Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Jane Bozarth: Better than Bullet Points

Learning Visions

Effective design using PPT as a tool. Not PPT 101. Many tools out there that still have to start with ppt Use it as a storyboarding tool, prototyping. Can do an awful lot with PPT. Most of Jane’s examples – from people with lower budgets – not the glitzy example (we need to make learning engaging, not pretty). PPT Blunders when designing eLearning: too much text bad graphics flying text My review: Jane is a fabulous presenter.

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Jane Bozarth: Better than Bullet Points

Learning Visions

Effective design using PPT as a tool. Not PPT 101. Many tools out there that still have to start with ppt Use it as a storyboarding tool, prototyping. Can do an awful lot with PPT. Most of Jane’s examples – from people with lower budgets – not the glitzy example (we need to make learning engaging, not pretty). PPT Blunders when designing eLearning: too much text bad graphics flying text My review: Jane is a fabulous presenter.

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7 Dos and Don’ts to Design and Deliver Successful Video-Based Learning

Obsidian Learning

Though I might be tempted to say that there are no wrong answers here, the project, budget, talent, location restraints, and many other considerations will probably guide you toward either video, animation, or a mix of the two. Take the time to write a script and prepare a storyboard.

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Solve problems with screencasting

E-Learning Acupuncture

Create a storyboard. Most people already have a good foundation for a storyboard – a pre-existing PPT slide that is being used in class. To start, make any adjustments to the existing PPT slide that you feel would help illustrate a concept to the learners who will be viewing the screencast remotely. One additional consideration is that if your screencast will be above average in length (say more than 5 mins) then try to split your content onto two (or more) PPT slides.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: E-Learning Project Reality: Guerrilla Instructional Design

Learning Visions

Just out of curiosity, what do you use to storyboard your stuff? Ive been storyboarding in Word for years and it continues to work for me. My "storyboard" is just the words and the descriptions of the graphics. Ive done some wireframes in PPT, but I keep coming back to Word. Rapid eLearning on a tight budget/timeframe, but as the ID you want to do something different and better -- more engaging, more memorable.

7 Proven Techniques for Keeping Your E-Learning Customers Happy - The Rapid eLearning Blog

Rapid eLearning

It is easiest to make changes when the project is still in the storyboard phase. Explain that although additional changes can be made, it may negatively impact the project timeline (and budget). Every time i make PPT presenations I get confused what colors. The Rapid Elearning Blog. 7 Proven Techniques for Keeping Your E-Learning Customers Happy. January 22nd, 2008. 29 comments. It’s a tricky balance working with customers.

Adobe shows off Captivate 4 and the Adobe eLearning Suite

Steve Howard

Much of the work I have done over the years has required me to copy text and images from a storyboard document or a folder into the lesson file. This project template feature excites me because I can eliminate the storyboard stage from the project workflow and have SMEs and Designers build their lesson right into my template files. Alternatively PowerPoint files can be linked, so that edits to the source PPT file are reflected in the Captivate project.