New Medical Images and 3D Rotating Videos

eLearning Brothers

For example, we have added over 30,000 new cutout people images to our Cutout People Library. We have also been focusing on our Medical Images Library , which if you don’t know, consists of over 1100 high resolution medical images ranging from bones and organs to medical environments.

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Over 500,000 Stock Images, Audio, and Videos for eLearning

eLearning Brothers

Over 500,000 stock images, graphics, videos, motion graphics, sound effects, and music loops. Stock Images. Stock images to use in your internal and external courses. Music, sound effects, and loops. Adobe After Effects and Apple Motion source files included!

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In the Flesh! New Medical Stock Images

eLearning Brothers

We at eLearning Brothers are proud to announce that we’ve recently made 115 new additions to our medical image library. These images take a detailed look at the internal structure of the organs in the thoracic, abdominal, and pelvic regions.

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Image Editing- How to Use Lighting and Color Effects

TechSmith Camtasia

When it comes to image editing, you can let your imagination run wild with amazing effects and filters. Many effects only adjust the light and color in your image to create stunning results. Check out a few of these popular effects.

12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

accurately describe images on first sight. Google AI Blog (2014), ‘A picture is worth a thousand (coherent) words: building a natural description of images’ 4 Give Your Video. image of their workspace. and is displayed in the most effective way possible.

Editing Images with PowerPoint

Integrated Learnings

Sometimes an eLearning course needs to be enhanced with an image , but finding the right one can be a chore in itself. It’s frustrating to locate an image only to find it just isn’t quite right. In these cases, it’s possible to tweak the image with a graphics editor.

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Development Corner: Image Formats

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Sally Cox    When it comes to adding images to websites, PowerPoint presentations, or eLearning projects, you will likely be given JPEGs, GIFs, or PNGs. Let's review the three most common image formats and why/when to use them.

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Effective Graphics


Good visuals help learners absorb material more effectively and make training memorable. By identifying the main idea of each slide, instructional designers will be able to select the most appropriate font, colors, and images. Instructional Design graphic design graphics images visual

Understanding Image File Formats

TechSmith Camtasia

But, which image file formats do you need? In my role as a video editor, I deal with graphics, videos, and images on a daily basis and have learned a lot about which ones work best for specific situations. Common Image File Types. Vector vs. Raster (bitmap) Images.

Using Video, Images, or Text in ELearning


But as you can imagine, effectively conveying critical learning objectives is best accomplished when using a variety of methods. That said, just using various tools like video and images doesn’t mean that your learning is suddenly better. You have to use them effectively.

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Legendary Presentations: eLearning, Sales Collateral, and Defeating Death-by-PowerPoint

Speaker: Richard Goring, Director, BrightCarbon

We’ll work together in a highly practical, demo-led session, in which you’ll learn how to create visual slides, manipulate images, master animations, make it interactive, and produce content that will delight your audience.

Make animated image captions with rollover and rollout effects / html5 compatible

Adobe Captivate

This video shows how to make animated image captions to display hidden objectives or additional contents to introduce e-learning modules. It shows a way to make rollover and rollout animations to show/hide captions. It is html5 compatible and for desktop projects.

Created in our image

Learning with e's

The real problems emerge when we create robots in our own image. Created in our image by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Photo by Steve Wheeler (3D printed robots) There is no doubt.

Images as metaphors. How to convey abstract concepts with images.


As we commented previously, “an image is worth a thousand words” and using them can help convey items that reinforce knowledge and make your courses more noteworthy, impacting and educational. You are probably asking: What abstract concepts do I want to convey, and, how do I do it with images?

How to Make Cutout People Images in Photoshop

eLearning Brothers

For my example, I’ll use the gentleman third from the left in this image. Notice how in this image the man’s shirt is very close to the color of the background, and therefore part of the shirt disappeared along with the background, leaving a ghostly shadow of a shirt.

Images as metaphors. How to convey abstract concepts with images.


As we commented previously, “an image is worth a thousand words” and using them can help convey items that reinforce knowledge and make your courses more noteworthy, impacting and educational. You are probably asking: What abstract concepts do I want to convey, and, how do I do it with images?

How to Reduce the File Size of your eLearning Images


Have you ever launched a course to find that some of your course content images take a long time to render? One quick way to achieve this is to use image compression to reduce the size of the images you are using. . What is image compression? Why compress images?

Images used to support learning


But, have you thought about the power of images in learning? Continue reading and we will tell you how to leverage images in your courses to make them more powerful, impacting and educational. ­. Using an identifying image that conveys and inspires can greatly ease comprehension.

How to create effective online training courses on a budget

Your Training Edge

Thus, it becomes very crucial for any online training service provider to develop strategies to develop appealing eLearning courses quickly and cost effectively. to create new content quickly and cost effectively. Use these sites and tools tool meet your image designing needs.

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How to Energize Your eLearning with Cutout People Images

eLearning Brothers

Such an effect will vastly improve any course. If you are using PowerPoint to work on your course, you can easily add an image of a character in a specific pose with iSpring Suite 7. Get More Cutout People Images From the Store. All these cutout images and many more (e.g.,

The Link Between Effective Explanation and Design Thinking


There is a definite link between effective explanation and Design Thinking. Design Thinking can help us think differently about how we explain ideas and maximize the effectiveness of our explanations. When it comes to effective explanation, there is a host of ways to explain concepts.

Tools for Effective Content Development

Your Training Edge

Good images can improve content to unsuspected limits. A very simple post that earns a lot thanks to its images, both the header and those that have been included throughout the text is a post done correctly. Free image banks.

Adobe Captivate – Card Flip Effect

Adobe Captivate

In this video tutorial, I show you how you can use effects in Adobe Captivate to create the effect of a baseball card flip. For example, on one side of the card you have the image of the baseball player and on the back side, you have the player’s statistics.

Designing Effective Podcasting


Storytelling is one of the simplest yet most memorable and effective ways to present content. A user holding a tablet with an audio podcast with different formats.

How to Create Engaging Images for your eLearning Courses


eLearning images are commonly an afterthought to course content creation. come first and only then do images come into the picture. Images can be time-consuming to develop, but well-planned images are a crucial part of eLearning. Images to use in your eLearning content.

Image, Shape and Button Effects in Lectora 12


With Lectora® e-Learning software’s latest release, we’ve given you the ability to add a number of styles and effects to your images, shapes and buttons. Lectora’s new object adorners allow you to rotate or flip images, shapes and buttons. Images.

eLearning: Effective Use of Fonts

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The image below shows a few examples of display fonts.   In the image below, notice the first two examples are using a display font that is inappropriate for the content.

How to Create an Interactive Image Template

Rapid eLearning

As noted in an earlier post, an easy way to build interactive elearning modules is by choosing a single image and adding interactive elements to it. The key is finding a single image that has a few potential content buckets. Finding images is relatively easy today.

Image Cropping 101: The Basics

TechSmith Camtasia

By now you know that images are essential to creating great content and communicating clearly. Whether you’re trying to explain something, show how something works or just adding elements to help grab a reader’s eye, images add interest and can help get your point across better and faster.

Designing An Effective Elearning Content Strategy

Origin Learning

Designing an effective elearning strategy involves communicating all the training material to employees in a way that best appeals to their learning psychology. Image Credit – Start small; start with making infographics, images and simple animations.

Image hit boxes not resizing/repositioning with image animation via GSAP

Adobe Captivate

Here’s a summary of my question – how does Captivate determine the hit box of images and is there a way to adjust to hitbox via javascript? Here’s the longer version – I have a slide with two images on it and I would like the user to be able to click on each image to have it enlarge and center in the screen, almost like a lightbox effect. I have used GSAP to animate the tweening of images to scale them up and center them on the screen.

Six Google Slides image editing hacks for amazing presentations


Both PowerPoint and Google Slides offer some great image editing tools that are so easy to use you don’t need to be an expert to make your presentation look striking, but we’re going to focus our time today on what Google Slides image editing can offer. Image Callout.

5 Ways to Use PowerPoint as an Image Editor

Rapid eLearning

Today I am going to cover five ways to use PowerPoint as an image editor. This is great for quick image editing or for those who don’t have other image editors on hand. Save PowerPoint Content as an Image. Export PowerPoint Slides as Images.

Create an Image or Video Mask Using Snagit 12

TechSmith Camtasia

Image masking allows you to create unusual and unique edge effects for your photographs and other graphics. You can also use these images in Camtasia Studio to add masking effects to your videos (see a sample video here.). This is the image mask created in this tutorial.

Just Add Images: How to Improve Content Performance

TechSmith Camtasia

Step #2: Add specific images to certain parts of the article. Step #3: Edit those images to meet your branding. People trusted the site with images more… even though the written content was identical. You already know that adding images helps with perceived authority.

How to Create Effective Test Questions


If every student answers a question correctly, does that mean your question is too easy, or is it a perfect example of an effective test question? How to Create Effective Tests and Quizzes. Image: “ Quiz ” by Animated Heaven, via Flickr Creative Commons License.

New Template: Image Map

Ed App

Ed Microlearning ’s new Image Map template offers Instructional Designers the ability to engage learners more effectively, delivering both small and large amounts of content in an entertaining and interactive way. How have you used the Image Map template?