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Captain SMEID and the Wayward Learner

During the Captain SMEID presentation at the E-Learning Symposium, participants offered good thoughts from various perspectives on best practices for online learning. We hope you can find some valuable observations from the compilation of ideas in the attached *.pdf file.  You must login or register in order to download the file.

Practical Techniques for Designing Better E-Learning, David Anderson, Articulate

David Anderson, Articulate

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 using a brilliant mind mapping technique
  • creating custom themes
  • the personality of fonts and choosing the right font to enhance your e-learning
  • simple graphic techniques that reduce text and make your e-learning more inviting

David also answered the question of why there is invariably a rooster crowing on his webinar.

Presentation attached - have to be logged in to download.

How are you training the YouTube Generation

How are you training the YouTube Generation at ELS 2010

What topics should we cover in our Converting Instructor Led Training to E-Learning Webinar

MicroAssist is holding a Converting Instructor Led Training to E-Learning Webinar on June 24th.   I'm interested in getting input on what some of the topics that we should cover.  Thoughts?

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