“Continuous learning is the minimum requirement for success in any field.” Dennis Waitley It is interesting all the “new” things I’ve been noticing lately. Funny how being forced to slow down and stay close to home brings a fresh perspective on so many things that you’ve overlooked for so long. There are some silver liningsContinue reading “Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | April 3, 2020”
Every new year brings us opportunities to explore new tools, technologies, and strategies. This year the eLearning Guild has compiled a collections thoughts and predictions into a free ebook. “2019 Predictions for eLearning” I’ve included my contribution here below, but be sure to hop over and check out what everyone else has to say aboutContinue reading “Elearning Predictions 2019”
It’s been quite cold around here lately, which is a great reason for me to sneak away next week to a warmer climate and enjoy a butter beer or two. 😎 If you’re anywhere on the chilly side of the thermometer I hope you’re nestled in a nice warm place as you read this week’sContinue reading “Friday Finds | December 15, 2017”
Whether you’re learning a new software application at work or getting up to speed with the latest technology at home, odds are that Lynda.com has something for you. If you’re not familiar with Lynda (aka LinkedIn Learning), they have an extensive collection of courses taught by industry experts. These courses are all organized into shortContinue reading “How to Access Lynda Courses for Free”
School is back in session here and we’re celebrating our amazing daughter’s birthday. There is a lot to be thankful for including some of these things that surfaced on my radar this week. Cheers! Does eLearning Work? What the Scientific Research Says! What does the scientific research tell us about elearning effectiveness, particularly as itContinue reading “Friday Finds | August 18, 2017”
Here are the slides from my recent FocusOn Learning session in Austin, TX You Already Know How to Build mLearning (You Just Don’t Know It) A big thank you to everyone who was there and feel free to share it with others!
If you’re anything like me, you love anything that enables you to do things more efficiently. (And who doesn’t like that?) So with that in mind, I’d like to share the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT) that I use in PowerPoint. The QAT is basically your own personalized toolbar that puts all your favorite and most usedContinue reading “Get Things Done Faster With This Handy PowerPoint Toolbar”
via webinar wire Whether for using in an online webinar/conferencing tool or elearning content here are a few (six) options for getting your PowerPoints converted to Flash. Of course, this is in addition to authoring tools like Articulate, Rapid Form, etc.
I’ve been looking at several online video tools and it looks like I’m favoring Viddler.com for several reasons including: It’s not blocked from work 😎 It allows comments and tags to be embedded as part of the video (Cool!) It can easily be embedded in other places (HTML/Wordpress) It can be commented on similar toContinue reading “Online Video Tool”