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6 Lessons from the Trenches of Digital Learning Game Design at #ASTDTK14

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When we started, we found lots of books and articles on game design – but not much on learning game design. Here is a summary of six lessons we’ve learned. You can embed games into course authoring tools such as Lectora or Articulate Storyline.

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GOANIMATE: Character-Based eLearning Made Easy

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  I’ve been working more and more on ways to integrate GoAnimate with more traditional eLearning lessons and content. For example, I wanted to add a human, interpersonal touch to an Excel lesson. One of the hottest new tools for eLearning development is GoAnimate.

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The Secret to Beating the Forgetting Curve

CourseArc

Is it better to binge on new lessons, or to learn incrementally over time? Doesn’t being exposed to a new fact or a new method automatically embed it in our memory, where we can retrieve it later at will? Watch our demo video and see what CourseArc can help you create for your students!

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GOANIMATE: Character-Based eLearning Made Easy

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  I’ve been working more and more on ways to integrate GoAnimate with more traditional eLearning lessons and content. For example, I wanted to add a human, interpersonal touch to an Excel lesson.     Now, it’s one thing to simply embed a video into an Adobe Captivate slide as a stand-alone, and then go on with a standard Captivate lesson in the next segment. One of the hottest new tools for eLearning development is GoAnimate.

How I Created This Interactive E-Learning Course

Rapid eLearning

I created a demo course in Rise for a workshop. One of my goals with the demo was to show off different ways to add content and how the various blocks work and look in a real-ish project. There is one custom piece in lesson 6 where I inserted a Storyline interaction.

eLearning: Voiceover Audio That Will Keep the Learner's Attention

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Jennie Ruby    How can you use your voiceover script to keep the learner's attention within an eLearning lesson? To some extent, the type of lesson will determine how much voiceover is proportional to each action. On a software demo video, a lack of action for as little as 7 seconds can have the learner shaking the mouse to see if the video is still running-even if the audio voiceover is continuing.

85+ Top Tools & Resources for Course Creators

learnWorlds

You can get a 30-day demo to test LearnWorlds and see if it works for you. Also, you can add sound comments, a record of your voice, give more detailed directions, and manage the number of students who are watching your video lessons. Finally, you have the ability to enfuse your video lessons to websites and icons accompanied with links. Most elearning courses nowadays include video lessons. Steve Jobs once said, ‘Technology is nothing.