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Designers and developers aren’t necessarily multimedia experts, but often companies expect them to be. This new eBook will help you in areas from selecting camcorders to editing audio. If multimedia isn’t one of your strengths, download 72 Tips for Using Media to Engage and Teach from The eLearning Guild today!

News   |   May 5, 2014
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by Andrew Hughes

What does it take to make an award-winning serious game? Technology and skills are important, but team dynamics make the essential difference. Andrew Hughes and his team at Designing Digitally share their lessons learned in this guide to team and process.

Feature   |   April 28, 2014
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by News Editor

Animated videos provide flexibility and range that often just aren’t attainable with live-action video. GoAnimate offers an easy-to-use drag-and-drop online animation suite, with access to thousands of character models, backdrops, and props. GoAnimate has now extended its capabilities with two new features: whiteboard animation and integration with Lectora Online. Here are the details!

News   |   April 23, 2014
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HapYak announces the release of a new suite of enhanced tools that allow learning and development professionals to create measurable, adaptive training from their existing video assets. Additionally, HapYak is releasing enhanced data tracking capabilities, which is now supported across more than 20 of HapYak’s existing video player integrations.

News   |   March 17, 2014
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by Stephen Haskin

The Consumer Electronics Show 2014 once again featured a lot of devices that eLearning producers can use to enhance and extend their capability. Here is a rundown of the video hardware that will probably be of most interest to our readers.

Tip   |   January 29, 2014
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eLearning Brothers and Lodestone have partnered to provide eLearning developers with software training and over 20,000 eLearning assets in one offering at the same price as training alone. Here are the details!

News   |   January 24, 2014
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by Stephen Haskin

Can we really have avant-garde video in eLearning? If by avant-garde you mean innovative, you bet we can … and with good reason—to challenge and to engage learners. Here’s a quick look at making video that is outside the box, yet achieves the goal of supporting learning.

Feature   |   January 13, 2014
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by Gary Lipkowitz

A video script is more than narration; it also sets the style and direction for the entire presentation and orchestrates the other elements of the production. Here are five ways to avoid potential pitfalls that could otherwise prove hazardous to your production!

Tip   |   January 8, 2014
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by Nic Laycock

Even under challenging circumstances, individuals with a big dream and a lot of passion can still achieve inspiring results. Here is the story of a very determined young woman with a very big dream.

News   |   December 5, 2013
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by Jane Bozarth

Video plays a big part in classroom instruction; instructors lead learners through discussion and processing of the content. But video in eLearning is most often passive: no discussion or processing. By setting the stage, encouraging comments, asking for reaction, and giving the camera to the learner, you can turn video back into an engaging, socially facilitated activity. Here’s how!

Column   |   November 5, 2013
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