Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide

BrightCarbon

Whether you’re a student, in business, or a software pro, there’s little doubt that you’ve heard of Google Slides. However, while the name may ring a bell, we know that many of you won’t have had the time to delve deep into Google Slides’ functionality.

No, I Won’t “Tweak” Your PowerPoint Slides

Experiencing eLearning

The PowerPoint slides just need to be tweaked—editing the onscreen text, adding some animation, prepping the script for voice over recording, and syncing everything together. ” “It’s about 200 slides. ” “OK, I’m looking over the slides now.”

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Adobe Captivate: Say Hello to Version 7

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Case in point: version 7 of the Captivate software was released today. In-course Web Browsing Enable more effective learning by embedding a browser interface within your courses. Simultaneously record narration, capture screen motion, and synchronize audio with slides and timed objects. Edit audio to correct mistakes and pauses, add an external track, or attach sound effects or narration to individual objects. by Kevin Siegel.

ASTD ICE Slides

Kapp Notes

Sharon Boller, Steve Boller and Leanne Batchelder from Bottom Line Performance co-presented a workshop on game design and here are the slides and some other resources related to the workshop which you may find helpful. Virtual self-modeling: the effects of vicarious reinforcement and identification on exercise behaviors. The Proteus Effect: Implications of transformed digital self-representation on online and offline behavior.

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Effective Graphics

CourseArc

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. Everyone knows that graphics play a vital role in training.

Ad-hoc Social Learning Environment Version 2: BaseCamp 2011

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

What is more, the ability for learners to interact around individual slides of a presentation adds significant value and enhances the learning experience notably. Each slide had a 'comments' tab where participants could go and add comments, raise questions or answer questions related to that slide.

Converting ELearning To Tablet Learning: Cost-effective Solutions

Upside Learning

Tablet Learning, however, can be viewed as a separate category that serves as an effective stepping stone in the transition from eLearning to mLearning. We’ve presented some cost-effective options below to help you get started.

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Five Tips for Creating Effective Learning Videos

TechSmith Camtasia

As a result, the expectations for this type of content have risen and video creators are finding it more difficult than ever to ensure that their content is effective and engaging. Use zoom and pan effects to bring sections of your content into focus.

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#1 Killer of Effective Learning Development

LearnDash

There is literally nothing worse than having to go back to a course, LMS data, PowerPoint slides, videos, audio (the list goes on) in order to make updates because something is not conveyed correctly. Taking down the previous version of the course.

6 Principles of Effective Online Training that Will Surprise You

Mindflash

This is a good thing, after all, because visually appealing, interactive, and engaging online training is more effective, right? In this article from the eLearning Guild, Ruth Clark describes six principles of eLearning that is effective. Lesson: Add relevant visuals to your slides.

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Effectiveness of E-trainings for Compliance in the Pharma Industry

CommLab India

Traditional classroom training, though effective for other trainings, may not be the right option for compliance training. It can be a click that takes them to a different slide or a thought-provoking situation that prompts them to reflect and react.

The Halo Effect: First Impressions for e-Learning

Trivantis

Your learners will unconsciously judge your e-Learning course at first glance—it’s called the Halo Effect. If you’ve ever met someone and instantly disliked him because of his wrinkled shirt or unflattering hairstyle, you’ve experienced the Halo Effect.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Mindflash.com Version – Product Review

eLearning 24-7

I deck out the house with special effects, ghostly lights, the whole works. Terminology – The use of ILT (Presentation, Slides, Trainer, Trainees). You can move the slides – what Mindflash.com calls “pages&# in their product – around the timeline as you can the elements. In the beta version of the product, Mindflash.com included T/F, yet for the final version removed it. Slides. Pages – replaces slides, lessons, etc.

7 Instructional design principles for professors and teachers looking to create effective eLearning modules

QuoDeck

As teachers and professors, was today begin incorporating eLearning as a key part of their curriculum, what are the instructional design principles they must keep in mind to make learning most effective? Use visuals in every 1 of 3 slides.

3 Ways To Instantly Kill e-Learning Effectiveness

LearnDash

As Instructional Designers, we all want to make the best e-Learning modules possible, so we better get these three things right or our courses' effectiveness will spiral down the drain. If your course looks anything like powerpoint slides, you're courses' effectiveness has taken a blow.

Quiz Tweak 4: Submit Process

Adobe Captivate

“I don’t like that the learner has to press Y or click the slide to continue” When you use CP2019 and have tried out the new VR projects, you will probably have seen that the overlay quiz slides have a slightly different Submit process! Intro.

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Why PowerPoint is Effective for Training New Employees

DigitalChalk eLearning

PowerPoint is a highly sophisticated tool with an array of animations and effects, but all the bells and whistles are not much use outside their own environment. Import your deck into another format, try sharing online – and the effects you sweated over three nights in a row are gone.

Tough Choice: Breakpoints or Fluid Boxes?

Adobe Captivate

Responsive Project with Breakpoint Views is available since version 8. Both projects have 4 slides: Title : not all images which in the Breakpoint example could be used on the Fluid Boxes version because you cannot stack items. Master Slides. Intro.

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Fluidize your Quizzes

Adobe Captivate

When publishing my first reflections on Fluid Boxes work flow versus Breakpoint View work flow I didn’t mention my expectations for a smoother creation of Quiz slides using FB’s. quiz slides. Quizzing Master Slides -Setup Fluid Boxes. Intro.

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eSeminar Now On Demand: Making Effective eLearning Modules Part 2: Modality

Adobe Captivate

So the session is now smoothly recorded (in its entirety) and I have uploaded twin versions of the slide deck as has become my habit. LINK: [link] Last week’s eSeminar did not record as expected, but I got online over the weekend and did it again. The first one which you can find here, contains

eSeminar Now Available On Demand: Making Effective Adobe Captivate eLearning Modules: Personalization Principle

Adobe Captivate

Finally, I have uploaded twin versions of the slide deck as has become LINK: [link] The focus was on the multimedia eLearning principle of personalization in this week’s eSeminar. You can watch the session using the link. I have also included an embedded copy of the demo for the personalization principle which you’ll find below.

The Halo Effect: First Impressions for e-Learning

Trivantis

Your learners will unconsciously judge your e-Learning course at first glance—it’s called the Halo Effect. If you’ve ever met someone and instantly disliked him because of his wrinkled shirt or unflattering hairstyle, you’ve experienced the Halo Effect. . These Halo Effect rapid decisions can be positive or negative. . You only have a few seconds to make an awesome first impression and get that positive Halo Effect working in your favor.

What can Hollywood teach you about making your Elearning AWESOME?

eLearning Brothers

Now with the proliferation of digital cinema and insanely capable special effects and CGI tools, filmmakers can create anything on screen with a robust computer and plenty of time and tech skills. No need to make a miniature version of Jabba the Hutt’s desert hovercraft anymore.

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Transitioning from Rollover Objects to HTML5

Adobe Captivate

Button Actions for <Back and Next> buttons use next slide and previous slide. Button Actions for Home and EXIT buttons use GoTo Slide Name. Slide 2 – A Button Reveals the Answer Using Button States: Using States is faster.

Have fun with. While loop

Adobe Captivate

A decision block of type ‘While’ is totally new in version 2017. On entering the Game slide you’ll see two looping animations, with added randomness and a possibility to stop the the looping. Slide setup – preparations. Effects – Characters.

Have fun with. While loop

Adobe Captivate

A decision block of type ‘While’ is totally new in version 2017. On entering the Game slide you’ll see two looping animations, with added randomness and a possibility to stop the the looping. Slide setup – preparations. Effects – Characters.

Captivate 2019 Formatting

Adobe Captivate

I now have a problem where the formatting of my slides has changed substantially and now appear all over the place. But when I run Preview or open the live version there are issues. And when I look at the slide in the published version it is different again.

Built in States for Drag&Drop objects

Adobe Captivate

Less known is the presence of InBuilt states for all objects in a Drag&Drop slide, both for drag sources and for drop targets. The Drag Sources have 5 InBuilt States (see slide 2 in movie). The Drop Targets have 6 InBuilt States (see slide 3 in movie). Intro.

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4 Design Principles that DON’T Live Up to Their Acronym

eLearningArt

The script runs like this: To get started, I’ll put the text on each slide, and build from there. You can apply contrast on a single slide or across slides. Now, compare the starter file to the spiffed-up version shown here: That’s so much better!

Six PowerPoint Add-Ins to Help Educators Create Sleek Slideshows

Raptivity

Here you go: PowerPoint Labs PowerPoint Labs is a wonderful add-in that is aimed at helping users with creating better effects and animations in their slides. It is specifically great for educators or professors, with its neat transitions and zooming effects.

10 Do’s and Don’ts for eLearning Visuals

DigitalChalk eLearning

If you have a complex graphic that is crucial to your course, consider placing it on it’s own slide with the description separately. When possible, avoid complex graphics and go for a simpler version, while still getting the point across.

Top 5 New Features Articulate Storyline 360

B Online Learning

Hooray – a new version Storyline is here and I’m excited! Unlike previous versions, Storyline 360 is now part of a complete eLearning authoring solution known as Articulate 360 and is a definite must have! HTML5 with a Flash backup (the HTML5 version is displayed first).

Tweak that Timeline: 4 easy workflows

Adobe Captivate

The first part ‘Demystifying Captvate’s Timeline’ allowed me to explain the basics without having to rush as was the case in the Adobe Learning Summit at Las Vegas 2017 (watch the interactive version of that presentation in: Captivate’s Timeline ). Intro.

SlideRocket is HOT!

Mark Oehlert

know that this will eventually be a pay service and I hope its reasonable cause this thing is awesome - WARNING - please buy and read Slide:ology by Nancy Duarte before getting all into SlideRocket and using this beautiful tool to create Web-based version of existing PPT crap.

Day 1: Learning outcomes and structure

Good To Great

As well as these high level signposts, take a look at the transitions between each slide or sub-topic. I was interested to see that Craig Taylor made a similar point in relation to Plain English recently, pointing out that sometimes the version which is easier to read is also slightly longer.