Three Ways That These 70 Rapid E-Learning Tips Will Help You Build Better Courses
AUGUST 2, 2011
Get more life out of your graphic assets by converting them to silhouettes. November 12: Los Angeles, CA (ISPI)—Articulate Workshop. I like to keep things simple so I usually package ideas around three key points. It all started when I was taught that there are three steps to getting things done: Prepare to do the job. Do it. Then clean up when you’re done. Give them something to do.
7 Secrets to Getting the Graphics You Need for Rapid E-Learning
AUGUST 23, 2011
Use Image Filters to Convert Boring Clip Art & Bad Photos. Most graphics editors (and PowerPoint 2010) offer simple filters that help you convert your image. It’s easy enough to take photos in-house and then convert them to silhouettes. November 12: Los Angeles, CA (ISPI)—Articulate Workshop. I had a great time in Atlanta last week. People don’t have money.
You May Already Own the Tools to Create Simple E-Learning Avatars
JULY 26, 2011
Considering how fast it converts the images to speaking avatars, I’m pretty impressed with the overall quality. Convert Static Images on the Slide: You can also add the image to the slide. Convert Simple Clip Art: Don’t limit yourself to real images, feel free to experiment with some of the clip art that’s available to you. Cam Avatar Creator. So I installed it.
3 Simple Ways to Measure the Success of Your E-Learning
JULY 19, 2011
And besides, the rapid elearning tools are so easy to use there’s not much of a difference in production time between creating a job aid and converting a PowerPoint file to Flash. November 12: Los Angeles, CA (ISPI)—Articulate Workshop. Whenever I travel I like to spend some time hanging out with blog readers to answer questions. That’s kind of a tricky question. Sharing Information.
Are You Getting the Most Value Out of Your Rapid E-Learning Tools?
OCTOBER 25, 2011
In a previous post I mentioned that the PowerPoint-to-Flash tools convert your slides to Flash movies. November 12: Los Angeles, CA (ISPI)—Articulate Workshop. PowerPoint’s designed as a presentation tool. The key is to learn to see the features from a different perspective. When you can do this, you get more value out of the application. They’re Just Tools That Build Multimedia.