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by Joe Ganci

Adobe Presenter 10 is a video tool that offers many new and improved features, including the ability to publish to HTML5, and to deliver HD quality video to any device. Is it worth licensing? Find out here!

Review   |   July 22, 2014
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by Stephen Haskin

The first time they open Adobe After Effects, some people become so frightened that they close it and never come back. If you are one of those people, take heart! Here is a tutorial that will get you started on the road to mastering some of the most powerful video software out there. It can make a huge difference in the quality of video in your eLearning productions!

Feature   |   July 21, 2014
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by News Editor

eLearning Brothers and Infuse Medical announce the first library subscription of its kind of medical stock images. This library subscription is the first eLearning-specific library consisting of high resolution 3-D medical imagery.

News   |   July 15, 2014
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by Mark Lassoff

There are almost endless choices when it comes to screen size, resolution, and screen quality. For mobile learning and performance support, screen design used to be easy—iPhone or iPad. However, Android is now the top mobile OS, and there are now over 30 combinations of screen size and resolution. This tutorial shows how to use HTML and CSS to deliver a solution: responsive design.

Column   |   March 20, 2014
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by Jennifer Neibert

In Interface Design for Learning, Dorian Peters weaves together her work as a designer and specialist in user experience to give readers dozens of evidence-based strategies for designing effective learning experiences. Anyone tasked with creating learning interfaces, or curious about how design affects learning, should consider Peters’s book a must-have reference.

Review   |   March 12, 2014
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by Jennifer Neibert

Thanks to the power of modern graphic and animation tools, you can apply just a little knowledge of visual principles to make your eLearning designs soar. In 131 Tips on Graphics and Animations for eLearning, a free eBook available from The eLearning Guild, dozens of today’s leading eLearning practitioners offer their ideas and insights to help you take your designs to the next level.

News   |   November 13, 2013
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by News Editor

Converting PowerPoint files to facilitator and participant guides is a time-consuming (and expensive) manual task. Obsidian Learning announces the latest release of GuideDocs, a proprietary PowerPoint extension that automates this task—saving your developers time and your company money.

News   |   October 22, 2013
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by Jane Bozarth

We know, as designers, that a bulleted, text-heavy display of information is neither interesting nor compelling to most learners. What would make for an interesting or surprising look? What would break beyond the usual linear, bullets-in-a column structure? Consider the alternatives from designer Tracy Parish suggested in this month’s column.

Column   |   October 1, 2013
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by Jane Bozarth

A good treatment moves a program from being a presentation to being an effective way to influence workplace performance. Here are two outstanding examples of better-than-good treatment that don’t depend on technology, money, or skill with any tool. This column could seriously change the direction of careers.

Column   |   September 2, 2013
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by Jennifer Neibert

Engagement is a critical element of learning. For eLearning and mLearning engagement is arguably even more important, but it requires additional planning, monitoring, and creativity to do it well. If you’re looking for clever ideas to drive engagement in your learning initiatives, download 68 Tips for eLearning Engagement and Interactivity—free from The eLearning Guild—today!

News   |   May 21, 2013
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