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Product Review: Lectora Snap! Empower

eLearning 24-7

Lectora’s Snap! Lectora Snap! Empower on the other hand does work, since it is a self-contained product and does not directly go into PowerPoint 2010 (but you can upload PowerPoint slides into it). rather than the “slides” thing – which I hate.

Keynote Resources from #LUC2017

Kapp Notes

The Lectora 2017 Users Conference promises to be an exciting and engaging event. Here are the slides from my keynote (but no peaking until it’s over). What we missed on the mission is provide in the information below (and in the slides above). Design Games

April 2016 #Obsidianchat Summary

Obsidian Learning

E.g. simulations, social learning, gaming, mentoring. Lectora [link]. briandusablon said that “It made me restructure a branched course in Storyline because I wanted to know user path – only by slide title.

How to Create a Leaderboard for eLearning with Google

eLearning Brothers

It is not enough just to add a game to your course. We need a way to make it social. If you are familiar with JavaScript and feel adventurous you can adapt this to work for Captivate, Lectora, HTML5, etc. And get the score from a game or interaction. “Gamification.”

Google 101

DevLearn, Reflected #dl10

Learning Visions

A smattering of keynotes and sessions When you’re exhibiting in the expo it’s a bit hard to partake in many sessions, but I did get to jump into some of the keynotes: really great stuff by John Seely Brown ( my blog attempt here ), Byron Reeves on Engagement and Marcia Connors on the new social learning. Couldn’t stay but will definitely look for their slide deck. His slides should be up soon on the DevLearn site.

How to MOOC: Bite-Sized Content

Your Training Edge

In MOOCs, content delivery can take many forms, including videos, documents, slide shows, audio podcasts, whiteboard animations, and even live virtual webinars with real-time commenting and participation. In a recent blog on the Lectora site, elearning and social media expert Kristen Marshall identified 10 components of online courses that can easily be presented in bite-sized chunks: Videos. Games.

52 eLearning Experts Share their Best Tip for Creating Engaging eLearning

eLearningArt

He is well known for his books , courses, writing, consulting, and talks on interactive learning, games, and gamification. Having content pushed on us in the form of bullets and slides is clicking boring. Don’t just start loading content onto slides.

State of the E-Learning Industry 2017

eLearning 24-7

Social learning tools (not the same as a Social Learning Platform). I did not include PowerPoint or Slide tools that can be seen online. Because, that is a stretch to slide them (no pun intended) into the e-learning space, just because they are online. . LMS and subsets including Video Learning Platforms, Knowledge Management Platforms, Social Learning Platforms; Learning Platforms, Sales Enablement Platforms. Social Learning Platforms. Lectora Online.

Top 5 LMSs for 2017

eLearning 24-7

Maybe it is forward thinking or mobile, social, gamification, analytics or reports. While it does slide into the UX/UI, it has components that stand alone. Within the features piece, I look at mobile, social, gamification BUT also look at the newbies showing up – deep learning, content curation, coaching/social mentoring, video (inc. Having social, some form of it. Social Playlist? Enhancements to social and mobile coming in 2017.

Top 5 LMSs for 2017

eLearning 24-7

Maybe it is forward thinking or mobile, social, gamification, analytics or reports. While it does slide into the UX/UI, it has components that stand alone. Within the features piece, I look at mobile, social, gamification BUT also look at the newbies showing up – deep learning, content curation, coaching/social mentoring, video (inc. Having social, some form of it. Social Playlist? Enhancements to social and mobile coming in 2017.

New E-Learning Rankings: Authoring Tools

eLearning 24-7

I’m not a lead gen for the vendors listed – rather the goal is to provide you with vendors that meet numerous criteria including UI, features, support/service, mobile, feedback from current and past clients and future game plans. Lectora on the list? Everyone loves lists.

State of the Authoring Tool Industry

eLearning 24-7

The other huge issue is that the course terms of chapter-page-lesson/scenario and so forth has turned into “slides” As an added bonus, some products do not enable folks to have a TOC or even push or mention of it. Layout screen – slides or whatever you wish to call them on the left side, the building of the course in the middle. I’ve seen a few vendors offer the “hierarchy” option rather than the slide look on the left side.

Free L&D webinars for September 2018

Limestone Learning

How to add Fluid Boxes to the slides. You’ll also look at specific examples of accessible courses built with Storyline, Lectora, and Captivate. It also explores layout, ways to communicate with design, and opportunities to go beyond the slide. This is a game changer!

Tips for Small L&D Departments: An Interview with Emily Wood

Convergence Training

This morning I was talking to JD Dillon from Learn Geek, and he gave me a slide of like 25 names and said “These are the people to call” and then it was like a list of why you call them.

2014 Authoring Tools – State of Affairs

eLearning 24-7

Use of the term “slides” to represent pages. Social – Snooze. Gaming courses – Yes, actual gaming courses and not those lame Jeopardy ones or 20,000 Pyramid (great if you grew up in the 70′s, but today?). I hope they succeed – because it would be a major game changer (no pun intended). BTW, gaming is not the same as gamification. I’ve been reading a lot about the color green.

LIVE BLOG - Craig Weiss 'eLearning 2020' Seminar

Unicorn Training

If want to do something with 30 slides is that really going to work on a phone? Colloboration/social media & MOOCs and the future of learning Social media in business - 3 types of software people use Bloomfire, YaMma, Needs buy in from top - if CEO does it people follow. Social media is really good for company relations but not traditional eLearning as can't be quantified. Game mechanics couldn't do in authoring. Learning games are really awful!