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November 15, 2014

10 Free Camtasia Studio 8 Video Tutorials About Editing

In this article, you will find 10 Free Camtasia Studio 8 Video Tutorials centered around the advanced features and techniques that Camtasia Studio 8 offers. Camtasia Studio 8 is among the top eLearning Authoring Tools because it is powerful and easy-to-use, and it allows you to create your own videos even you have no such prior experience!
by Christopher Pappas
September 22, 2014

9 Free Camtasia Studio 8 Video Tutorials

In this article, you will find 9 Camtasia Studio 8 Free Video Tutorials. Camtasia Studio 8 is among the top eLearning Authoring Tools because it is powerful and easy-to-use, and it allows you to create your own videos even you have no such prior experience!
by Christopher Pappas
September 11, 2014 | Sponsored

3 Easy Methods to Create eLearning Videos

Video is becoming one of the most popular eLearning formats, yet many instructors aren’t sure where to begin. Luckily, creating video has never been easier! This article describes best practices in video learning and 3 easy methods for anyone to get started.
by Sandi Lin
September 9, 2014

Use Video Messaging Apps To Enhance Your eLearning Experience

Complement your curriculum with video messaging apps for a richer online education experience. Vidopop is a video note and messaging app that allows you to easily record and send videos with your mobile device. Videos are instantly uploaded to the cloud even if the video is big or if you are sending it to a group. You can upload and send videos to your contacts in a matter of seconds. Here are the different ways you can utilize apps such as Vidopop to make communicating with your students easier and more effective.
by Raine Medeiros
September 5, 2014

Top 10 Free Camtasia Studio Alternatives (2017 Update)

Screen recording and video editing tools are quite imperative in eLearning. Camtasia Studio is one of the best, but it’s quite pricey and not very appropriate for tight eLearning budgets. Not to worry though, as there is a great deal of alternatives that come on no expense at all. In this article, I’ll present the top 10 free Camtasia Studio alternatives.
by Christopher Pappas
July 16, 2014

What Type Of Video Should I Put In My eLearning?

The type of video you choose should match the learning objectives. For instance if the learning objective is, demonstrate asking open ended questions with customers ("How can I help you today?" as opposed to "Can I help you?"), a behavioral modeling video with questions asking the learner to choose a path is ideal.
by Chris Karel
March 13, 2014

The Ultimate Checklist for Using Video in e-Learning

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.
by Stephanie Ivec
December 8, 2013

How To Handle Broken Links In Online Courses

The availability of excellent, free web-based resources has led millions of instructors to incorporate online content into their online courses. The problem is that these resources are not permanently available. Copyright violations and repository changes often lead to video and other resources links getting broken. What are instructors, faculty and trainers to do?
by Martha Gold
October 27, 2013

Creating Bite-Size Learning With SlideTalk

Organizing learning as collections of short educational episodes is a trend that is getting more and more attention from corporates. While educational episodes do not provide a complete context and do not provide a complete background in the same way as a full course could do, they are particularly effective in delivering “ just enough” or “just-in-time” information, and are often more easily accepted by employees than larger and more time-consuming courses.
by Paolo Leva