Why InfoCaption Guide?
Created by the ones who know
We at InfoCaption do not believe in advanced tools that only a few in the organisation has access to. It should be easy to explain something with a guide. Therefore, our licence model is designed in a way that makes it easy to get new producers started.
With InfoCaption you do not only create the guides – the system also makes the produced material accessible and put to use. All the guides is stored in a server connected to a search page so the users easily will be able find the support they need, all in one place.
Material always up to date!
Each produced guide gets an unique ID, so when the guide needs to be updated, for example when a new version of a system is released, you do not have to give the users any new material – the link to a guide always stays the same!
InfoCaption is the center for information sharing in Kumla municipality. We have guides and courses about everything: from what you need to know as a newly employed to how healthcare professionals write an implementation plan. The supply of guides is constantly expanding and is created by the expertise that exists in each part of the organisation. With InfoCaption our employees save time – both those looking for information and those who wants to share it.Håkan Cederqvist
Different types of guides
By recording the screen you easily create a step that you put together to an educational instruction guide. The recording can be edited and elucidated with text, markers and sounds. Thanks to the simplicity of creating guides, it does not take much longer time to create the guide than to actually execute the task. The step-by-step guides assist the users on how to execute a certain task in a system by showing how to do it step by step, but without forcing anyone to look at parts they already are familiar with. You watch the relevant steps, and get the relevant help.
Text guides are clear text and picture based instructions that are produced and edited by combining text, pictures, screen shots and step-by-step guides. With the included ”hot spot”-tools it is possible to interactivelyexplain different areas in a system. The text guide tool also helps you to put your PDF and Word documents to use by publishing them at the search page.
The knowledge tests let the users easily test their knowledge. The test consists of text-, picture- and multiple choice-questions, that can be combined after your own wishes. From the knowledge test an individual study plan with guides and documents is created, based on which queations the user failed to answer correctly. The users’ test results can also be followed up through the use of the Track component.
The guides can be combined in different ways to reach a certain target group or to deliver a certain message. You can for example build a manual for newly employed or make an overview before the implementation of a new system, consisting of several guides and different types of guides. Each packet gets a unique link and is updated automatically when you change something in one of the included guides.
To create guides
When making a video, you can explain a lot in a very simple way. If you were to explain the same situation in text, it would be rather difficult for people to grasp. Because we split up the videos in steps, you can easily repeat any half minute that is interesting, instead of fast-forwarding or rewinding, like you would have to do in longer videos.Anders Heyle
To present guides to end users
All the guides are gathered on at search page so that the users easily can find the support they need. InfoCaptions search engine sorts the results according to relevance which means the users quick and easy can find the guidance they are looking for. With a few click the search page can be adapted after your organisation’s graphic profile.
Embedded search pages
Guides and search pages can easily be integrated in your own web environment.
Integrate with intranet
If you want to integrate InfoCaption with you intranet or web environment our co-workers are more than willing to assist you.
The power of InfoCaption processes
Created by those who knows
Just like with the guides we think it is important that the process of creating processes is smooth and easy. InfoCaption’s licencing model makes it possible for those who actually knows how the process works to draw it – the organisation gets to describe it self!
InfoCaption’s processes will not turn into just a document in a folder and you do not need to think about how they are saved or presented. They are created directly in the web browser and are published in a searchable interface. From the interface they are also easy to edit if you att some point wold like to change something in them.
Shows what and how to do
By linking guides or other types of information to each activity the employes get knowledge support directly in the process – just where they need it. In that way the processes become extra useful: they will not only tell you what to do but they will also show, step by step, how to do it.
Easy to share
Each InfoCaption process has a unique link. With this you can easily share the processes in emails and on websites, and integrate them in for example the organisation’s intranet.
Since we started using InfoCaption Process, the work with processes has become easier, and it doesn’t have to be controlled and teached in as big a scale. Thanks to the simplicity in the tool, we don’t have to use process experts in our companies. The one who knows how to work within the process can also draw it!Annica Pettersson
What you can do with the help of Track
Ensure level of knowledge
Make sure the users have the adequate knowledge before they get access to a certain IT system.
View course statistics
Put together a couple of guides and a knowledge test to a course. You can later do follow-ups on views and test results on an individual level.
Import already produced e-learning courses in SCORM-format and follow up on individual level.
We make sure that the users have gone through the guides that is needed to get access to out systems. The time spent to administrate the follow up is minimal since we use the connection between InfoCaption and the our user catalog (LDAP).Claes Karlsson