Offer Learners their own Language
The learner/end-user interface is available in any one of several languages for a single-language deployment. It is also available in multiple languages simultaneously on the same portal. In either case, the four types of content listed above display in the owner-selected or user-selected language, making the full learner experience in the language of choice.
Character sets: Multilingual support is not limited to languages having Roman characters, like French and German, but extends to languages such as Russian, Chinese and Japanese, which require Unicode-based character sets for their support. Moreover, there is also support for UK vs. USA vs. other English variants. Please request a quote for any languages of interest.
Courseware can be built in or translated into multiple languages and there is support for copying the structure of a course to create another language instance (see sidebar).
Dynamically selected languages: Users can select a language from a menu and experience the portal entirely in that language â€“ from its web pages to its course descriptions, from course and test content to system labels.
Localization applies to conventions for date formats and relevant currencies. Pricing in your course catalogs and in the shopping cart accommodates multiple currencies.
Synchronized Structure: Your courseware has a synchronized structure across the language instances of your portal. A course structure can be maintained in one place in the original language and translated versions of the course can have their course structure automatically remain in sync with the original when it is changed.
Your training portal's public pages, too, have multiple language instances,.