Top 10 eLearning Resources You May Not Have Thought Of
FEBRUARY 17, 2015
Thinking Cap. You can use Thinking Cap to manage large amounts of content, workflow, and team members. Guest post by Robert Morris. The upswing of the eLearning industry is showing no signs of slowing down. If you are trying to design an eLearning course, you need to keep the entire process as organized as possible. Xerte. Audacity. Ninja Essays. VIDIZMO. Scate Ignite 4.
Win an iPad! #AdobeCaptivate | HTML5 Contest Announced
JANUARY 13, 2012
The top three entries win an iPad, so put on your thinking caps and come up with something amazing. Just follow the link to upload your entry directly on facebook. link]. Whats new
Ideas to Shake Up Your Training
JULY 17, 2015
I had the pleasure of facilitating the July Learning Event: Creative Thinking Cap – Ideas to Shake up Your Training, hosted by the Central PA Association for Talent Development at JPL. We focused the session on idea generation and the use of creativity and creative writing for learning. Making online and instructor led training solutions creative, while following adult learning theory, will engage learners and ensure that knowledge is transferred into performance on the job. Although our content focus varied, we all experienced similar challenges. How do we engage the learner?
Course Authoring Tools for eLearning Developers and the masses
SEPTEMBER 4, 2012
Thinking Worlds - offers a free version (lame) and a commercial version (better) – create sims and 3D games publish to iPad (have to purchase the TW Pro + iOS edition), very slick. Thinking Cap Studio - Vastly improved – offers features for the masses and the developers. Tools these days come in three flavors. Geared towards the masses. A combination of both.
Cathy Moore – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators
JULY 23, 2014
How do you think existing learning models need to evolve to support these workplace learning preferences? Cathy: I actually don’t think these are new challenges. I think adults have always preferred to figure it out for themselves rather than sit through a day of instruction. I think the ability of people to solve their own problems has increased dramatically with the internet, and instructional designers need to go with that flow. Cathy: Again, I don’t think this is anything new. I just think that the technology has expanded. ” 2.
Award for all awards
OCTOBER 3, 2011
I huge kudos to Thinking Cap, who has a wonderful list of organizations that hand out awards. The breakouts I think make sense, since it a system that is “Lite” typically does not have the same feature set as a standard system. Everyone likes to win awards. They are great to announce to your fellow competitors, general public and potential customers. The problem I have is when there are so many awards it becomes hard to distinguish, which solution is truly award worthy. Organizations that hand out awards. I have no problem with that. I like Brandon Hall.
Create amazing customized quizzes that match your theme colors
MARCH 21, 2014
So put on your thinking caps and get creative. Whether you’re planning a wedding or revamping your room, selecting a particular theme or color is sure to sweeten the experience and enhance the final look. The same is also true when it comes to ‘designing’ your quizzes. So are you looking to match colors in your quiz with your website? Then select your go-to color all the way! Simple.
And the LMS selection winner is…
OCTOBER 14, 2008
In that case I probably would have went with Thinking Cap or SyberWorks. After over a year of looking and talking with several LMS vendors, I finally chose an LMS - ClickCourse from Rapid Intake. My requirements were pretty simple with cost at the top of the list. I wanted something that could track courses reliably, integrate with our existing customer extranet, generate basic reports, and be relatively easy to use. ClickCourse met those criteria at the best price. With ClickCourse I’m not paying for a bunch features I don’t need. Inquisiq was my first runner up.
DECEMBER 11, 2015
Thinking Cap was in attendance. I think you can see a trend here and it screams usability. Notebook, Scrapbook, Dictionary – I admit not sure a HE student, let alone an adult would want to use “Scrapbook” The notebook shows each mission (think learning path), among other items. Welcome wherever you are! Where to start? A higher education must show.