If you want to fail, build irrelevant courses that waste time and look bad. However, you can avoid failure by understanding the organization’s objectives, your learner’s needs, and building a great looking course that is appropriate to its learning objectives.
Videos can be a great addition to e-learning packages-but only if they’re used in the right way. Here are Saffron’s top ten tips for making sure videos are adding value to your e-learning rather than just adding megabytes to your course.
Richer than a document, simpler than video, SlideSpeech transforms the way ideas are shared. By reading the speaker notes in your own presentation using the latest text-to-speech technology, SlideSpeech ensures your message comes across loud and clear.
Nobody buys lemons anymore. To have thousands of students enrolled in your course, it has to be REALLY good – that means easy to listen to, easy to follow, and easy enough to watch for hours. And how do you do that for technical training? Quality screencasting is the currency of the realm for pretty much every technology training, so you’d better be sure you’re creating the best recordings possible.
Have you ever thought of teaching your students how to create an ePortfolio ? Well if you have not then it is about time to take the idea seriously. There are actually several reasons why you should...
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