Adobe Captivate 2017 – Responsive Design Drag and Drop using Fluid Boxes I’ve had a number of viewers ask about how Drag and Drop can work with Fluid Boxes. In this video, I show you how you can make the two work together effectively.
In this tutorial you will learn how to publish your course from iSpring Presenter to a learning management system.
Prof. Angie Wassenmiller, director of instructional technology and e-learning at Concordia, talks about personal learning networks (PLN) why teachers should thinking about using Twitter.
How to work with multiple accounts at eFront LMS
How to escape education’s death valley – Sir Ken Robinson Sir Ken Robinson outlines 3 principles crucial for the human mind to flourish, and how current education culture works against them. In a funny, stirring talk he tells us how to get out of the educational “death valley” we now face, and how to nurture […]
In Moodle 2.4 you will be able to customise the buttons on the TinyMCE text editor -this video gives you a preview of how to do this.
In this tutorial we’ll show you some of the abilities of Snagit 11 to share with a variety of other locations and applications. For instance share directly to Microsoft’s PowerPoint or Word. You can Share to Camtasia Studio for editing. Or share your screencapture’s to TechSmith’s image and video hosting site Screencast.com. You can even […]
0:10 – Clean up your computer 0:55 – Write a script 1:25 – Do a practice run 1:45 – Record the best audio possible 2:10 – Recap of tips by ChannelTechSmith
Twitter is just one tool that can be used to build a PLN. Listen to Waukesha West Social Studies Teacher Dale Van Keuren talk about his experience with Twitter, specifically how it has refreshed, informed, and invigorated his teaching practice.
Learn how to take your eLearning to mobile iDevices. Create interactive eLearning content in a jiffy using the iPad and iPhone presets. Publish content as HTML5, for access using browsers on iPads and iPhones.
Learn how to allow learners to pause and resume linear courses across devices. By publishing eLearning content as both SWF and HTML5, learners can begin the course on either their desktop or mobile device, pause it, and then resume it on the same or another device.
In this video we demonstrate how the Moodle Rubric works.