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Integrate Raptivity with Lectora Snap

Raptivity

You can add an attractive interaction of Raptivity to Lectora Snap! There is no gimmick in it but certainly simple guidelines to be followed. Read them and save the hue and cry. 1.   Download the Shell Creator from the following [.]. presentation rapid eLearning rapid eLearning software shell Slides suggestions Support SWF

Google’s Android Training Initiative – Will it boost mLearning?

Upside Learning

On the 15th of December 2011, the Android Developer Relations team at Google launched the beta version of Android Training — a collection of classes to help developers build better Android apps using best practices in a variety of framework topics. This is a move in the right direction by Google, especially since many Smartphone users perceive Android apps to be inferior to Apple’s iOS.

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The sharp end

Learning with e's

Last year's #pencilchat hashtag was probably the best Twitter discussion I have seen or participated in. It tore into the age-old resistance to technology and all things new that we continually encounter in schools and other traditional institutions and it lampooned the laggards, change resistors and other stick-in-the-muds we all know and love. My own offering was entitled A Headteacher Writes.

Using Lectora to Sync Audio

Integrated Learnings

by Jonathan Shoaf. Most multimedia developers are familiar with audio timing in frame based applications like Adobe Flash and other movie editing software. They are familiar with the timeline concept and setting events within the timeline. This concept is a little different when using Lectora to sync audio. Lectora allows developers to set events that occur at flagged times within audio.

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[Study] The Anatomy of a Training Course

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"Learners Don't Know What They Don’t Know"

Vignettes Learning

Synthesis: Leaders/trainers tend to assume that learners lack knowledge and therefore it is imperative that they must be taught everything. To the surprise of non-believers, learners are able to discover learning on their own if they are allowed to. __ In a lot of instances, we hear leaders/trainers say, “Learners don’t know what they don’t know”. We don’t know everything.

12 Lessons from Failure for all of us by Bill Gross at LeWeb 2011 [VIDEO]

mLearning Revolution

For the last few years, my daily routine goes something like this, I am up around 4am, I then head over to my home office and slowly fully wake up as I listen to something positive, for example a Joel Osteen podcast, or an inspiring audio book, or I read a good book on my Kindle. just would not dare tackle the day without a positive mind-set, especially now that I’m venturing out on my own.

Creating Smashing Graphics in PPT – at TK12

NuggetHead

I pondered over the holiday break on what my first post of 2012 would be. tossed around the notion of doing the ever so popular, ‘What I learned in 2011′ or the “My 2012 resolutions” post. Instead, I recently downloaded the Flight Control HD game for my iPad and was immediately attracted to the [.]. Design graphics thoughts powerpoint PPT

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Good Storytelling Takes Time - So Does Good Learning

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

This week we are looking at a system known as the Differential. In my first post I asked that you review 2 training videos. Around the Corner was created in 1937 and How a Differential Works was created in 2011. In my last post I looked at the importance of titles, and today I wonder about management concerns that good storytelling is too time consuming and wasting employees time. Stories take too long! Both training videos do a good job of explaining the facts of how a differential works. And to be clear, while I am biased towards liking the 1937 video better, I believe both get the job done.

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It's Not About Your Social Media Policy

OpenSesame

Using social media means connecting and communicating. You can’t control the flood of information. But if you are prepared with good tools and good people, you can guide it. Right Social Learning eLearning Solutions

Free webcast (ASTD members) - Twitter 101: The Basics and Tips for Learning Use

Take an e-Learning Break

Thursday, January 12 • 2:00 p.m. ET Presenter: David Kelly Twitter is an excellent tool to leverage for both personal and professional learning and growth, and more and more organizations are harnessing its power as part of learning programs. And with that, many learning professionals are encountering the same challenges, such as: How can I use Twitter in my learning programs if I don't even know how to use Twitter myself? What is the platform's value? REGISTER NOW Open to all as part of the ASTD 2012 TechKnowledge webcast series

Two personal development resolutions for 2012

Good To Great

Towards the end of last year, a couple of people inspired me in various ways and I started making a mental list of the things I wanted to do in 2012. I’m not the best at keeping to my new year resolutions – it took me about 20 years to finally tick ‘stop biting my nails’ off the list. Project 365. Firstly, I’m going to post a daily photo on Project 365. This resolution was inspired by Karyn Romeis , who joined Project 365 last year and whose photos I looked forward to every day. I don’t know anything about exposure or shutter speed or composition. Find 15.

Course of the Week: Sexual Harassment by AKLearning

OpenSesame

Check out the OpenSesame Course of the Week: Sexual Harassment by AKLearning. Course of the Week

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Leadership Learning for Performance

Learning Cafe

Session Overview. There is no debate that leaders and their development is important for the health of the organisation. However, do we spend too much attention, time and money on formal leadership development? Much of the modern-day leadership/management commentary would have us believe that leaders face an increasingly complex and challenging world.  Session Lead. Big Questions.