ID and e-Learning Links (8/25/14)

Experiencing eLearning

The Ultimate Directory Of Free Image Sources – The Edublogger. Extensive list of sources for free images, many of which are Creative Commons or public domain. tags: images free creativecommons. Freeware application for creating “action mazes” or branching scenarios. tags: freeware e-learning scenarios branching. eLearning Wiki. Wiki by Kevin Wilcoxon with lengthy articles on learning and training.

Stock Photo Image and Other Media Sources

Tony Karrer

Weird - after posting, I just saw a post in my blog reader from HeyJude - Find free images online - my list! 10 Places to Find Free Image FlickrCC - Bigfoto.com offers pictures from around the world, including America, Asia, Europe, Africa, and Pacific. FreeDigitalPhotos.net has over 2000 free images that you can use in commercial and noncommercial work. You are not allowed to sell, redistribute, or claim these images as your own. Transparent an matte images included.

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How to Get Your Training Presentation From Good to Great With Images, Audio, and Video

Mindflash

Adding Images. Browse for the image you want, and then select it. Don’t adjust from the side — that is, unless squishing the image along one axis is the look you are going for. Photo tip (above): Even lacking photos of your own, amateur repositories like and Snapfish and Flickr can be great sources of free images. Photos, sound files and video clips are always great ways to liven up great presentations.

Moodle LMS: Hot Potatoes is Now Free!

The E-Learning Curve

The utility supports a range of question types including: True/False Short Answer Multiple Choice Cloze Test Word Jumble / Crossword Drag and Drop Mix and Match Hot Potatoes allows you to add: Text Images Audio Video Question Timer Web plug-in objects like Flash Player to your web server or LCMS-deployed question tests. Tags: plugin Moodle hot potatoes content development question freeware criterion test

Characters for eLearning

eLearning Blender

Although it can be rather time consuming to edit the points of the vector to get it just the way you want it but it's quicker than drawing the images in Photoshop, Illustrator, or Flash, at least for me it is. I have done this in the past and it was nice to have the flexiblity of asking the person to pose any way you wish rather than struggling with editing points in vector images.

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Top 10 Tools for Rapid eLearning

Rob Hubbard

GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) – fantastically named piece of freeware that works on most operating systems for photo retouching, image composition and authoring. by Tess Robinson, Director, LearningAge Solutions. We’ve put our heads together and come up with our favourite (mostly free) tools for aiding rapid elearning development.

Top 10 eLearning Resources You May Not Have Thought Of

eLearning Brothers

Wink is a freeware for creating tutorials and presentations aimed at instructing how to use software. With E-Learning Authoring Tool, you can add text, images, audio, video, and Flash animations to your courses, which will conform to the SCORM standard. Guest post by Robert Morris. The upswing of the eLearning industry is showing no signs of slowing down.

11 Free Game Creation Software Programs (At least for 30 Days)

Kapp Notes

Panda 3D Image from a game created in Panda3D Panda 3D : Panda3D is a game engine, a framework for 3D rendering and game development for Python and C++ programs. Game Maker comes preloaded with a collection of freeware images and sounds to get you started. Alice Image from creation screen in Alice.

The Role of SDK in eBook Reader Development

Kitaboo

While they aren’t as open as Public Domain licenses, Permissive Licenses are the preferred license for freeware since they don’t come with any security concerns that Public Domain licenses do. What is a Software Development Kit (SDK)?

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Jane Hart’s Top 100 Learning Tools

Jay Cross

I really enjoy using Google to search images. This little freeware tool plays just about any video format you can throw at it. PowerPoint image for Aha! It’s time once again to contribute to Jane Hart’s annual survey of tools for learning. I was the first person to take part in this project some nine years ago and now it’s an annual ritual. It’s enlightening to review what’s best in the toolbox. My top tools for learning are: Experience.