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Adobe RoboHelp: Embed a YouTube Video

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Willam Van Weelden      Last week, Kevin taught you how to  embed YouTube videos in your eLearning projects. This week I'm going to keep with the YouTube theme and show you how you can embed YouTube content into your RoboHelp project. Go to YouTube and locate the video you'd like to use. Paste the embed code in the topic.

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Adobe RoboHelp: Embed a Vimeo Video

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Willam van Weelden      I have previously taught you how to  embed YouTube videos in a RoboHelp project. While immensely popular, YouTube is not the only video site.   Next, go to the  Embed  field and copy the embed code.  This week, let's focus on embedding videos located on the Vimeo website.

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How to Embed YouTube Videos in PowerPoint to Gamify Your Course

DigitalChalk eLearning

And fortunately, you can easily insert videos from YouTube using two ways: Use PowerPoint itself. How can I insert a YouTube video in PowerPoint? Embedding a video from YouTube into PowerPoint 2013 is pretty simple, as the program comes with a YouTube button. You will see that the first option is YouTube. If you prefer to use the second option, From a Video Embed Code , you can copy and paste the video embed code from YouTube into the box provided. Inserting a video avoiding YouTube’s embed code. To give a hint.

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Adobe Captivate: Embedding YouTube Videos

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Kevin Siegel        If you need to include YouTube videos in your Captivate eLearning project, the traditional technique was to insert a click box or button on a slide and, on the Properties Inspector, use the  Open URL or File  action to target the video's URL. This is the perfect use case for the new YouTube Learning Interaction.

Adding YouTube Videos to Your Learning Management System

Absorb LMS

YouTube is by far the world’s most popular video site. YouTube reports that: Over 800 million unique users visit YouTube each month. Over 4 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube. YouTube is localized in 43 countries and across 60 languages. In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views or around 140 views for every person on Earth.

Bring your courses to life with amazing YouTube videos

ProProfs

ProProfs makes it easy for you to add any YouTube video to an elearning course. You no longer have to copy/paste lengthy embed links or wait forever to upload HD quality videos to your course. Search for any video in the YouTube search box, watch the selected videos and add them to your course. Tip* You can also watch these videos without going to YouTube in a new tab.

Using video: from passive viewing to active learning

Dont Waste Your Time

Embed short graded or self-assessments either in the video itself, or at the end of each video. Induction Activities: Some good examples using video … Learning through a “dressed up” YouTube channel? eLearning Video Active Learner Activities Critical Thinking Discussion Faculty Focus Flipped Classroom Social Learning Vimeo YouTube ” Assign a video. After

Digital reflections

Learning with e's

This can be hosted photo and video sharing sites such as Flickr and YouTube, or social networking sites such as Facebook, but are equally likely to be curation and aggregation tools such as Scoop.it and Pinterest. 2013) Digital reflection: Using digital technologies to enhance and embed creative processes. Technology video YouTube Reference Kirk, C. and Pitches, J.

Blackboard 9.1 (SP8) – ‘A New Beginning’

Dont Waste Your Time

Insert mash-up (see above) makes it easy to search and insert from YouTube, Flickr, and SlideShare. Once you’ve chosen the content to embed you’ll have the options on how it is presented as well as what attributes are displayed (Blackboard … more mash-up sources please!). Blackboard Flickr Mashup SlideShare VLE YouTubeThe best bit is that it works.

Tools to make you drool – video training toys for IDs

Social Learning

IDs have been able to embed video in a Captivate timeline for years but, with Captivate 6, Adobe has built in a new capture-as-a-video workflow allowing you to create high-quality product demos. If you’d like to share your training with the rest of the world,   you can publish it to YouTube with a single click. This core functionality is delivered by their Brainshark CST Platform™.

3 Benefits to Using YouTube in your E-Learning

Integrated Learnings

YouTube is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get. Well, maybe that's not a good description of YouTube. However, with the right set of instructions and proper organization, YouTube can be a great environment for learning. Content authors can take advantage of many of YouTube's features to easily upload video content, organize it, and distribute it. Let's look at three benefits to using YouTube as an e-learning distribution tool. 1) YouTube takes your training to the Web. It's more like the wild west of video.

WordPress Plugin #19: Smart YouTube

Dont Waste Your Time

Those who have tried it know the mess that you can get yourself into sometimes when copy-and-pasting the embed code from YouTube (especially if you want to customise the size to fit your blog). So why not use this natty little plugin for WordPress and YouTube called ‘ Smart YouTube ‘? WordPress WordPress30 YouTube Blog: WPTouch plugin for WordPress.

How video embedding on your LMS can help inspire your learners

Docebo

Docebo’s next update will allow administrators the ability to embed videos into courses using Youtube, Vimeo and Wistia. You can embed videos in your platform, which will lessen distractions by allowing your learners to play content directly in your LMS, instead of launching the videos to their respective webpages. Importance of collaborative learning. START A FREE TRIAL.

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EmbedPlus : enhanced YouTube embedding

Jane Hart

Blog C4LPT Jane Hart Advice Workshops Social Learning Handbook Resources Contact The Year of Social Media 2010 Infographic 100 things to watch in 2011 EmbedPlus : enhanced YouTube embedding On January 4, 2011, in Uncategorized , by Jane Hart Want to enhance the viewer experiences and discussions around the YouTube videos you embed? You can now upgrade your YouTube embeds with real-time reactions and DVD-like controls  without having to alter the original content, using EmbedPlus. This is likely to have many applications. How might you make use of it?

Embedding YouTube video in your VLE #VLE

Dont Waste Your Time

For those who haven’t realised it YouTube recently changed the default code you use if you want to embed a video in a webpage. Thankfully YouTube have left the old embed code available for you to use. So, here is how you do it in Blackboard: Related posts: PowerPoint: embedding YouTube video. PowerPoint: embedding YouTube video. So, what do you do?

Interview with Terese Bird, #EdTechBook chapter author

Dont Waste Your Time

find other social media sites valuable as well: Pinterest, Academia.edu, YouTube, Flickr, Slideshare, Facebook, and LinkedIn. EdTechBook Android BOYD Collaboration Communication EdTech Flickr iOS iPad mLearning Mobile Learning Pinterest PowerPoint SlideShare Smart Phone Student Experience Tablet Terese Bird Twitter YouTube DH – Hi Terese. And why should we do this? Perhaps.

Simple Steps to Insert a YouTube Video in Lectora

Integrated Learnings

In an earlier post on the Integrated Learnings: eLearning blog , Jonathan mentioned embedding a YouTube video in a Lectora course title. Now go to the YouTube video that you want to run in your course. In the upper right corner of the video’s YouTube page, you’ll see a URL line and an Embed line. Highlight and copy all the code on the Embed line. By Jay Lambert.

eLearning Content And Social Media

eLearning Brothers

You Know You Can Share Instructional Videos on YouTube. Utilizing YouTube for eLearning is more straightforward than Twitter. There are tons of YouTube channels providing instructional videos on topics from makeup application to foreign language and even calculus. Even if you don’t plan on creating your own videos, you can still use YouTube in eLearning.

Induction Activities: Some good examples using video …

Dont Waste Your Time

used the Smart YouTube WordPress plugin to embed these YouTube videos, try it out on your own WordPress blog too, it’s so very easy! eLearning Activities Collaboration eDelivery Induction PGCert Technology Video WordPress YouTubeWhat happens next? Ask the students to watch the video below and be prepared to discuss a ‘what happens next’ situation.

Starting with e-Learning? Start with Easygenerator

Challenge to Learn

You can even embed a course in your website, as easy as you can embed a YouTube video. When you are a beginner in e-Learning you have to cover a lot of things before your learners can actually start learning. Starting with e-Learning checklist. • Buy authoring software. Learn how to author. Host the course. Share the course with learners. • See the results from the learners.

Why you should add video to your teaching

Edynco

And, judging by the success of YouTube and other video services, it is something that people really like. In Edynco video can be incorporated in two ways: You can embed YouTube or any other online video in the Learning map. It adds a new graphic and audio component to your teaching that captures attention, engages your audience and improves later recall. Happy watching! Mayer.

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New to Docebo LMS: 9 ways to supercharge your online training platform

Docebo

Embedded Video Content: Embed videos hosted on YouTube, Vimeo and Wistia to your courses for better elearning video content. 9 New ways to supercharge your online training platform with Docebo 6.9. Our team is thrilled to announce that we’ve begun rolling out Docebo 6.9, the latest version of the online training platform and our biggest update ever. Docebo 6.9 available now on demand.

What’s a learning culture anyway? 4 essential attributes for bringing it to life

Axonify

Besides this, organizations must also embed learning into every employee’s daily experience at work. Why trudge over to your LMS and take an hour-long course when you can just Google the problem and watch a 2-minute YouTube video? But wait… What is a “learning culture” anyway? BILLION in the US in 2015, according to Training Magazine. Everyone wants a learning culture. It does not.

4 Tips for Improved Video in eLearning

eLearning Brothers

One solution to this problem is using a video streaming website such as YouTube to host your videos. Many online video websites allow you to embed videos into other programs to play them natively. This allows you to put a YouTube video directly into your course without having to exit the program and boot up your browser. Easy, safe, and uniform. . Script it Out.

7 Technical Tips for Creating Video Lectures

eLearning Brothers

Use special software like Zaption to embed interactive questionnaires that your students have to fill in before they go on watching. Many authoring tools give you an opportunity to publish video on YouTube in just a coupe clicks, right from their interface. Create engaging educational videos with no hassle or specific training? Creating video lectures these days is a piece of cake.

Teachers, win Edynco Plus account!

Edynco

Make it good and educational: You can include a Micro Lecture ; You can include quizzes ; You can attach Clip Art; You can design it anyway you like; You can attach or embed anything: images, videos, pdf, YouTube, links (use iFrame embed)… 4. We recently improved Edynco with tone of new features like assignments, easier creation, better collaboration and much more.

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Maximizing Retention In E-Learning – Part 3

Edmego Learning

Many of our clients use tools such as YouTube and Vimeo and create a private channel to host their videos. The next step is to grab the embed code and pop it into a slide in the Edmego course authoring tool. Maximizing Retention In E-Learning – Part 3. Part 3 is going to cover some of the basics of instructional design. Competency. Competency is the big picture. Powerpoint.

Extending Lectora with an iFrame

Integrated Learnings

In fact, if you’ve recently copied the code to embed a YouTube video , you’ve already used an iFrame. Some handy uses for iFrames in Lectora pages include: Inserting a YouTube video. In the case of YouTube, Google Docs, or some other user-friendly external site, the code will be generated for you to copy and paste. Lectora YouTube External HTML iFrame

How to add videos to your eFront lessons

eFront

Otherwise you can use the editor’s button  to specify the dimensions: You can even select the player that will be used through this window: If you have already uploaded your video files in YouTube for example, you can embed them in eFront directly. showinfo=0 : To hide the YouTube header bar   insert the character “&” and “showinfo=0?. That’s it! About the Author. false.

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PowerPoint 2010: Inserting YouTubeVideos

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

According to their recent reports, every minute 35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube. Here's how:  Find the video you would like to insert into your PowerPoint presentation on YouTube (or any other video site with an Embed code like Vimeo or MetaCafe). From YouTube click the Embed button (found below the video) and copy the code. by AJ George.

Course Authoring Tools for eLearning Developers and the masses

eLearning 24-7

Embed video – inc. YouTube. Embed audio, images and Flash objects. Ability to include social media – I’m not talking about YouTube here. Tools these days come in three flavors. Geared toward e-learning developers and instructional designers. Geared towards the masses. combination of both. Authoring Tools for developers. It’s free. Screen capture.

Adobe Captivate: Say Hello to Version 7

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

In-course YouTube Videos For greater impact and retention, stream YouTube videos directly into your courses. To make the YouTube video contextually relevant, you can even which section of the video you want the learner to view. Adobe Captivate App Packager Embed a range of HTML5 animations and synchronize them with your Adobe Captivate course. by Kevin Siegel. In the good old days, software companies released major upgrades to their products every 2-3 years. Like it or not, the upgrade cycles have gotten shorter and shorter. 14 months? WCAG 2.0). so stay tuned.

Telling Stories

Upside Learning

They are being told in books, on TV shows, on blogs, on YouTube and in varied forms, they are probably being swapped in your workplace too. Humans telling stories embed information in them, and when someone listens to stories, the brain searches for a deeper meaning beyond what the words are saying. Ancient man swapped stories around a fire, that was ‘learning’ for them.

Enhancing Interactions with Media Elements

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

Now suppose the tutorial designer wants to provide a link to a Wikipedia article on Android - or to a Youtube video featuring the phone device. In other cases, you simply embed text or image media in the interaction - and the media will simply show when the interaction is displayed - no clicking is required. A few years back, e-learning courses were largely static, with a few interactions here and there. As interactivity takes center stage, more and more learning happens through interactions. large number of interactions today are developed using interaction templates.

Maximizing Retention In E-Learning – Part 3

Edmego Learning

Many of our clients use tools such as YouTube and Vimeo and create a private channel to host their videos. The next step is to grab the embed code and pop it into a slide in the Edmego course authoring tool. Maximizing Retention In E-Learning – Part 3. Part 3 is going to cover some of the basics of instructional design. Competency. Competency is the big picture. Powerpoint.

5 Ways to Share Your PowerPoint Presentation Online

DigitalChalk eLearning

You can share your slides in many ways: a direct link, an embed code, or an invitation. Click the “Publish” button, and your video will go straight to YouTube. Advantages: YouTube comes on nearly every web-browsing device, making your video accessible in many ways. You then can do whatever you want with the converted file: embed it on any website, or upload it to your favorite hosting provider to experience all the advantages described in point # 1. 5. You may just hand the file to the event sponsor to share with the crowd. Yes there is—in fact, there are several.

Evaluating Facebook and Twitter for e-Learning

eFront

YouTube for example, which started as a repository of mostly music videos, cat clips and “video blogs”, has turned into an excellent educational resource, teaching hundreds of millions of people lessons in cooking mousaka, playing the flute and everything in between. Facebook and Twitter. Specifically, are they any good for e-learning? And you would be more or less correct.

25 eLearning tools you need to have

LearnUpon

What it does:  Storify is a content curation tool that provides a visual way to tell stories gathered from social media sources like Twitter, Facebook,  Flickr , YouTube, Google , and RSS feeds. Tool: YouTube. What it does:  YouTube hosts a huge repository of video content. YouTube allows instructors to add videos that learners can access when they need them.

10 Things I Love about Screenr.com

mLearning Revolution

One Acrobat.com service I thought about was having a light-weight version of Adobe Captivate as part of Acrobat.com that would enable customers to do simple screen recordings or even software simulations, that could be shared and posted everywhere, on YouTube for example, or even right on Acrobat.com somehow. You can also publish to YouTube. So much for that. Let me explain.

My 30 Wacky Videos - Leveraging YouTube Videos & Embedding Ability

Vignettes Learning

In the spirit of wackiness and rapid e-learning, I published a few of my "Wacky Videos" - done a year ago - in YouTube This was a test. A few people sent emails asking for more. just want to contribute to some people's learning and growth; as e-Learning leaders, we can leverage YouTube's methods. So I decided to publish all short, snippets on "3-Minute e-Learning". Conclusion?

Snap! by Lectora Review

Integrated Learnings

With Snap it's easy to embed web pages, YouTube videos, and Flash. By Joseph Suarez. Recently Trivantis, makers of the eLearning development program Lectora, announced the release of Snap! by Lectora. While the product isn't revolutionary and at times leaves more to be desired, with a $99 price tag, Snap deserves a closer look. So just what is Snap? Such as: Low Price. objects. Flash.

10 Tools and Services For Successful Business Presentations

Your Training Edge

And users can also embed their presentations on a web page, as well as share them via URL. Users can import images to use from Flickr and YouTube and create truly inspiring visual representations. Presentations and communicating ideas through attractive slideshows has become a necessary element of almost any successful business.

3 Ways to Use Game Based Learning in Corporate Training

Bottom-Line Performance

It’s one of the intro comments made in a short YouTube video that does a fantastic job of explaining and SHOWING the answer to “Why games as learning and teaching tools?” This tool will allow you to create a complete multi-level game OR to select small “mini-games” that you can embed in other things you do. The video is embedded above. How so? Sound fishy? Only 3 spots remain.

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Using social media for eLearning (a look at the top 6 social platforms)

eFront

YouTube. Compared to Twitter, using YouTube for eLearning is more straightforward. In fact, there are tons of YouTube channels doing just that, e.g. providing foreign language lessons, cooking lessons, musical lessons, and everything in between. Unlike YouTube, Instagram is not much good as a content repository to get course related material from. Twitter. Instagram.

On Fire in 2013 – What’s going to be hot in e-learning

eLearning 24-7

Granted it is just at a base level, but expect more capabilities and power with HTML5. I see this power including interactive simulations, simulations in general and even the use of APIs or along those lines embed into the HTML5. The ability to select songs and videos for your own YouTube channel. Yeah I know its not the end of the year, when such forecasts tend to show up in droves.

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