Free Stock Photos Sites for e-Learning
OCTOBER 24, 2010
News from the e-learning frontier Pages Home About Community Free e-Learning Resources Contribute to the e-Learning Community 10/24/2010 Free Stock Photos Sites for e-Learning As an e-Learning developer I had to invest a lot of time to find images for my e-Learning projects. I am sure that the most of us work with tight budgets and limited resources. Stock images are in the public domain.
Setting the Mood: Top Tips for Adding Stock Music to Your E-Learning
DECEMBER 1, 2011
It actually generated applause in the middle of the session, and I guarantee that wasn’t due to its cutting-edge custom photography, innovative special effects, or vibrant color scheme! Depending on the source, stock music can be expensive and in a climate in which it’s hard to get any purchases approved, it may be viewed as frivolous. Here are my top tips for finding and working with stock music. You may do this for stock photos already, but it’s even more relevant for music because you’re probably looking for a certain feel rather than specific content.
WAR: Articulate Storyline Losing Battle to Adobe Captivate
JUNE 12, 2012
Their WYSIWYG (what-you-see-is-what-you-get) approach, and intuative integration to the extremely familiar Microsoft PowerPoint, enables even beginners the ability to create professional looking e-Learning, fast. Too often instructional designers are stuck trying to make stock photography make sense in multiple situations. Articulate
Holiday Wish List for Corporate Training Professionals: Part 4 - Software for Content Creation
DECEMBER 6, 2016
Stock Photo Subscriptions. Up your image game significantly by applying stock photos to all of your work. There are a few places to find free stock images but I recommend shutterstock. But over the years other software companies have created image editing tools that rival the master of the photography software world. Introduction to Scaling Up Knowledge. I'll try it out.
Cut the Clip Art Clutter
APRIL 13, 2010
Much like stock photography, the trick to using clip art well is to keep it styled in a way that reinforces your message. If you’re using Microsoft Clip Art Online , it’s easy to search by style. What is the training slide below telling you? We’ve all seen (or designed) training that looked like the clip art version of a ransom note. What do you think of it now? Better?