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Five Steps to Seeing the Big Picture of Microlearning

Allen Interactions

On the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) personality inventory, I scored very highly in “N” (Intuition), which means that I see the big picture first and then the details. By Linda Rening, PhD, Senior Instructional Designer. It doesn’t matter what assessment I do, because a common theme always emerges. That may seem like a good thing until I’m so busy walking through the forest that I don’t see the tree right in front of me.). microlearning

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Illustrated People Pictures

eLearning Brothers

Here are some samples: eLearning People Pictures Products/Reviews illustrated peopleNeed some illustrated people for your next training course? We have just released packs of characters with transparent backgrounds. Just insert them into your course and you’re ready to go. Each pack includes: 45 poses.png files with transparent, cutout backgrounds. Dimensions: 1200×700 (may vary slightly). Individual file size: 100 KB (may vary slightly).

Picture of the Week

ProProfs

Picture of the Week. Which picture can be the new WEEKS PICTURE? Picture of the Week #1. What picture should be Photo of the Week? Picture of the week favorite. The real picture of the Mona Lisa is of grea. Tweet. Powered by. online polls. Remove Ad. Related Polls. Create your own poll

The Triple Bottom Line of Learning

Speaker: Jerry Zandstra, Co-Founder, Inno-Versity, and Miriam Taylor, Chief Learning Strategist, Inno-Versity

Traditional return on investment (ROI), while a long standing and important concept in the business world, often falls flat when it comes to showing the full picture of a learning initiative. Join experts from Inno-Versity as they propose a new model for finding the ROI of learning, and learn how to make your learning valuable for everyone involved.

Virtual Classroom Facilitator Competencies: The Big Picture

InSync Training

In this YouTube video, Jennifer Hofmann defines the five “big picture” competencies included in the model. Developed by InSync Training, the Virtual Facilitator Competency Model defines the skills virtual facilitators need to create virtual learning experiences that meet or exceed outcomes expected in traditional face-to-face learning programs. Virtual Classroom - Facilitation InSync Videos

Picture Your Time Management: Read This and Make It So

Your Training Edge

Time management is one of the biggest issues for a student. They lack time management and feel depressed when they don’t achieve good results. Managing time is important because it helps to pay special attention to studies, and manage their day to day life with better accuracy. It helps to prioritize assignments and daily tasks so that a student can concentrate properly on studies, and maintain a study to free time ratio. .

Picture This: Selfie Videos Can Help You Master Virtual Selling

Allego

The post Picture This: Selfie Videos Can Help You Master Virtual Selling appeared first on Allego. When was the last time you recorded a selfie video? On vacation? Goofing off in the backyard? Concocting a new recipe in the kitchen? We use video all the time in our personal lives.

How to compress PowerPoint presentations and reduce picture file size

BrightCarbon

Did you know PowerPoint has a built-in picture and video compression tool? Images: Select a picture on any slide and go to the Picture Tools Format tab on the ribbon. Choose Compress Pictures in the top left corner: the pop-up box shows you the resolution options you have for the image. When you open it up in PowerPoint your picture will have been replaced by a white box with a red cross in it. Method 3: Reducing picture resolution in PowerPoint.

Do we see the whole picture?

Technology Enhanced Learning Blog

I came across this story on LinkedIn last week, and it was shared again this, so I thought I’d share it here too. I think it’s an important lesson for us as learning designers and/or learning technologists, as it shows how a different perspective can highlight a massive change in outcome, possibly a fundamental and ‘dangerous’ oversight if we get it wrong.

Return on Learning from Every Angle: ROI and the Triple Bottom Line of Learning

Speaker: Lonna Jobson, Instructional Design Team Lead, Inno-Versity, and Miriam Taylor, Chief Learning Strategist, Inno-Versity

Accurately reporting the Return on Learning for an eLearning program is more complex than a traditional ROI calculation can convey. To get a full picture that goes beyond financial gains, you need to incorporate the perspectives of the Triple Bottom Line of Learning (TBLL) and what is important to each party involved: the C-suite, the learning team, and the learners. Join Miriam Taylor, Chief Learning Strategist at Inno-Versity, and Lonna Jobson, Instructional Design Team Lead of Inno-Versity, as they conclude this series by highlighting key strategies and techniques to help you compile a TBLL Report for your next learning initiative.

PowerPoint 2010: Turn Off Picture Compression

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  Here is how to turn off picture compression: In PowerPoint, choose  File > Options  to open the PowerPoint Options dialog box. by AJ George  You may not realize it but PowerPoint is lowering the quality of the images in your presentations. By default, PowerPoint is set to compress the images in your files. In  In most cases compressing the images is a good idea because smaller images mean smaller overall presentations.

Create a 3-D Style Hex Tile Picture In PowerPoint

Adobe Captivate

I am using PowerPoint with an Office 365 subscription here and a picture of a sunflower that I took at my in-laws place. The post Create a 3-D Style Hex Tile Picture In PowerPoint appeared first on eLearning. Image Media Videos 3d image media pictures PowerPoint Shapes videosIn this video, I thought I would share something that I always enjoy playing around with… Filling shapes with images and playing around with the 3-D elements to create some fun graphics.

Pictures From Berlin (#oeb18)

Patti Shank

Here’s a picture from the debate. They asked to take a picture with me and I clearly needed to stand on a chair so I didn’t look child-sized. The picture belongs to Tomasz Jankowski (Twitter: jankowskit), who is on the left. The person on the right of the picture is Bartlomiej Polakowski (twitter: @b_polakowski), a long-time twitter friend.

Picture perfect

Saffron Interactive

The post Picture perfect appeared first on Saffron Interactive. Click. Enter. Double click. Voila!!! Who would’ve thought that the pace of our daily lives would be dictated by these small words? Everything happens through the click of a mouse. Blog Design eLearning

3 Tips to Measure and Analyze the ROI of your Custom eLearning Solution

Providing engaging and relevant eLearning for your learners can be a sizable investment. How do you measure both the quantitative and qualitative results of your efforts? These 3 tips show you how to do a big picture analysis so you can give a full account on your next eLearning project.

Takeing Pictures for eLearning

eLearning Brothers

There are many times when I need pictures of a person in multiple poses. It is really nice to have a library of “people poses&#. I’ve have used iStock to purchase some and we’ve also made my own. Here are some tips to create your own: The Spicy Learning Blog – Top five tips for running a successful photo shoot. Here are some People Poses that we’ve created.

Filling a button with a picture.

Adobe Captivate

What you will learn: how to insert a picture into a smart shape. The color doesn’t matter, You are going to fill it with your picture in a while. Find the folder with the desired picture. If you want just a picture, use png. Now the picture you chose will open in an editing panel where you can make some corrections. If you are still unsure, look at the picture below. Now, adjust the size of the picture. Introduction.

How to Remove the Background From a Picture

TechSmith Camtasia

How to remove make a picture background transparent. The post How to Remove the Background From a Picture appeared first on TechSmith Blog. The other day, I was working on a presentation. I was trying to come up with a way to add a logo and few icons into PowerPoint. But there was a problem. The images all had different background colors, and I needed them to all have a uniform look. Maybe you’ve been there too.

Using People Pictures in eLearning

eLearning Brothers

Sometimes it is very effective to add people pictures to your online courses. Below are a few simple examples and layouts for using cut-out people pictures in eLearning. The pictures are copied into PowerPoint using pre-build eLearning course styles. (A They could be used as a guide/narrator that directs the learner through the course or you could use people to create scenarios and graphics.

Leveraging Training to Go Beyond with Sales Enablement

Speaker: Matthew Hawk, VP of Instructional Design and Training Delivery, Synchrony

Whether you’re pitching a new training program, improving your onboarding process, or working to move a key metric, the trick is to optimize content creation and deployment for maximum results. In this webinar, Matthew Hawk, VP of Instructional Design & Training Delivery at Synchrony, will lay out a schematic for Sales Enablement, and demonstrate where training should fit in your overall strategy.

Apple missing the small picture

Clark Quinn

I’ve previously discussed the fight between Apple and Adobe about Flash (e.g. here ), but I had a realization that I think is important. What I was talking about before was the potential to create a market place beyond text, graphics, and media, and to start capitalizing on learning interactivity. What was needed was a cross-platform capability. Which Apple is blocking, for interactivity. Apple allows cross-platform media players, whether hyperdocs (c.f.

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A Picture Really Is (Usually) Worth a Thousand Words

Learning Solutions Magazine

A Picture Really Is (Usually) Worth a Thousand Words. jane-bozarth. Tue, 09/04/2018 - 01:00

The picture test for e-learning

QuoDeck

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PowerPoint 2010: Change the Picture, Keep the Animation

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

From the Ribbon, select Picture Tools Format > Adjust > Change Picture. Note: You can also right-click the image and choose Change Picture.). From the Insert Picture dialog box, you will be able to select the new picture. by AJ George. You've just completed a very slick PowerPoint presentation. On one slide you have an image fade in. After it fades in, it pulses for emphasis. After it pulses, text appears above.

12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

Google AI Blog (2014), ‘A picture is worth a thousand (coherent) words: building a natural description of images’ 4 Give Your Video. parts of a picture to discover more information. headquarters in the country where the learner is, you should be able to change that picture to show.

Make a responsive splash screen with several pictures

Adobe Captivate

The picture used in this demonstration worked with all the screen sizes but wasn’t responsive. I hadn’t explained it because it wasn’t the objective to make a Css lesson in this video, but for people interested, here is the step by step process to make a responsive splash screen with several pictures. So replace your current picture by a picture that is 1px wide and high in a transparent format. The aim is to put an invisible picture to replace yours.

ASTD TechKnowledge Wrap Up in Pictures #ASTDTK12

Learning Visions

Here are some other highlights of the conference, in pictures: Talking authoring tools and HTML5 at TK Chat with Dave Anderson of Articulate, Patrick Krekelberg of Allen Interactions, Thomas Toth and Judy Unrein. Perhaps a picture of the way things will be? Back home now after another exciting week in Las Vegas for ASTD’s TechKnowledge 2012 conference and expo. (I I took a redeye home Friday night and then went camping with my son’s cub scout pack Saturday night. Crazy, I know.).

Top 5 Ways to Make Astonishing Blog Pictures with Snagit

TechSmith Camtasia

Here are 5 tips to create amazing pictures for you blog with Snagit. Snagit lets you easily choose what part of the screen you want to save, thus you’ll get a great picture without any unnecessary parts. 3) Resize big pictures. With a poor Internet connection or tiny cellular data plan, huge pictures take ages to load. If you have a custom-made site, you can create a small version of a picture that will open to a big screenshot when clicked on.

Sony Pictures’ Martin Lowery

CLO Magazine

Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Lowery has brought traditional and experiential development initiatives to bear in a creative industry that is largely unfamiliar with many of the players in learning. “A great deal of our energy within Sony Pictures Entertainment is to look more broadly — for example, Google, Amazon, Netflix are great partners for the studios, but they are also creating content, so are potentially competitors, too.

Developing a Results Driven Curriculum

picture of the costs of. you have a complete picture. Begin with the big picture. developing the big picture—or what. picture of the learning journey and how the pieces will. envision the big picture journey. You have the big picture and now it’s.

In Vendor Selection, See the Big Picture

InsiderHub

Approaching vendor selection from the standpoint of “we need a better solution that fits our values and vision as a company” allows one to view the big picture. The post In Vendor Selection, See the Big Picture appeared first on Collect My Thoughts. The vendor selection process is never as easy or as simple as it should be.

Screencast of the Week - Picture-in-Picture for Whiteboard Recordings!

TechSmith Camtasia

And, the Picture-In-Picture (PIP) option in Camtasia makes screencasts lively and shows off the presenter's personality. There are a couple elements that can make screencasts interesting and engaging. Motion from drawing on the screen with something like a Tablet PC or Wacom tablet make a screencast dynamic and can focus viewers attention. Typically PIP usually shows a webcam recording or sometimes an image.

Using People Pictures in eLearning

eLearning Brothers

Sometimes it is very effective to add people pictures to your online courses. Below are a few simple examples and layouts for using cut-out people pictures in eLearning. The pictures are copied into PowerPoint using pre-build eLearning course styles. (A They could be used as a guide/narrator that directs the learner through the course or you could use people to create scenarios and graphics.

A Picture is Worth 1,000 Questions

TechSmith Camtasia

Today, as I read Diane Quirk’s review of Ask3 , it dawned on me how you might begin engaging iPad students in a discussion with a simple picture using Ask3. For example: You can send this picture to your students with a question like “ thoughts ?” ” Or like, Dan Meyer and his 101Qs approach, you can simply present the picture and let curiosity flow. The post A Picture is Worth 1,000 Questions appeared first on TechSmith Blogs.

Understand the 'Big Picture' of Cross-Cultural Learning Initiatives

Caveo Learning

To ensure success of a cross-cultural learning program, it's necessary to understand the "big picture" by analyzing all the external and internal obstacles that could impact the initiative. The big-picture approach is required in detail where soft skills, sales, service, leadership programs, or any subject matter that could have an impact on personality traits, cultural beliefs and systems, and the general ways of working within that environment.

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