How to Create eLearning Using PowerPoint

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Many rapid content authoring tools are either based on or an add-on to PowerPoint (PPT), including: Adobe Captivate, Articulate Presenter, iSpring Presenter, Articulate Presenter, Articulate Storyline, as well as Digitec’s own Direct-to-WEB. Share this on LinkedIn.

e-Learning budgets: Doing more with less

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Create learning content templates with suitable guidelines to help gather pertinent information out of SMEs. For instance, PowerPoint is a tool most SMEs are familiar with and content templates can be developed using this tool.

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Product Review: Microsoft Office Mix add-in for PowerPoint 2013

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On the plus side if you have it, it will work with both 32 bit and PPT 2013 and 64 bit and PPT 2013. You can still add transitions and everything else that exists in PPT while creating your mix.

Summer Course Authoring Tool Rankings – Top Ten

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For #11-#20, I will be posting them in my Linkedin group, “E-Learning 24/7″ Now put on your sunscreen and get ready… It’s not a cruel summer. HTML5 output including a PPT converter to HTML5. Module templates. Templates. Templates.

Product Review – Articulate Storyline 2

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Templates including ones for layout, quizzes. Transitions, Animations, Views – I am fine using it once, but again, new product-new version, so why I am still seeing PowerPoint within this product to such a point, that TAV are exactly the same as in PPT? Templates.

Product Review: Lectora Snap! Empower

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is not the only product which has an issue with a 64 bit Windows computer but in combination with PPT 2010, I’m unaware of any other. Robust feature set – properties, elements, templates, video editing, image editing. Over 100 templates – Some are cool, some are not.

What if….? (E-Learning)

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Use LinkedIn? Here is what will happen if people used the power of their authoring tool (sans Studio, which is really a PPT converter). Templates rule! I am not a fan of templates. I’ve seen game templates that would have rocked during Commodore days or SNES, but not today. Interactive in templates is questionable. So why do folks love course templates? I’m a huge fan of history.

E-Learning Jargon: What you might think it is.well…

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On the other hand, they may use templates, I mean playing “glossary” or “jeopardy” is so awesome – I could play for at least 30 seconds. . Some people might convert their PPT to a video (it can be done) OR they have that production facility and shoot their own high quality videos OR they purchase 3rd party content video courses. As many of you are aware the e-learning world is well known for its jargon.

Product Review: Mindflash.com

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Certification templates. Cannot move slides in the arrange mode – i.e. once you upload the PPT with the slide order, you cannot move say slide #9 to spot #4, rather you have to do this in PPT and then re-upload. Create a certificate (three templates are available). One item that I found very cool with Mindflash is the ability to share the course via Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook and e-mail. I have been following Mindflash since it started as a beta.

Break it down! (No it’s not Hammer Time! Yet)

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Yeah, you can upload word docs, PPT, etc. Actually, I do blame: Vendors who still post RFP templates on their site – which by the way tend to be geared towards themselves. Organizations who recommend the value of RFPs and either have a link to an RFP template or how to do a RFP. Some Linkedin groups who retort to folks asking about RFPs, that they should do a RFP – stop telling them that! During the past 14.5

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LMS Potluck

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The blog will remain E-Learning 24/7 as will my Linkedin group. . The book goes on sale the first week of October and will be an ebook only. As a bonus – buyers will receive my newest LMS RFP template (not available to others at this time), and access into a special site off the blog, with some very cool stuff.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Instructional Design: Whats in a name?

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Hi Cammy, After I commented on your blog (at the top) I posted it on LinkedIn and some interesting discussions have developed in there too in the "Learning, Education and Training Professionals" Group (some of the same comments are posted here). Template by Tina Chen.