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SEPTEMBER 19, 2006 [Apple Keynote] Rapid eLearning Tools
This list includes a host of additional tools that eLearning Guild members consider rapid eLearning development tools including Apple Keynote, Microsoft Word, Trivantis Lectora, Respondus StudyMate, Brainshark Presentations, Vuepoint Content Creator, WebEx Presentation Studio, KnowledgePlanet Firefly, Xstream RapidBuilder, ReadyGo Web Course Builder, BrainVisa RapideL, OnDemand Presenter, Desire2Learn Learning Environment, Corel Wordperfect Office, SkillSoft Course Customization, Toolbook Instructor, Learn.com LearnCenter, IBM Simulation Producer, Toolbook Assistant, and Cornerstone OnDemand.
| | THE LEARNING GENERALIST
SEPTEMBER 5, 2010 [Apple Keynote] In Defense of Powerpoint
In the past couple of years that I've had a Mac, a lot of people I've spoken to about presentation skills have remarked to me, "Oh, but you have Apple Keynote for presentations. In fact, to rest my case I've gone ahead and created some awful slides using Apple Keynote and I assure you it took me little effort. It's so much better than Powerpoint." refrain. Convinced?
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MARCH 11, 2010 [Apple Keynote] iTunesU: Another success story (UCL)
It also seems that Jeremy has been a clever boy and used this special little script called KeyNoteTweet – code.google.com/p/keynotetweet/ – but is only available in an Apple Keynote presentation. I was thinking about my posts that cover iTunesU the other day and then found this presentation (only uploaded to SlideShare recently) from Jeremy Speller on “ UCL and iTunesU “: View more presentations from Jeremy Speller. If the answer was in the negative, are you in a position to let us know the reasons why (if so, can you leave a comment please)?
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MAY 7, 2008 [Apple Keynote] Is PowerPoint Evil? (Part 3)
Or perhaps PowerPoint is the problem as it lacks the features needed to enable us to express ourselves effectively (Perhaps we should use Apple's Keynote)? Whether you use PowerPoint (Windows), Keynote (Apple), OpenOffice , or no presentation tool at all, there are endless of possibilities of what you can do to create compelling content, and engage the student's mind to learn.
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OCTOBER 5, 2010 [Apple Keynote] Top 74 eLearning Posts from September 2010
In Defense of Powerpoint - Free as in Freedom , September 5, 2010 In the past couple of years that I’ve had a Mac, a lot of people I’ve spoken to about presentation skills have remarked to me, “Oh, but you have Apple Keynote for presentations. Best of eLearning Learning in September 2010. As always, great stuff found in the eLearning world in September. Examples and Samples of Game Design Documents - Kapp Notes , September 15, 2010 Here is a collection of several game design documents and information about game design documents. But how to write one? When/why?
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ELEARNING CYCLOPS [Apple Keynote] Keeping Up - April's Big Question
| FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 2010
April's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use. You can never keep up with it all, but access to many experts who are also finding and sharing the lastest tech tools make it much less daunting. MORE >>
ZAIDLEARN [Apple Keynote] Is PowerPoint Evil? (Part 3)
| WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008
Or perhaps PowerPoint is the problem as it lacks the features needed to enable us to express ourselves effectively (Perhaps we should use Apple's Keynote
)? Whether you use PowerPoint (Windows), Keynote
), OpenOffice , or no presentation tool at all, there are endless of possibilities of what you can do to create compelling content, and engage the student's mind to learn. Part 1 - Teaching Habits That Inspire You Out of Learning? Part 2 - I Have Bragging Rights, Because I Am.? ZaidLearn's Del.icio.us PowerPoint is a competent slide manager and projector. MORE >>
- [Apple Keynote] e-Learning Authoring Tools: Industry Research Reveals New Insights
Some key takeaways: Users select tools for specific features they want, that's their #1 selection criterion - cost figures as #2 Many respondents use multiple tools (typically 4 or more), which often include at least one tool from Adobe Most rapid authoring tools are easy to learn, with Raptivity voted as #1 in time to proficiency Top 3 tools ranked for ease of use: Apple Keynote
, Raptivity, WebEx According to Patti Shank, rapid e-Learning is often a good place to begin when getting started with e-Learning. MORE >>
KAPP NOTES [Apple Keynote] Apple Keynote.no.not that one
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 2009
Yes, I am in San Francisco and yes I am at a conference where a representative from Apple
is the Keynote
speaker but no.it's Jon Burgess of Apple
presenting to ICT Educators. So the keynote
was by Jon Burgess of Apple
who did an excellent job outlining what educators should focus on for the future. All in all a great keynote
and I am sure the other guy from Apple
did a good job as well. s not Macworld. am at the Winter 2009 ICT Educator conference. He indicated technology can be better integrated into the classroom. MORE >>
TONY KARRER [Apple Keynote] eLearning Course Authoring Tool Satisfaction - More
| TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2007
On the rapid eLearning side of things Apple's Keynote
remains at the top (and that's somewhat surprising to me). Someone posted a comment in my previous post on Course Authoring and Rapid eLearning Tool Satisfaction asking whether I had used RapideL. The answer is that I've only seen it demoed. But when I looked back at my post, I realized that I had cut off quite a few authoring tools because I had only included reports where the number of evaluations was 15 or more. So, I've redone the graphics to include those with more than 5 responses. So where's RapideL? MORE >>
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