Video In eLearning

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March 9, 2013

Video As A Learning Tool: A Mixed Blessing?

Do you think the use of video during the instructional process helps or distracts the learner? Is video a mixed blessing? In our world of e-Learning, video has become an important element in the eLearning process as, according to research, visual demonstration of something new can lead to successful results. Yet, many eLearning developers hesitate to use this powerful tool. But is this hesitation an unfounded fear?

by Christopher Pappas
January 8, 2013

Video In Training And Education

At least partly because of the huge success of YouTube, people get excited today about the potential of video for training and education particularly in the context of e-learning and distance learning. There is a lot of hype about it but we need to examine the real benefits before plunging in. 
by Don McIntosh
January 2, 2013

31 Free eFront Video Tutorials

Would you be interested in a list of Free eFront LMS Video Tutorials? Would you like to know how to customize a lesson, work with categories, create a course or a lesson, work with job descriptions and certifications at eFront LMS?
by Christopher Pappas
December 18, 2012

13 Free Udutu Video Tutorials

Udutu Online Course Authoring Tool is perfect for corporate trainers, software trainers, human resource managers, curriculum designers, sales professionals, account managers and small businesses. Would you be interested for a list of 13 Free Udutu Video Tutorials?
by Christopher Pappas
December 5, 2012

Visual Engagement Takes It Up A Notch With Camtasia 8

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.

by Michelle Schoen