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Is Your LMS “Fit” and “Mobile”? Mobile Learning Trends 2016

Is Your LMS “Fit” and “Mobile”? Mobile Learning Trends 2016 | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

  At the start of the year, Christopher Pappas (founder of elearningindustry.com) , published an article outlining his take on the top 6 trends in mobile learning to be aware of.   In this article,  WBT Systems takes a look at how these trends could impact on learning programs in the y... http://elearningfeeds.com/is-your-lms-fit-and-mobile-mobile-learning-trends-2016/


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Announcing Lectora 16 with Responsive Course Design

Announcing Lectora 16 with Responsive Course Design | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

Responsive Course Design™ (RCD) is here for Lectora® desktop! We’re excited to announce the new Lectora 16 with RCD for mobile course development. If you haven’t heard the buzz about Responsive Course Design yet, here’s the scoop. RCD in Lectora is unique because you only have to design once, i... http://elearningfeeds.com/announcing-lectora-16-with-responsive-course-design/


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Why compliance elearning has to change totally

On 29 July we delivered an interactive webinar session with Coca Cola Hellenic, one of the largest bottlers and vendors of The Coca-Cola Company’s products in the world. Coca-Cola Hellenic partnered with Saffron Interactive to create a game-changing digital compliance course which is set to t... http://elearningfeeds.com/why-compliance-elearning-has-to-change-totally/


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Advanced Moodle - Blogs - YouTube

Here’s a slick tutorial that taught me some stuff on how to work with Moodle’s Blog feature where you can attribute and assign blogs directly to a course.

Pretty neat. Read more in the Docs at http://docs.moodle.org/27/en/Using_BlogsAdvanced Moodle video for 2014 summer institute.


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How To Find Royalty Free Images That Haven’t Been Overused

How To Find Royalty Free Images That Haven’t Been Overused | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

I don't know you, but for me, images are very important. A text without an image, is like a sky without stars. For this reason, I like this post with several ressources, maybe you too! [note Martin Gysler]

 

“Hey, I’ve seen that image before. Actually, I’ve seen it many times before.”


Images allow you to express what words can’t.

 

They draw the viewer in and elicit an emotional impact, providing your users with information while confirming that what your selling or promoting is real.

 

There are many affordable options available to purchase stock photography. This may be a blessing or a curse. Affordability often comes at the cost of originality.

 

It’s important to consider your ideals and the image’s ability to illustrate a concept perfectly. But consider originality as well. You wouldn’t want to fall into the trap of using cliche imagery because it’s easy and convenient.

 

Read more: http://bit.ly/Af9ZXX


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Martin Gysler's comment, February 9, 2012 3:44 PM
Great Katipsoi, I'm glad that you can use this information to improve your page.
Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, February 11, 2012 10:32 PM
So helpful and something that is a daily struggle o THANKS. Marty
Mike Ellsworth's comment, February 12, 2012 1:10 PM
Marty, thanks for the comment.

I just found another great way to search for Creative Commons images: http://search.creativecommons.org/

It automates a CC search on Google Images, Flickr and more. Wow!
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Our Approach to SCORM in LearnUpon

Our Approach to SCORM in LearnUpon | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

Over the past five years, SCORM has become all but the default content format of choice throughout the eLearning industry. While Tin Can API has recently appeared to challenge its dominance, SCORM remains the preferred option for many of the organizations we work with at LearnUpon. Because we... http://elearningfeeds.com/our-approach-to-scorm-in-learnupon/


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City & Guilds Kineo’s new Safeguarding training makes quality compliance easy

City & Guilds Kineo has launched new training in 'Safeguarding young people from harm, abuse and exploitation’.  All government funded training centres, including those in private companies, are now required by Ofsted to have proven safeguarding training.  City & Guilds Kineo has res... http://elearningfeeds.com/city-guilds-kineos-new-safeguarding-training-makes-quality-compliance-easy/


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6 Ways to Make the Most of Multimedia in eLearning

I’d rather watch grass grow than sit through boring eLearning. As a designer, I thank my lucky stars for multimedia, the holy grail of delighting and dazzling learners. I believe kick-ass eLearning results when all elements work in unison to deliver the message, however it’s surprising how many g... http://elearningfeeds.com/6-ways-to-make-the-most-of-multimedia-in-elearning/


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22 Ways to Create Compelling Content When You're Stuck [Infographic] |

22 Ways to Create Compelling Content When You're Stuck [Infographic] | | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

This is the first infographic from Copyblogger based on an earlier piece he did entitled 21 Ways to Create Content When You Don't Have a Clue.   

It's an excellent presentation, consistent with all of his wonderful content many of us have been reading for a long time and he even gives us one more .

 

Here are some highlights from the original article:

 

"If you're coming up flat and you can't think of what to do try some of these ideas":

 

**Curate content. Find your ten favorite websites, and then find your favorite post on each of them.

 

**Publish a post listing these top ten posts, and explain why you like them. You don’t even have to think about being creative, and everyone you feature there will appreciate it.

 

**This is what we do with our Best of the Web feature, and there are lots of other examples.

 

**Ask friends for ideas. If you’re tapped for ideas, then reach out to your friends and colleagues, and ask them what they’d like you to write about.

 

**You can do this with offline friends, or with like-minded online entrepreneurs.

 

**If you’re not already part of a mastermind group, then reach out to a few bloggers that are about as big as you are, and suggest starting one.

 

Selected and curated by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Business & Beyond"

 

See infographic here: [http://www.copyblogger.com/create-content-infographic/]

 

See article here: [http://www.copyblogger.com/create-content-ideas/]


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10 Steps to Creating a WordPress Blog

10 Steps to Creating a WordPress Blog | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

Hey there! My name’s Ryan and I am another new member to the SEER team. I’ve learned so much since starting at SEER but I thought for my first blog post I would cover something I have some background in, WordPress.

 

I am helping to set up SEER’s upcoming blog on SEO for college students and I thought I would share the checklist I go through every time I start a new site on WordPress. If anyone’s New Years resolution was to finally start blogging then hopefully this post will give you a few ideas and tips or possibly save you a headache down the road.

 

The great thing about WordPress is that it really does simplify every step of creating and running a site. I was in a meeting with SEER’s developer Chris Le and half the time I thought he was speaking a foreign language when talking about advanced site design. I know some coding basics but thanks to WordPress and the plug-ins and themes created around it I’ve built more than a dozen sites ranging from your basic blog all the way to e-commerce and password protected membership sites.

 

Read more: http://www.seerinteractive.com/blog/10-steps-to-creating-a-wordpress-blog?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+seerinteractive%2FdndP+%28Seer+Interactive+-+SEM%2FSEO+Blog%29


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