how the Universe we are living in originated. How many planets are there? How did they appear? What are the planets made of? All these questions will be easily answered after viewing this Solar system course.
Can PowerPoint deliver an interactive e-Learning module? With iSpring, it sure can! Take a look at this single source course made by Dimitri Roman, a senior trainer at a Security Company. iSpring supports various PowerPoint techniques Dmitri uses in his presentations: actions, hyperlinks, triggered animations, templates, custom shows and narration.
Of course, eating and drinking are 2 of the great pleasures of life. But have you ever thought about how complicated the digestion process really is? This arresting presentation will let you learn more about the winding road that our food must follow through the many complex structures of the Digestive System.
How about puzzling out the body’s most complex system? After viewing this cool Anatomy course, you’ll learn much more about the various vital functions of the Nervous System, ranging from muscle coordination to emotional processing.
Take this beautiful course and master the art of making a delicious omelette with our chef! The course is made in the style of a game and includes a small theory section, interactive tasks, a quiz, and a dialogue simulation.
The Olympic Games is the world's foremost sports competition with more than 200 nations participating. Their creation was inspired by the Olympic Games originally held in ancient Greece. How knowledgeable are you about the Olympic Games? Take this quiz with a branching scenario and find out.
When did Columbus discover America? Was he the first to visit the "New World"? Learn all about it from this course, which was created to mark Columbus Day.
Ever wanted to sail the English Channel on a yacht or skipper? As this delightful ad shows, official qualification from the Royal Yachting Association is tantalizingly within your reach, thanks to these wonderful courses from Kipper Sailing, created and hosted with iSpring.
This interactive e-Learning revision resource about myeloid leukemia was created by Anna Leicester, a Faculty of Life Sciences graduate of The University of Manchester. Audio narrations, synchronized with course's slides and animations, help learners better understand the subject. The resource also includes an interactive quiz, which can be used to assess learners' knowledge.
This chapter about rational numbers is part of a school mathematics course developed by DigiGnostic. The demo is made entirely in PowerPoint with iSpring. It includes voice overs synchronized with animated slides, and an interactive player for easy navigation.
Take a look at this video lesson from the course "Phone sales" that explains how to prepare for a call to a customer. iSpring's video studio was used to edit a teacher's video and support it with annotations and effects.
Creating your own podcast: how hard is it? What gear and software do you need and what process should you follow to create professional-looking podcasts while meeting time and budget constraints? With over seven years of podcasting experience, Rick Zanotti knows all the answers.
Americans get together and celebrate Thanksgiving every year. This tradition can be traced back to the early Pilgrims who held a feast in 1621, after a substantial harvest. Take this amazing quiz and learn more about the history of this holiday.
There are three basic merchandising rules that help display goods effectively and drive sales in a store. Take this SCORM quiz to see if you understand these rules and are able to grab buyers' attention!
Do you know how to perform CPR? Are you able to help someone who is in cardiac arrest? Take this quiz and test your knowledge about first aid to feel more confident in case of an emergency.
Test your knowledge of geometry. While you exercise your brain’s understanding of geometrical tasks, notice how elegantly formulas, graphs, and pictures are embedded into both questions and answers. iSpring Suite is perfect for the creation of math tests.
Think you know everything about that shining neon jewel of the desert, Las Vegas? Test your knowledge of Vegas history, lore, and attractions with this iSpring quiz!
Want to test your knowledge of the highest mountain in the world? Take this engaging test on Mount Everest made with iSpring QuizMaker and you might just learn something new!
Welcome to the Big Easy! New Orleans is a major United States port and the largest city in the state of Louisiana. Some people call New Orleans the most unique city in America. Do you want to know why? Take this quiz and find out.
Welcome to Orlando - The City Beautiful! Whether you’re a local or a tourist, this SCORM quiz demo is a great way to check how well you know the city. Answer a few questions about Orlando’s history, nature, and sights and have fun learning some new facts!
Christmas is one of the most celebrated holidays. Or is it? Do you know which countries celebrate Christmas? And when they celebrate it? And what they cook for Christmas dinner? Take this quiz and you'll be amazed at how Christmas traditions vary from country to country.
You are a car salesman trying to finesse a test drive out of a walk-in customer. See how this scenario created with iSpring TalkMaster challenges you to use tact, know-how, and just a bit of aggressiveness to seal the deal.
You are a bank hotline employee that has just received a call from a distraught customer who seems to be missing some money from his account. Do you have what it takes to calm the customer down and get to the bottom of the issue?
This demo was made in PowerPoint using iSpring Cam, part of iSpring Suite 8. Find out step by step how to create an interactive dialogue simulation to train your employees for real-life conversations with customers and colleagues.
A six-point presentation is a sales technique that allows a salesperson to demonstrate all the features of a car from six different positions. This interactive guide helps salespeople explore the method and find out what information they should provide at every position.
This interactive cheese selection guide will help new sales assistants learn more about the cheeses available in their store. Each card contains the picture of the cheese and a detailed description of its taste and other characteristics.
A call center agent should not only know the product perfectly, but also be able to deal with negative emotions. This interaction offers five simple rules that will help call center agents work with angry customers.
These step-by-step instructions will help you create an effective training video on your own that will be more professional and of greater value to your audience.
Setting SMART goals helps to increase the chances of achieving your business and personal goals in a timely manner. Check out this demo and learn how to set your goals using this technique.
A Deming cycle is an iterative four-step management method used in business for the control and continual improvement of processes and products. Click on any part of the cycle to learn about its characteristics.
This FAQ was created for new sales assistants at the Extreme Sport store. Maybe you want to know how wages are calculated? Or do you have questions about the company dress code? Answers to these and more questions are in this FAQ.
From a small backyard business into an international clothing manufacturer: how did they do it? Explore the history of Six Oceans on this interactive timeline.
A brand essence wheel is a popular marketing concept that symbolizes what the brand stands for in the minds of a company’s clients and stakeholders. This circle interaction allows you to explore each layer of the wheel.
How does this spray cleaner work? How many nozzles does it have? Where does the water come from? With this interactive guide, sales assistants will know the answers to all possible client questions.
Welcome to Bright Mind! This interactive office tour was created to guide new employees through the office and describe each location.
A sales funnel is a series of steps your clients go through as they move from their first visit to your website to making an actual purchase. Here, you’ll learn what the main tiers of the sales funnel are.
This interactive book will guide you through the top ten inventions of all time. From the wheel to the Internet, they completely transformed human life and made our world better.
PPT Solutions, a Dutch design agency, shares some handy tips on how to create a more compelling presentation design, which can help deliver your message better.
Five different methods to deploy product knowledge training in a company with their advantages, disadvantages, and out-of-pocket costs.
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