The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

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Asynchronous learning allows learners to train individually, enabling them to complete courses at a time, place and pace that suits them. In terms of eLearning, it means that a learner can take their courses when it suits their schedule. MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). This is an online course aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web. Open source learning platform mostly implemented in education settings. Open Source Software.

10 Low-Cost Ideas for Employee Training

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In terms of pricing, Microsoft PowerPoint (standalone, not including full Microsoft Suite) will cost you about $109, for 1 user (both PC and Mac) in the Microsoft Store, but you can shop around and check out other vendors such as Amazon, Overstock or Office Max/Depot. Screen-cast-o-matic (suited for both Windows & Mac) and CamStudio (only for Windows) are both free. If you think training and development is out of your reach, think again.

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Top 10 Screen Recording Software for Windows

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saves in a variety of formats including AVI, JPG, GIF, and PNG. CamStudio is open source, free software, to create AVI videos of all audio and video activity on your screen. Icecream Screen Recorder boasts an intuitive and easy-to-use interface with a suite of tools and options to use when making screen captures. In addition to recording videos, Camtasia also lets you import HD video into your recording from an external source.

The ULTIMATE Guide to PowerPoint Alternatives

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When purchased under G Suite subscription, Business $10 per month: unlimited cloud storage, smart search, data loss prevention. Keynote is a presentation tool and forms part of Apple’s iWork suite. Libre Office is a free open source suite, compatible with Microsoft Office.

Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide

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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. Once open, you can rename your new Slides doc any time by clicking the Untitled Presentation box in the top left.