Beginner’s Guide to Pinterest Video Accessibility

3Play Media

Captions, also commonly referred to as subtitles, are time-synchronized text that visually depicts the audio content. Audio description (also referred to as “description,” “video description,” or “AD”) is defined as “the verbal depiction of key visual elements in media and live productions.”

Adobe Captivate 2017 for Beginners – Webinar Recording

Adobe Captivate

Adobe Captivate for Beginners is the first of a series of hands-on webinars we’ll be running regularly this year to help everyone learn the basics of designing and developing eLearning using Adobe Captivate, with each webinar led by John Stericker, our Adobe-certified Captivate Expert and Instructor. Post-webinar we’ll also share a free Adobe Captivate shortcuts reference guide with all attendees.

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Instructional Design for Beginners – What Motivates People To Learn?

Upside Learning

However, as Instructional Design beginners, we are so overawed by these theories that we fail to understand the simple principles behind them. The objective of this blog-post is to demystify one such theory which every beginner Instructional Designer should know – John Keller’s ARCS model of Motivational Design. Motivational design refers to the process of arranging resources and procedures to bring about changes in motivation.

Beginner’s Guide to Microlearning

Ed App

In fact, our working memory can only juggle a maximum of five new pieces of information before we get overloaded, and new knowledge gets lost in the abyss of what psychologists refer to as the Ebbinhauser Forgetting Curve. References. What is Microlearning?

WEBINAR – Adobe Captivate 2017 for Beginners – Feb 7th!

Adobe Captivate

Adobe Captivate for Beginners is the first of a series of hands-on webinars we’ll be running regularly this year to help everyone learn the basics of designing and developing eLearning using Adobe Captivate, with each webinar led by John Stericker, our Adobe-certified Captivate Expert and Instructor. Post-webinar we’ll also share a free Adobe Captivate shortcuts reference guide with all attendees. When: Wednesday 7 February 11am-12pm (AEDT). Duration: 60 Minutes.

A simple way to help beginners get started with Articulate Storyline

eLearning Architect

Step 6 - Adding conditions to triggers In order to really help the group grasp some advanced Storyline concepts within this first slide, I ask them to refer back to the demo and notice how the learner cannot move onto the next slide until they have visited each of the different people on the slide. I was hanging out in the Articulate Storyline LinkedIn group the other day when I saw someone post a request for suggestions on how best to deliver Storyline training.

Mobile Learning for Healthcare Professionals

Origin Learning

Virtual learning for beginners. Advanced point-of view devices such as the Google Glass allows surgeons to record surgical procedures for future reference. Mobile Learning Assisting doctors at work Extensive video libraries Healthcare Professionals Mobile Learning for Healthcare ProfessionalsMobile Learning for Healthcare Professionals Mobile Learning in healthcare Virtual learning for beginners

Adobe FrameMaker: Including Chapter Numbers in a Table of Contents

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

TOC or index) store their structure information on the Reference pages. If you want to use the chapter numbers from the book files, all you need to do is make one quick edit to the TOC reference page within the book's TOC file: Open the table of contents file. Choose View > Reference pages. Navigate to the TOC reference page. We offer both beginner and advanced FrameMaker training. by Barb Binder.

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Adobe FrameMaker: Selectively Using Bold in a Table of Contents

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Choose View > Reference pages and turn to the TOC Reference Page. On the TOC Reference Page , select the building block for the paragraph formats you would like to bold, and apply the Bold format from the Character Catalog. Looking to learn Adobe FrameMaker We offer Beginner and Advanced classes. by Barb Binder.

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Adobe FrameMaker: The Page Count Variable for Books (Part I)

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

FrameMaker's Page Count variable makes it easy to track (and reference) the page count of a single chapter.   The Page Count variable works by inserting a reference to the last body page of the chapter. Looking to learn Adobe FrameMaker We offer  Beginner  and  Advanced  classes.

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12+ Books for Instructional Designers

Experiencing eLearning

The design models in chapter 4 are probably familiar to many with experience in the field but very helpful to beginners who want to do more than just the same type of course and interaction for every situation. e-Learning and the Science of Instruction by Ruth Clark and Richard Mayer is one of the first books on e-learning I bought, and I still refer to it when I need evidence to justify decisions to clients. However, it’s still a solid reference.

Avoiding an Information Dump when Planning Your Course

LearnDash

The easiest step would be to create a glossary page they can keep open in a second window and refer to whenever they need. Even better, keep an easy-reference glossary in a sidebar as your learners read though the lesson so that they can glance at it whenever they need to remember a course content. Go through your course content and try to identify topics that you could classify as beginner, intermediate, or advanced.

Adobe Captivate 5: Don't Quote Me!

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

      In fact, filling in the fields within the Project Information window is so important, and so simple, I encourage my beginner Captivate students to fill it in as well. From a beginner perspective, the information can be displayed on a TOC, something you learn to do during class.). The message refers to actionscript keywords and user variables , but John wasn't using actionscript or user variables. by Kevin Siegel.

Adobe FrameMaker 10: Managing Alert Boxes

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

We have alert boxes that pop up when we: Open a document with unavailable fonts:   Open a document that was saved using an earlier version of FrameMaker:     Open a document that contains one or more unresolved cross-references:     During my live, online FrameMaker class , we perform an activity that will clear the history, effectively removing access to Edit > Undo and Edit > Redo (i.e.,

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Grow Your Negotiating Capabilities Using eLearning

Your Training Edge

Clients have reported that whether they were a beginner or an expert negotiator, using a negotiation simulator helped to improve their negotiation skills and enhanced their confidence. Click on some of the negotiation resources, read, and if you are satisfied, subscribe to or follow the insightful resources for future reference. Are you aspiring to become an expert negotiator?

5 Best Educational Website Builders and Platforms in 2019

Your Training Edge

Educational websites and blogs are great enablers for students as they can find information about the syllabus, extra reference articles, coursework and even live tutorial videos and lectures. Innovative, intuitive and informative, Weebly Education lets users design websites, post reference articles, learning programs, and assignments online. One also needs some additional reference work and extra research about the topics taught in class.

Five Varying Learner Profiles in E-Learning

G-Cube

Learning managers may assess the learners beforehand and make sure that beginners are not skipping sections. Bite-sized learning nuggets can be created for mobile delivery, which learners can refer to while on the go – even in the middle of a work assignment, if necessary. The learners can take print-outs to keep and refer to them as and when they need.

5 Best Educational Website Builders and Platforms in 2019

Your Training Edge

Educational websites and blogs are great enablers for students as they can find information about the syllabus, extra reference articles, coursework and even live tutorial videos and lectures. Innovative, intuitive and informative, Weebly Education lets users design websites, post reference articles, learning programs, and assignments online. One also needs some additional reference work and extra research about the topics taught in class.

5 Ways to KISS Your eLearning

eLearning Brothers

I’m referring to an old acronym coined by Kelly Johnson and has been around since the 1960′s. Learn more: Tips for Designing Courses for Experts and Beginners.). Just make sure that they are well explained and offer a glossary for reference. So you might be wondering, how do you give your eLearning a big smooch? That’s not the type of “kiss” I’m talking about.

Adobe Captivate: Anchors Away?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

I'm referring to those pesky red arrows you will see to the right of objects on the Timeline. we still offer two online classes for Captivate 4, Beginner and Advanced. Click here for details on the Beginner class. by Kevin Siegel.   You've seen them. and you've ignored them. But what, exactly, are they? The red arrows indicate that the Timeline object is anchored to the end of the slide's play time.

L&D in the Modern Workplace Challenge starts Monday 30 May

Jane Hart

I highly recommend it to everyone – beginners and experts alike.” I found Jane’s MWL book (provided as a resource in the program) to be thought-provoking and an excellent read and one that I have continuously referred to. This is just a reminder that the next L&D in the Modern Workplace Challenge takes place over 12 weeks from 30 May – 19 August. This Challenge consists of 12 Activities (some of which contain more than one task).

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How to break bad habits with Intellezy

Intellezy

Refer them to Intellezy to help them STOP performing skills from the early 2000’s! It is broken down into micro-lessons, so you can just quickly reference what was taught and go back to it when you need to refresh your memory in just a couple of minutes. Intellezy offers learning at your pace in segmented, easy to follow videos, from beginner to advanced. by Pamela Dumont, Channel Partner Manager. Habits can be good or bad, and I am one to have a fair amount of bad habits.

The Five Commandments of Learning: Where It All Begins!

G-Cube

Be it the creation of a specific culture, with reference to innovation, delegation, ownership, customer orientation, among others, or specialization, such as deep domain expertise, learning has to have a bigger purpose behind it. It helps in bringing the much sought meaning that drives our lives in a purpose led manner and provides the motivation to strive in the face of adversity, as adversity has hit each learner at the beginner phase.

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Easy peasy ways to apply social learning for effective online learning

ProProfs

In simple words, social presence refers to all the knowledge a person accumulates by watching other people’s behavior. As we’ve already mentioned, the experts in your organization can create a strong impact on the beginners. For example, assuming you have the professional staff that can answer the beginners’ questions, you don’t necessarily need a real knowledge base software.

How to Build an Online Training Website in Less than $450

The Be-all and End-all Guide to Creating a Supreme LearnDash LMS

There are several great hosting providers like BlueHost, WP Engine, SiteGround, HostGator, who have great hosting plans for beginners and solo businesspeople. If you need more details on how exactly to set up your LearnDash website, here’s a handy guide you can refer to.

Hello 2016, is it me you're looking for?

eLearning Architect

Bonus points if you understand the donut reference. Definitely not as many as I would have liked to have written, but here is a quick overview with links to each: Beginners Guides Beginner's Guide to Delivering eLearning via an LMS 5 Questions to ask Yourself Before Finding Someone to Build your Elearning Course To Narrate or Not To Narrate - eLearning Question 101!

How to Choose a Catchy Name for a Training Program (2020)

learnWorlds

Try to specify who your course is referring to while of course being careful not to narrow it down too much. Is your eLearning course intended for beginners in your field or an expert niche? If you are training juniors to become speakers you might need a title like “Juniors’ training to Public Speaking” while referring to experienced speakers might be something like “Expert Speaker Training: Learn to dazzle your audience.”. Beginners Guide: _.

Free L&D webinars for October 2020

Limestone Learning

PT: A Beginner’s Guide to Interactive Virtual Training Ever tried to turn on someone else’s TV only to be stumped by their four remote controls? Referrals are one of the quickest ways to fill your pipeline and close faster than any other lead, but how do you reward people who refer you?

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Will a Chatbot Be Your Next Learning Coach? – How AI can support talent development in your organization

Learningtogo

The term “Big Data” refers to data sets that are so voluminous and complex that traditional data processing application software is inadequate to deal with them. At Stanford an AI grading system achieved 81% accuracy rate when compared to human graders: Beware These Beginner Mistakes. Eighty percent of major companies expect to be using artificial intelligence by 2020, but their training departments are likely to be the last places you’ll find it. We need to fix that.

Skills and Competencies: What is the Difference?

Avilar

In the workplace, both skills and competencies refer to the abilities of employees. Hard” skills refer to technical abilities that are typically learned through formal education or additional learning. Someone can have a beginner, intermediate or advanced level of proficiency for the desired competency. Nearly every day, we hear business people discuss the skills and competencies their employees need to succeed.

Top 5 Benefits of SCORM in eLearning

ProProfs

Yes, we are referring to eLearning, which is not confined to the ocean of words but is drawn from a number of skills involved like instructional design, education, visual design, presentations, storytelling, project management, and much more. A part of it can be attributed to the Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) , which integrates eLearning content with various Learning Management Systems. Read More:- Beginners Guide To Tin Can API.

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Top 10 Authoring Tools for 2017

eLearning 24-7

From sims to scenarios to courses of all types, to collaboration, nice set of resources – this product is not for beginners. Not for beginners. One – Beginner, newbie – has to create a course quickly (sadly very common today in the industry and the ones who lose out? Beginner. Can you create this level of a course with the “beginner” noted ones?

Instructional Design: The Process – 1

Origin Learning

This is an attempt to create a broad breakup of the process, along with some references for helping with the creativity. The objective of this sectionis only to introduce the concepts and encourage the beginners to learn more about the models and theories. Course creation and delivery have come a long way in the past couple of decades.

10 Things Successful eLearning Professionals Do Differently

SHIFT eLearning

They Embrace a Beginner’s Mind. The beginner’s mind is a concept from Zen and refers to a state of mind free from preconceptions, from false confidence, and from self-criticism and doubt. In other words, having a beginner’s mind is about being comfortable not knowing, being open to new perspectives and ideas, and committing to continuous learning rather than looking to meet specific goals.

Organizations as Communities?—?Part 2

ID Reflections

Most of us are aware of the Japanese concept of shoshin articulated by Shunryu Suzuki as, “In a beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, in an expert’s mind very few.” I have included the diagram below for reference. Yesterday, in a Twitter conversation with Rachel Happe regarding the need for organizations to function as communities, I wrote the following: “ Complicated solutions are yesterday’s good practices.