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Ever wanted to be a movie star? Here’s your excuse to bust out that inner screen star-research has shown that visually demonstrating a new skill or behavior can be an important and effective instructional technique. Adding live-action video enhances your e-Learning content by showing your learners how to perform new tasks and providing a human element that can be lost in animated scenarios.
Published in Concepts
This article suggests techniques an instructional designer can incorporate into eLearning projects in order to meet the needs of people with disabilities. The article also outlines steps for developing 508 compliant training courses.
Published in Concepts
Some of the most rewarding moments in my career are times when a colleague or client asks with wonderment, “How did you do that?” after viewing an eLearning module or Just In Time training tool or resource I have created. My initial reply to this question is nearly always to list the learning technologies I used. I guess that somewhere in my mind I expect them to go out, get a copy of the software and start using the tool themselves, and so they really need this information. Silly, I know but without these tools, my job would be a lot harder.
Published in Tools
If you watched the Camtasia Studio for E-learning webinar last month you probably caught on pretty fast that the revamped quizzing feature and interactive hotspots available in Camtasia Studio make for an amazing degree of interactivity. But students can still find a courses boring no matter how much clicking and dragging they get to do if the course itself is not visually engaging.
Published in eLearning Jobs
posted by Martin Glenday
Published in Tools
posted by Christopher Pappas