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Free Stock Photos Sites for e-Learning

eFront

News from the e-learning frontier Pages Home About Community Free e-Learning Resources Contribute to the e-Learning Community 10/24/2010 Free Stock Photos Sites for e-Learning As an e-Learning developer I had to invest a lot of time to find images for my e-Learning projects. As a result, I had to do a research and find the best FREE stock photo sites. Every image is absolutely free, with some more options to buy individual higher resolutions.

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Updated – Multimedia Resources For Your eLearning Projects

Adobe Captivate

I’ve also experienced this when working in an organisation also had similar expectations but no budget for stock photography, background music, or video. Music can be a challenge, but many sites offer free music under a creative commons license. You must attribute the original artist somewhere in your eLearning in the manner in which they require but otherwise, the music can be free to use. For photography, I was fortunate to be a pretty good photographer.

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How to Level Up Your Marketing, Web Design, and Photography with Consultant and Business Coach Jean Perpillant

LifterLMS

Learn how to level up your marketing, web design, and photography with consultant and business coach Jean Perpillant in this LMScast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. The problem is is that I do enjoy photography as a hobby, and so I still have that as a service.

Setting the Mood: Top Tips for Adding Stock Music to Your E-Learning

E-learning Uncovered

It actually generated applause in the middle of the session, and I guarantee that wasn’t due to its cutting-edge custom photography, innovative special effects, or vibrant color scheme! Depending on the source, stock music can be expensive and in a climate in which it’s hard to get any purchases approved, it may be viewed as frivolous. Here are my top tips for finding and working with stock music. A lot of stock photo sites also have music and sound effects.

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Free learning & development webinars for July 2020

Limestone Learning

This month’s crop of free webinars offers plenty of tips for getting the most out of virtual work. Thursday, July 16, 2020, 8AM – 9AM PT: Let’s Never Go Back to Work; Let’s Go Forward to Work (Free for ATD members) For twenty years, we’ve all been talking about the future of work.

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19 Kick-Butt Tools for ELearning

LearnDash

Everyone likes nifty tips, tricks, and tools – so how about 19 of them! Many of them are free! Trello helps you with this, for free! Creative Commons: The never ending search for stock photography – may as well start at the source! Stock Exchange: See a theme yet? Images are in high demand, especially free ones. You can find free ones here. Morguefile is another place to find some pretty sleek free stock images.

Top five tips for designing engaging graphics for e-learning

Saffron Interactive

Read on for our top five tips for achieving this. If the budget is tight, using free software like Google SketchUp can help add new elements to your work. While stock photography can be useful, relying on it entirely can often result in dry and unoriginal work. Check back soon to download these top tips for engaging graphics in e-learning. Tags: Blog Development Top tip e-Learning

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Finding Good Photos for Your eLearning Scenarios

Learning Visions

Friday, October 30, 2009 Finding Good Photos for Your eLearning Scenarios Do you struggle with finding good stock photos to use in your eLearning scenarios? eLearning Art provides royalty free stock photos, images, and other assets to help you create some cool stuff in your own authoring tools. Images and assets aren’t free, but well-priced and worth the investment. Or will you stick with free online stock photos?

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A Guide to Superior eLearning Graphics

Bottom-Line Performance

All too often you find unrelated stock photography , huge chunks of text in awkward places , and mismatched color schemes in eLearning courses. What are some tips you have for anyone looking to start upgrading their visuals? Sometimes learning designers get in the habit of conceptualizing “text and next” courses and then want to just slap a stock image on the screen. I also am not a fan of stock photography when it doesn’t serve a meaningful purpose.

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e-Learning What Not to Do… BuzzFeed Style!

Trivantis

We provide video demos , webinars , suggestions on instructional design books to read, graphic design tips and more. . Cheesy Stock Photos. Uh oh—I think someone forgot to read our “ Be a Stock Photography Model! Camera shy but need stock photo resources? Check out this article: Friday Finds: 5 Free Resources to Spice Up Your e-Learning. For more helpful e-Learning tips, subscribe to the Lectora e-Learning Blog !

The Best of e-Learning in June

Trivantis

Take a look at the top ten articles below, covering everything from mobile design to taking your own stock photos. 6 Tips for Creating Smile-Worthy, User-Friendly e-Learning. Take a look at these tips, and you’ll be grinning too. Be a Stock Photography Model! What do you do when you don’t have the budget for professional photography? Take your own stock photos! Take a look at these tips for designing a successful coaching program.

Rapid Authoring Tips to Tackle Legacy Flash eLearning Content

BrightCarbon

This guide contains lots of helpful tips and tricks, and we’ve divided it into sections so you can work through the process of handling legacy Flash eLearning content from start to finish easily. Rapid rebuilding tips. One free option is JPEXS Free Flash Decompiler.

The Halo Effect: First Impressions for e-Learning

Trivantis

Here are a few tips to help: Tips from a Graphic Designer. Take your own stock photos: Be a Stock Photography Model! Use these tips to create a positive Halo Effect with your text: 5 Tips for Dealing with Distracted and Impatient Learners. Try a free 30 day trial of Lectora® Online, the newest version of this powerful cloud authoring tool. Use these tips and resources to make the best first impression in your e-Learning course!

Maintaining the Cool Factor in E-Learning—Without Blowing Your Budget

ATD Learning Technologies

In an organization that promotes a casual and fun work environment, an e-learning course that looks homemade and features amateur photography can fit right in—in fact, it may even be preferred. Besides cost, another advantage of do-it-yourself photography is the ability to create images that match your particular work environment. Along with images, scour the web for free fonts that can add some visual interest to an e-learning course.

The Halo Effect: First Impressions for e-Learning

Trivantis

Here are a few tips to help: Tips from a Graphic Designer. . Take your own stock photos: Be a Stock Photography Model! . Use these tips to create a positive Halo Effect with your text: 5 Tips for Dealing with Distracted and Impatient Learners. Try a free 30 day trial of Lectora® Online, the newest version of this powerful cloud authoring tool. Use these tips and resources to make the best first impression in your e-Learning course!

The Power of Your Network | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

In Malcom Gladwell’s book, The Tipping Point , Gladwell introduces several influential personality types, one of which is the Connector – an individual who knows large numbers of people and is in the habit of making introductions. Helpful Tips for “Natural” Networkers Try strengthening your existing network by making more connections. Helpful Tips for “Growing” Networkers Try attending more events, which forces you to meet new people. What are your favorite tips and tools?

Make Learning An Experience. Blend It! | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

5 Tips for Creating Better Blended Experiences Remember “Transition to e-Learning” Development Tools. Please feel free to post your suggestions! Outside of work I enjoy several hobbies including camping, travel and photography. Some of my photography can be seen in local art galleries and online through National Geographic image stock.

Moving from Teacher to Facilitator | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Tips for facilitating Here are a few tips you can use in a physical classroom, during synchronous online sessions, and even (with a little adaptation) with asynchronous applications: Begin by asking questions. Outside of work I enjoy several hobbies including camping, travel and photography. Some of my photography can be seen in local art galleries and online through National Geographic image stock.

The Season’s Top 10 e-Learning Picks: Summer

Trivantis

The Lectora writers Stephanie Ivec and I even found time to research and write about some cool e-Learning topics, plus share a few guest posts with great development tips. Be a Stock Photography Model! We have our modeling debut, while showing you how to take your own stock photos. Lectora developer Tim Kindberg shares tips on using CSS to style a Lectora course. Become an e-Learning Rockstar with Free Templates.

Maintaining the Cool Factor in E-Learning—Without Blowing Your Budget

ATD Learning Technologies

In an organization that promotes a casual and fun work environment, an e-learning course that looks homemade and features amateur photography can fit right in—in fact, it may even be preferred. Besides cost, another advantage of do-it-yourself photography is the ability to create images that match your particular work environment. Along with images, scour the web for free fonts that can add some visual interest to an e-learning course.

How to Create Step-By-Step Instructions Using Visuals

TechSmith Camtasia

These can be stock photographs or photos you’ve taken. Feel free to use a mix of mediums with your writing. There are a variety of free and premium stock photography websites which have videos, GIFs, and still photos to be used at your discretion. Share your tips in the comments below! Tips & How To'sThere are some tutorials that require more than text to be understood by readers.

Cut the Clip Art Clutter

Mindflash

Now you’re free to critique my uninspired writing instead of focusing on my use of clashing clip art! Much like stock photography, the trick to using clip art well is to keep it styled in a way that reinforces your message. But there are some tips to keep in mind for locating and using clip art images that differ from those we use for photographs. Share your tips with the community by clicking on the comments link. What is the training slide below telling you?

How to Get More Website Traffic and Conversions through Better Messaging, Positioning, Landing Page Optimization, Multi Channel Marketing, and PPC with Pedro Cortés

LifterLMS

This may include signing up for a free ebook or hopping on a consultation call. You can book a free strategy session with Pedro there to jump on a call and analyze your problems and your goals to see if it is a good fit to work together. If you have any questions for Pedro, you can also feel free to email him here. Then it’s like accountants don’t want to scale their team so they can free up their time and scale to 50K a month. So, you get free referrals.

How to Build WordPress LMS Websites for Schools, Camps, Enrichment Programs, and Nonprofits with Tara Claeys

LifterLMS

Tara Claeys: It’s been a really freeing experience because I can choose what I want to do. So I think in that way, I mean, I love working with the photography of happy kids and that type of thing.

L&D Toolbox for February 2021

Mike Taylor

It is time once again for my newish monthly roundup of the apps, tool and tips that I’ve uncovered over the course of the past month to help you #WorkSmarter and more efficiently. These come from my daily “L&D Toolbox” newsletter which you can find and subscribe to here for free. Penpot – Design Freedom for Teams — A free open-source solution for design and prototyping. Sign up for free and choose from 1000+ infographic templates. Try Piktochart for free!

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Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide

BrightCarbon

Is Google Slides free? Is Google Slides free? Google Slides is free to use (along with other G Suite offerings such as Docs, Drive, Sheets and more) as long as you have a Google account – which is also free. Whilst companies using G Suite can upgrade to a paid version with more business functionality, for the individual user the free version offers all the tools they’re likely to need. We’ve got some more advanced tips for editing text below!