Learning Solutions 2022 - Conference Summary #LSCon

Learning Visions

Random stock photography of dogs and chess pieces and whatever weird things the Guild decided they wanted to throw at us. FRIDAY Working with Vendors (Cammy Bean, Kineo) This was a Morning Buzz session I hosted. As I AM on the vendor side, we had a lot to talk about!

Value from Using 3D Graphics in eLearning


Investing in a 3D character guide for content can fall into the gimmick category; often, photography of a real person is much more effective. Alternatively, you could engage an eLearning vendor that can produce the end-to-end product for you. You’ll also need to factor in a strategy for maintenance of 3D components; if using an external vendor, put a maintenance plan in place from the start to avoid surprise costs. Consider 3D Photography Instead.


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10 E Learning Creator Software

Ed App

It provides free and paid stock photography, fonts, illustrations, and templates in just one platform, which helps users easily design visually engaging content – even with little to no knowledge of or experience in graphic design.


Wonderful Brain

Overall, results were measured by the number of courses that made it from a facilitators guide to the LMS at the lowest possible costs measured against production hours, stock photography purchases and additional matter—music or more robust narration for example. Perhaps I thought this whole situation was an anomaly and that most other large firms including learning vendors reserved their higher concepts and critical thinking demands for courseware using Flash and HTML5.

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10 Low-Cost Ideas for Employee Training

The Training by Nelle Blog | Corporate Training and Consulting

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. For the photos in your webinar, you can take your own (make sure you get permission before you start snapping away though) or look to free stock photo sites such as Pixabay, Unsplash, or RawPixel.

Cut the Clip Art Clutter


Much like stock photography, the trick to using clip art well is to keep it styled in a way that reinforces your message. In some cases, your chosen image may be part of a collection for purchase from another vendor, such as iStockPhoto.com. Again, use the keywords field to help narrow your search on the vendor’s site. What is the training slide below telling you?