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E-Learning For Newbies

learned how to use authoring tools, created some asynch courses, developed curriculum, blended learning solutions for tech training. Felt like crying frequently due to some steep learning curves. learned how to train online by using an online learning platform (WebEx) by screwing up multiple times and attending a lot of other peoples training

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Learning Theory Archives

Online training can be used as outreach. Two examples (out of a multitude) are disasterready.org’s safety courses and courses on cyber security offered by FEMA. But elearning as outreach faces special challenges. [Read more…]

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ELearning Terms Glossary

Learning in which interaction between instructors and students occurs intermittently with a time delay. Examples are self-paced courses taken via the Internet or CD-ROM, Q&A mentoring, online discussion groups, and email. Authoring Tool A software application or program used by trainers and instructional designers to create e-learning courseware.

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Drastically Reduce The Size Of Your Training By Offloading

It’s common sense that courses can run more smoothly when they’re not packed with heavy content, but is there a way to retain all of your rich media—like videos—without straining the course? As it turns out, you can offload all of your videos onto YouTube and insert the embed codes into your courses

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Clark Quinn On Revolutionizing Learning And Development

Today we are honored to interview one of the learning industry’s legends, Dr. Clark Quinn. Clark is a renowned author and speaker. We are excited to have him speaking at E-Learning Symposium 2015 (his topic The Learning & Development Revolution We Need to Have).. Clark is also giving a workshop at ELS 2015 that will help transform your L&D strategy (Revolutionizing Learning and Development

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Workshop: Mastering E-Learning Project Management

She offers monthly webinars and has authored courses for Villanova University, Nielsen, Elluminate and ASTD. Lou serves on the board of directors for Butler University, was elected to “Who’s Who in Indiana Technology” in 1995 and named “Women of the Year” in 2000 by Women & Hi Tech.

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Adobe's ELearning Evangelist: The Future Of "21st-Century

[This interview is syndicated to the eLearning Council by Bloomfire’s Blog, whose senior editor, Nemo Chu, conducts regular interviews with movers and shakers in the training and development world. The Bloomfire team also hosts regular free webinars, including an upcoming one on Building Effective Communities of Practice.] Dr. Allen Partridge is the eLearning Evangelist for […]

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Workshop: How Do You Take The First Bite Out Of That

She has worked on projects ranging from technical training with detailed software simulations as a government contractor, to extended secondary school projects for major textbook publishers, to eLearning courses which run on a variety of platforms, including mobile.

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Design Ways To Use Interactive Video In Your Elearning

David told us about ways to bring this sort of enhanced presentation of material into our elearning courses. For example, your repair techs are required to learn a procedure to take apart a machine and replace a part. They may be given a manual to read, but end up learning by the mistakes they make when trying to do the job in the field.

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Moodle: An Open Source Learning Management System

Today we are interviewing Hiram Kuykendall, CTO of MicroAssist and Jacob Williams, Senior Training Application Developer at MicroAssist about Moodle, an open source Learning Management System. Moodle is designed to help educators create online courses with opportunities for rich interaction. Its open source license and modular design means that people can develop additional functionality.

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Practical Techniques For Designing Better E-Learning

by David Anderson, Articulate Trainers, SMEs, and even instructional designers have spent time learning to write courseware, but very little time on visual design. Ineffective layout and design results in e-Learning courses that may be boring, non-engaging, or confusing. Just as instructional designers bring learning theory expertise to the course design process, visual communication skills […]

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ELearning Offers Renewed Hope In Africa

The most dire third world problems of extreme poverty, violence, and disease have plagued a large part of Africa for decades. Although experts the world over have proposed countless solutions to Africa’s various problems, a consensus exists that education will be the main driving force for innovation and social change. Africa is unique in that […]

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Passing Notes In Class

Many learning management systems (LMSs) come readymade with discussion board features. Usually, these require logging in to the LMS, clicking on the discussion board, typing or pasting in the text, clicking a submit button, and checking to make sure it gets posted in a …

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Interactive Video For ELearning Designers, David Anderson

David is the Community Manager at Articulate where he supports 100,000+ course creators by helping them build better and more engaging courses. David hosts the weekly E-learning Challenge blog where course designers learn, share, and build their e-learning portfolios.

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Interview With Mayra Aixa Villar On Mobile Learning Design

ELC: I am glad you are highlighting that you cannot convert your e-learning courses directly to m-learning. They have to be rethought and refocused. They have to be rethought and refocused. It is a problem similar to converting web pages for mobile access–you don’t just reformat what’s on the web page and call it a day.

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Distance Learning Is The Way To Train Employees

Distance learning is no longer the wave of the future. The growth of enrollment in online courses continues to outpace that of higher education overall. It is the current standard in many cases for agency training of federal employees. More than 4.6 million students took at least one online course during the fall 2008 term, […]

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E-Learning Symposium 2010 Speakers

E-Learning Symposium 2010 May 26, 2010Holiday Inn Austin NW-Plaza8901 Business Park DriveAustin, TX 78759 David Anderson, Articulate David Anderson is a Community Manager at Articulate Global for E-Learning design and development. David supports Articulate’s learning communities by helping rapid designers use PowerPoint to design and build creative rapid E-Learning courses.

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Taming Information Overload Before It Devours

When comparing two courses as equal as possible, the one that has applied these steps should be more effective in learning uptake, time on course, and even likeability. So…in our information rich world, the best courseware and education you will build resists the temptation to include every fact and figure that imparts more information, but

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ELS 2011 Houston Workshops

Design good courses with the resources at hand; Create the look and feel that matches your course’s content; Apply rapid instructional design models to quickly build effective and interactive E-Learning; This workshop is designed for those new to E-Learning, those wishing to enhance their E-Learning design methodology, and those who have

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Practical Techniques For Designing Better E-Learning

At the E-Learning Symposium, Articulate’s David Anderson (@elearning) provided an engaging and practical lecture on using elements of design when building your courses. Doing so makes them more heavily geared toward the topic, as well as aesthetically pleasing to the learners. Topics addressed were: working with the “client” to create a look and feel for e-learning […]

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E-Learning Symposium 2009 Speakers

Tonia Dousay, TEEX Ms. Tonia Dousay is the eLearning Manager for the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), a part of The Texas A&M University System. Ms. Dousay came to TEEX in 2001 as an instructional designer and has spent the last seven years working to advance the agency’s educational initiatives, to include increasing capacities […]

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E-Learning Symposium 2010 Houston

David Anderson, Articulate Dave Anderson is an E-Learning designer with more than 13 years of experience in online training. His portfolio includes designing custom E-Learning for NASCAR, Mercedes, Tufts University, Delta and America West Airlines.As Community Manager at Articulate, he works with Articulate’s E-Learning community, helping users get the most from their tools while finding […]

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Instructional Design Archives

Online training can be used as outreach. Two examples (out of a multitude) are disasterready.org’s safety courses and courses on cyber security offered by FEMA. But elearning as outreach faces special challenges. [Read more…]

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E-Learning Symposium 2012 Austin Speakers

Shana Storey, JetBlue University at JetBlue Airways Transiting Thinking from Skill Based to Role Based Keeping position expectations current in the Learning Field is challenging, especially as positions require Instructional Designers to be specialists as well as jack-of-all trades. Often that challenge is met with Human Resources’ strict systems for addressing position expectations and

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Instructional Design Archives

[This interview is syndicated to the eLearning Council by Bloomfire’s Blog, whose senior editor, Nemo Chu, conducts regular interviews with movers and shakers in the training and development world.The Bloomfire team also hosts regular free webinars, including an upcoming one on Building Effective Communities of Practice.]. Dr. Allen Partridge is the eLearning Evangelist for Adobe.

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David Anderson Talks ELC And Articulate Storyline

David Anderson, community manager at Articulate and two-time E-Learning Symposium presenter sat down to an instant messenger chat with E-Learning Council’s Sanjay Nasta. David shared his thoughts on the exciting current state of E-Learning, but was tight-lipped about Articulate’s new desktop authoring tool, Storyline, which is currently in beta.

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Central Texas Lectora User Group

Flypaper is a tool for creating dynamic Flash presentations to enhance your training. Snagit is a robust screen capture program which is a must for every developer. Snap is the latest from Trivantis and a very affordable tool ($99) used with Powerpoint to create e-learning. Come hear how these developers use the tools for their courses.

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Leaders In Learning Podcast

What’s brilliant about it, is it doesn’t have to be this super technical that only uber geeks can do. There’s a lot of stuff that instructional designers, course developers, quality assurance people, whoever’s involved in a course, UI experts, program managers, can do to help make your courses more accessible.

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Leaders In Learning Podcast

For the third episode of E-Learning Council’s Leaders in Learning Podcast, we interview Katrina Baker, author of Corporate Training Tips & Tricks , LMS Success & The LMS Selection Checklist. Katrina is an E-Learning Symposium Speaker. In this wide ranging conversation we talk about: Creating effective training Measuring training effectiveness Recruiting Trainers Challenges of Virtual

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ELC Interviews Allison Crow, Visual Thinker

Allison Crow is a principal at Crow Hill Conversations, a visual thinking company. She was one of the highest rated speakers at E-Learning Symposium Austin and we are pleased to have her back for E-Learning Symposium Houston and her September 28th workshops at MicroAssist. ELC: Allison, can you tell me a bit about yourself? Allison: I am creative professional and […]

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New Zealand Open Source Virtual Learning Environment

Adaptability – allows instructors to adjust courses on the fly. Share this: Facebook; LinkedIn; Twitter; Email; More; Related. Filed Under: Uncategorized. Subscribe to Blog via Email. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 31,464 other subscribers

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Interview: Katrina Baker Author Of LMS Success: A Step-by

E-Learning Council is pleased to interview author Katrina Baker, author of LMS Success: A Step-by-Step Guide to Learning Management System Administration. Katrina Baker is an LMS Administrator/Learning and Development Manager for a Fortune 500 company. Previously, Katrina owned two successful small businesses and worked in diverse fields, including design, editing, …

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Leaders In Learning Podcast

We are pleased to announce the launch of E-Learning Council’s Leaders in Learning Podcast. What better way to launch a learning and development podcast than to interview Clark Quinn from Quinnovation. Clark is an E-Learning Symposium keynote speaker, a recognized leader in learning technology strategy and a sought after speaker. E-Learning Council Leaders in Learning […]

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Twitter Feed Curated From ELS2015 #livetweetlog

#ELS2015 “If you are only doing courses, you are abandoning most of your workforce” @Quinnovator E-Learning Council ‏ @learningcouncil May 7 The correlation between whether people think learning was effective vs. if it was effective is 0 (ok let’s not exaggerate 0.09%) # ELS2015

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