Guest Blogger, Bryan Jones of eLearningArt.com – How to Repurpose Content in under 1 hour

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Goal: Repurpose content for a blog post, quote images, and a video. 6: Create a video in PowerPoint. Now… on with the repurposing tutorial. In the tutorial below, we’re incorporating the following concept from the interview with Margie: The science of evolution and how brain developed. So let’s start creating multiple formats of a single piece of content! Video: A video that highlights what mulitple experts said. Right click, format shape.

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How to Repurpose Content in under 1 hour

eLearningArt

Goal: Repurpose content for a blog post, quote images, and a video. 6: Create a video in PowerPoint. Now… on with the repurposing tutorial. In the tutorial below, we’re incorporating the following concept from the interview with Margie: The science of evolution and how brain developed. So let’s start creating multiple formats of a single piece of content! Video: A video that highlights what mulitple experts said. Right click, format shape.

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