Course Enrollment QR Codes: Scan. Click. Train.

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Course Enrollment QR Codes: Scan. Click. Train.

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Acrobat 9: Scanning into a PDF Portfolio

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Select Custom Scan. Click the Scan button and Acrobat will ask you for a file name (if you are appending a PDF Portfolio). The scanning process progresses and, when complete, the target portfolio will be opened automatically with the newly-scanned document included. The topic was Scanning and OCR in Acrobat 9. This one-hour eSeminar is available for viewing online and covers this and other amazing scanning and OCR capabilities of Acrobat 9.

Learning Thursday #6: Track Classroom Attendance Using a Scan Gun (Includes Video)

Adobe Captivate

Some learning technology platforms provide QR codes that a learner can scan to receive credit for completing a course. Having learners scan a QR code is probably the most efficient way of marking course completion because the learner is able to do it themselves. The instructor uses a scan gun to scan learners’ badges into an LMS import spreadsheet, which is later uploaded into the learning management system to update learners’ transcripts.

QR Codes – Short-Lived Fad or Long Term Solution?

Integrated Learnings

Below is a QR code that you can scan to jump directly to the Integrated Learnings website. eLearning – In a web-based course, QR codes can be presented on your pages for easy scanning to access websites via a smartphone or tablet, or to obtain documents stored on a server. However, you would be able to use a QR code on the computer or printed material for that mobile device to scan and access the mLearning course itself.

Applying Usability Techniques to eLearning Documents

Integrated Learnings

Scan pages? The answers to these questions will help you to determine visual cues to use to guide learners to scan for information, such as: o Meaningful link labeling. Is the document easy to scan to find needed information or do learners have to scroll through much information to find it? Instructional Design Usability scan online document link labeling eLearning call centerBy Donna Bryant.

Next generation learning

Learning with 'e's

Here we begin to think not only of voice activated, gestural controlled interfaces, but we also need to start considering biometric recognition systems such as retinal scanning, facial recognition and even directly implanted devices that allow us to control our devices merely by thinking (see the table below). retinal scan learning biometrics 3D non-touch interface Web 2.0

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Hiring Women in 1943. You Go, Girl!

Learning Visions

A client sent this scanned page to me this morning. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Wednesday, April 02, 2008 Hiring Women in 1943. You Go, Girl! This has very little to do with eLearning - although Im sure those of you with a creative mindset could think of something! Its certainly good for a laugh on a busy morning.

5 Best TED Talks for Learning and Development

Wisetail

We arranged a handful of TED Talks that build toward a cohesive whole—something you can scan and glean some ideas or techniques to bring into your daily work as an L&D pro. The post 5 Best TED Talks for Learning and Development appeared first on Wisetail LMS. All L&D Best Practices

An 8-Step Guide to Digitization for Book Publishers

Kitaboo

Destructive book scanning. In this method, the book has to be unbound and then scanned one sheet at a time. The loose papers are then fed into the document feeder for scanning. Non-destructive book scanning. Here, the book to scan is not unbound.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Web Usability

Learning Visions

Thursday, June 01, 2006 Web Usability A recent study by usability expert Jakob Nielsen about how people read (or rather scan) websites: [link] Posted by Cammy Bean at 1:49 PM 0comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Cammy Bean Greater Boston, MA, United States View my complete profile About This Blog Subscribe in a reader Subscribe via email Are you an Instructional Designer?

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Must reads from July 2014

Jane Hart

I can’t read them all from beginning to end, so I scan the headlines for those that are “clickworthy”, then I skim those articles to see if they contain anything of real value for me, and if so, I go back and […]. Every day I receive hundreds of new posts and articles in my Feedly stream.

An 8-Step Guide to Digitization for Book Publishers

Kitaboo

Destructive book scanning. In this method, the book has to be unbound and then scanned one sheet at a time. The loose papers are then fed into the document feeder for scanning. Non-destructive book scanning. Here, the book to scan is not unbound.

Moving to a New URL

Experiencing eLearning

I also have a brand new magazine-style theme that makes it easier to scan post excerpts and images. I have migrated my blog to christytuckerlearning.com. I had been at christytucker.wordpress.com since 2006, but it’s time to move to my own site where I have more control. One change will be the permalink structure. Instead of the old /year/month/date/title structure, I’m now able to just use the /title/ of the post.

Low-end tools: QR codes and SMS text messaging

Bottom-Line Performance

By scanning the code with the reader, you can quickly link to information. By scanning each QR code as the new-hires travel around a work site, they get facts, history, and context about different functions and people within the company. • For patient support once a piece of home health equipment goes home, place a QR code on the equipment so the patient can scan the code and access educational materials from a website. •

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Here Be Dragons – 4 Ways to Avoid the fMRI Trap

Learningtogo

In the almost 30 years since its discovery, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) scans have become the tool of choice for people who study the brain. While fMRI is a powerful new tool, the way we are using it is also problematic. Featured LearningToGo Blog

Our Favorite L&D Links this Month (March)

Wisetail

Here at Wisetail, we’re always scanning the LMS landscape for new ideas, tips & tricks, content masterpieces and groundbreaking best practices. These are our favorite Learning and Development links this month. Learn more. The post Our Favorite L&D Links this Month (March) appeared first on Wisetail. All LMS Best Practices

5 Ways to Use Augmented Reality in the Classroom

LearnDash

Marker-based uses: Marker-based AR applications are ones that can recognize or scan an object using the phone’s camera. For instance, they may scan a QR code, or they may identify features on a model or manikin. They use their phones or tablets to scan the model, and the screen displays information about the bones, muscles, organs, and connective tissue. What if learners could add course content by scanning and tagging items in the real world?

Webinar: The Principles Behind Designing Visual Hierarchy

eLearning Brothers

During the webinar, Stacey also talked about the different scan patterns that people’s eyes take when they’re skimming a website or article to decide if they want to read it or not. You can use these patterns and your visual hierarchy to design a more intriguing eLearning slide that places your most compelling info where people will see it during a quick scan. What is visual hierarchy?

HoloLens is helping surgeons work together across the world

CraneMorley

Surgeons can pull CT scans and enlarge scans based on their needs. Before holograms doctors were limited to a few images on a computer screen, but now they have holograms that show different angles of x-rays and scans. Back to Blog Page.

The Role of OCR Converters in Digital Publishing

Hurix Digital

The source of conversion can be a photo, text within a photo, scanned document or any text superimposed on an image. The document to be digitized is first scanned using a digital camera or scanner. Book scanning. What is an OCR tool?

Into The Age of the Smart Things

KnowledgeStar

Refrigerators that scan bar codes and tell us what we have, which items we need, send shopping lists to our networked printers and suggest It’s almost a New Year – 2013 – and already the Next Big Thing is upon us. Actually that’s ironic since the Next Big Thing is all about things, Smart Things.

3 Strategies for Prioritizing Your Own Learning Needs

InSync Training

How many times have you scanned through a learning blog and thought “I’d like to learn more about that.” As learning and training professionals, our job is to continually think about the learning needs of others. It can be tough to make time for our own learning, yet we know that our own professional growth depends on it, and we crave it. And then what happens? Nothing. We get caught up in all our to dos and requests from other people, and we don’t carve out time for our own learning.

Must-have skills for User Experience (UX) design in eLearning

eFront

Scan, scan, scan. Another important discovery in terms of UX design in eLearning is that learners will scan the content more than they will read it. The hype about User Experience (UX) design skills is not at all exaggerated. The good news is that anyone with eLearning development skills can train to improve their UX strategies. UX designers have a deeper understanding of user – technology interaction preferences.

The Age of the Smart Things

KnowledgeStar

Refrigerators that scan bar codes and tell us what we have, which items we need, send shopping lists to our networked printers and suggest It’s almost a New Year – 2011 – and already the Next Big Thing is upon us. Actually that’s ironic since the Next Big Thing is all about things, Smart Things.

How to Convert Textbooks to Digital Content in Easy Steps

Kitaboo

Put your papers, one by one, into the feeder and scan them from beginning to end. . Step 4 – Save the scanned file as a PDF or convert it into an ebook by using open source software. Scan with a Device. The quality of scans can sometimes be questionable.

Writing Effective eLearning Narration: Making It Easy to Read, Say, and Comprehend

Association eLearning

Commas allow the narrator to catch a breath, give the learner a visual checkpoint while they’re scanning the CC text, and keep the ideas small enough so that the learner can keep up with and understand the concepts as they’re being presented. Many courses rely upon voiceover to help connect with their learners. This is a solid approach and, when used well, can make for great learning experiences.

How Can Image Recognition Benefit Your Augmented Reality Program?

Roundtable Learning

AR image recognition typically uses an AR app where learners scan real-world 2D images and overlay 2D video, text, pictures, or 3D objects on it. . Learners scan real-world images with ease, approach images from different angles, and walk up close to overlaid digital elements.

How to Use QR Codes in Corporate Training

Bottom-Line Performance

Or maybe you have noticed them slapped on billboards that you could not possibly have time to stop and scan. They can be easily generated using numerous free online services and easily scanned with one of many free QR readers out there. It’s an interactive scavenger hunt through the library where you will have the opportunity to scan QR Codes and reveal the next clue. Most of us think of QR codes as that goofy looking bar code in the bottom corner of advertisements.

Use LearnDash in ANY Language

LearnDash

That will scan your plugin files looking for texts. When Codestyling Localization scan your files search for that function and put all the texts in the.po One of the great things about WordPress is that it is used by different cultures all over the world. That being the case, there is a real need for the themes and plugins to be internationalized so that they can be easily translated to other languages.

Podcast: Elizabeth Jameson – Intersection of Art and Science

Learningtogo

Undergoing numerous brain scans to track the progression of the disease, she developed a deep fascination with the architecture of the brain. Elizabeth reinterprets these frightening yet mesmerizing images, using her own brain scans to describe the ever-changing experience of living with a progressive disease, with the goal of expanding the visual language of illness. Elizabeth Jameson is an artist who specializes in the intersection of art and science.

eLearning: Google Goggles Update

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

My feeling at the time was that in the right environment, Google Goggles could be used to scan images in real time and receive just-in-time learning on the go. This means you can scan the room for objects and get instant Google searches on them without actually having to press the shutter button. With Google Goggles, just scan part of the text  and, if there is an online version, Google will find it, allowing you to link to it for all to see.

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Points of inflection

Clark Quinn

And, of course, I’m still available to help as I’ve worked with others, whether providing workshops to help your team get on board, coaching you individually, or helping to do an environmental scan and strategic planning.

Let’s Talk Scenarios! Bryan chats with Anna Sabramowicz

eLearningArt

I think watching the whole interview is great … but, if you’re short on time, scan the topics below and jump to the section that interests you most: How I got started in eLearning – I’m an accidental instructional designer, too. ( Advice, tips, and surprising reveals! I had the recent good fortune of sitting down with the great Anna Sabramowicz, whose master-level eLearning-scenario building skills I’ve admired for years.

The happy selfscanner: lessons about introducing new technologies

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

Yet I've thrown myself into the self-scan adventure because it seemed a good experience. The first day after the opening as self-scan supermarket there was immediately a girl at the entrance who invited me to try out self-scanning. There was no code to scan on the banana. For the rest it was easy enought, although I felt quite stupid with such a large scanning device in hand. I also did not feel that the self-scan had saved me time the first time.

What Happens in the Brain When You learn a Language?

Your Training Edge

For comparison purposes, the scientists took MRI scans of medical students at a local university. After 3 months, MRI scans of both groups were taken and surprise, the brain sizes of the medical students remained constant. For the military recruits, scans showed growth in several parts of their brains including the hippocampus and cerebral cortex. In recent times, more people are learning new languages than ever before.

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What I wish I’d learned in school

Clark Quinn

the SCANS competencies beyond the basic skills). I was asked, somewhat out of the blue, what I wish I’d learned in school, and I thought it an interesting question. I also thought it worth putting out to a slightly broader audience. So, here’re some off-the-cuff thoughts about what I wish I’d learned in school: meta-cognitive and meta-learning skills (e.g. that it is ok to fail, and that persistence and effort is as much a part of learning as achievement.