Skyrocket Your Course Clicks & Completions With Compelling Titles

LearnUpon

To see this in action, let’s use an example of a software company teaching it’s marketing team basic Photoshop. From this short descriptor, we can pick out a few keywords – Photoshop and social media. Boost Social Engagement with Basic Photoshop.

Start Alternative Learning the Right Way

KnowledgeCity

Gain access to tutorials that range from business and leadership to safety compliance and computer software. Watch yourself develop into the Adobe Photoshop whiz your company so deeply desires, or the Human Resources intellect that can now achieve that lavish promotion.

7 Tips For Better Performance Support

KnowledgeAnywhere

Suppose, for example, that you need to learn how to use a program such as Photoshop. If you actually have to use Photoshop during a project, you need it for a specific purpose. If you’re teaching any type of compliance training, regulations often change. Performance support is an area that is often overlooked or under-emphasized to the detriment of productivity.

Using graphics in eLearning: where to draw the line?

Unicorn Training

Trying to figure out the right kind of graphic to use can depend on the subject matter, for example, courses covering compliance topics might use images which match the professional tone of the subject.

4 adjectives that make or break a team, in any industry

TalentLMS

These problems are not necessarily “photoshop” problems, if you know what I mean (wink wink, nudge nudge). One last sneaky and invaluable and shameless little tip from yours truly: TalentLMS provides pre-employment , induction , compliance and lifelong training solutions.

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Interactivity in Software Tutorials?

Adobe Captivate

Too bad that most authors seem to forget that meanwhile it has become to most versatile authoring tool, and is probably more used for its other features (compliance training, scenario training to mention only a few). Here is the link to an example file, which is created from the Video Demo file you have seen under Workflow 1: Editing Characters with Photoshop. Intro.

eLearning Engagement: A Formula for Success

LearnUpon

Mandatory training has to be completed, usually to ensure compliance with legislation. In the case of compliance courses, it’s obvious that the training has to be done.

ASTD TechKnowledge 2013, Day 2

eLearning 24-7

Instead of following the Storyline layout – which kind of reminds me of Photoshop – aka layers/triggers on the side of the screen, ZZ instead has these box like things which you simply click on and move the mouse to various objects which creates this line like thing – trust me, I’m not doing it justice in the explanation – but it is very nice to look at and use – simple! Wow, wasn’t that marching band fantastic? I loved the lip synch of that tune.

Top 60 eLearning Posts for October 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

Forget Photoshop, PowerPoint 2010 Rocks for AHA-G! October 31, 2010 My organization is just finishing up its compliance period and I have gotten my share of calls and e-mails from staff regarding their courses. I look forward to doing this each month as I always find that I missed some REALLY great content. October 2010 did not disappoint! Here is the best from this past month.

Free, now with added capitalisation

Learning Rocks

Gimp is great for what I need, but it's not quite Photoshop. Imagine, if you will, yet another piece of Brussels derived equality/compliance legislation washing up on the banks of the Thames outside Parliament. I've just trawled through the working and reworking of ideas spawned by Chris Anderson's book Free. It got a big response from the likes of Malcolm Gladwell and Seth Godin and on it went. I lost quite a bit of time in there.

Free, now with added capitalisation

Learning Rocks

Gimp is great for what I need, but it's not quite Photoshop. Imagine, if you will, yet another piece of Brussels derived equality/compliance legislation washing up on the banks of the Thames outside Parliament. I've just trawled through the working and reworking of ideas spawned by Chris Anderson's book Free. It got a big response from the likes of Malcolm Gladwell and Seth Godin and on it went. I lost quite a bit of time in there.