Welcome to 'Ken's Odds and Ends'. Click this link to go to my 'real' site.
Let me be the first to tell you that this "Odd's and Ends' site is not a polished Scoop.it Page. It is the 'waiting room' or 'overflow room' for my primary Scoop.it page which you can find here: http://www.scoop.it/t/new-media-technology
The focus of that site is New Media in Society, Business & Classrooms
This site reflects those interests as well as some other scoops that don't fit directly into nice little boxes under the 'new media' umbrella.
Ken Morrison's insight:
I am trying to streamline my primary site. Oddz and Endz is kind of an overflow of this original site but will have content that doesn't fit into nice little boxes under the 'New Media' flag
It's no secret that becoming a parent is a life-changing event, and with it come new challenges and a whole lot of questions. To provide some guidance to new moms and dads and parents-to-be, Extra Space Storage put together a video called "10 Th...
As an eLearning professional, I know that choosing a software platform can be difficult and even confusing. I have used both Captivate and Storyline (multiple versions of each) and have been curious about ZebraZapps and other platforms that seem to have interesting features. It can be difficult to really find information that compares the various tools.
Lucky for you, dear eLearning professional who is trying to pick between Storyline and Captivate (that totally describes you, right?), I am embarking on a journey to make your life a little easier. This summer I am taking a class that focuses around Adobe Captivate (version 8). I am also a regular user (and superfan!) of Articulate Storyline 2.
So, I decided to try and check my bias at the door and do a series of posts comparing the two systems. I will also be adding to this post along the way as a kind of master document. If you find this is helpful, or have questions about particular features, please comment below and let me know!
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