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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 Jennifer Neibert

Written as a follow-up to Michael Allen’s 2012 bestseller Leaving ADDIE for SAM, the recently released Leaving ADDIE for SAM Field Guide, by Richard Sites and Angel Green, is chock-full of checklists, worksheets, templates, and tools. The Field Guide is sure to become a go-to reference as you make the most of the Successive Approximation Model (SAM) in your organization.

Review   |   July 3, 2014
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by Joe Ganci

The near-universal availability of mobile devices capable of recording and sharing video is creating some excellent opportunities to reach learners no matter where they are, to engage them with the instructor and each other, and to create libraries of crowd-sourced problem solutions. Here is a review of a social eLearning platform that is among the first to leverage these possibilities.

Review   |   June 24, 2014
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by Jennifer Neibert

In his book Seven Attributes of Highly Effective Development Vendors, William West draws on more than two decades of experience working with many of the world’s most admired companies from the perspectives of both employee and external-development partner. West’s attributes can help guide those responsible for hiring vendors … and vendors themselves!

Review   |   June 19, 2014
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by Bill Brandon

Two years ago, Cammy Bean’s article, “The Accidental Instructional Designer,” became one of the most- read pieces we have published in the last 13 years. Now she has expanded that article into a guide that will help many others to become a happy accident. This one belongs on your shelf!

Review   |   June 17, 2014
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by Joe Ganci

Captivate 8, just released, brings with it new responsive design features that separate it from all other tools in a huge way. Surprisingly, it offers more power while making entry to the tool easier for novices. Here is Joe’s review. Caution: Fasten your seat belt and make sure you’ve securely tied your sneakers.

Review   |   May 27, 2014
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by Bill Brandon

Something is missing from your instructional content: The tacit knowledge that makes the difference in an expert’s performance. Jane Bozarth’s latest book will help you fill in that gap. Here is our review.

Review   |   May 8, 2014
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by Joe Ganci

In March 2014, Raptivity launched a beta tool called Raptivity Linker. The tool allows developers to link standalone Raptivity interactions into short interactive learning modules. Here’s a first look at the tool and what it does!

Review   |   May 1, 2014
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by Bill Brandon

Clark Quinn’s latest book raises a lot of questions about the trajectory of the learning and development field and offers advice about process, architecture, and strategy for moving the profession and our practice forward.

Review   |   April 29, 2014
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by Joe Ganci

This is the second of two mini-review articles Joe has done this spring, responding to your requests for information about tools you may never have seen reviewed. But being unknown doesn’t mean these tools don’t have strengths and unique characters! Enjoy the grand tour!

Review   |   April 22, 2014
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