Articulate Rise Now Exports XLIFF Files for a Seamless eLearning Translation Workflow
June 19, 2018
For Immediate Release. Articulate, developers of Storyline and Rise, the leading eLearning platform suite, have announced that Rise, their cloud-based responsive authoring environment, now exports text content in the XLIFF file format for seamless translation. At Language Intelligence we’re excited about the implications of this important breakthrough in eLearning localization.
XLIFF is an XML file format designed to work with translation platforms by offering a standard format for handling content designated for translation. Until now, most eLearning content had to be manually converted or worse, copy-and-pasted, to the file format preferred by the localization experts at Language Intelligence. With this feature in Rise our systems can now pull content instantly, without requiring time-consuming effort before and again after translation.
“The ability to export your eLearning files directly to our systems means cost saving and much faster turnaround for your eLearning localization projects, regardless of targeted languages.” says Rick White, Director of Client Services at Language Intelligence.
”XLIFF is the language our systems ‘speak’, which means Rise automatically integrates with our workflows. For our eLearning clients this means Rise users can simply hit Export to send their content to us without formatting issues and costs.”
This new capability in Rise is a significant step towards more efficient and accurate workflows in multilingual localization of eLearning coursework. Language Intelligence is fluent in XLIFF and we’re thrilled that Rise now speaks our language.
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