Walks through every step involved in setting up, deploying, and managing shared iPads in the classroom.
Start building interactive online courses with Articulate Storyline 2, the popular elearning-authoring tool.
Put the "tech" into your teaching. Learn how to use technology to enhance course design, lesson planning, presentations, in-class activities, assessments, and student achievement and engagement.
Learn how to write a grant proposal. Explore the process of finding, applying for, and being successful in seeking grant money for educational causes.
Learn how changing arts education to focus on "art thinking" can help students solve problems in a variety of fields.
Find out how teacher Mike Hathorn is helping students transform from tech consumers to tech creators with a curriculum based on 3D modeling and printing.
Explore common math problems in ways that relate to everyday life: calculating tips and taxes, comparing prices, figuring out volume and area, and even counting calories.
Learn how to use the Office 365 version of Excel to enter and organize data, use functions, and build charts and PivotTables.
Take a tour of the essential features of Access 2013, the database application included with every Office 365 subscription. Learn how to build a database with Access and store, organize, and access your data more efficiently.
Learn to create, edit, and format documents with Microsoft Word and your Office 365 subscription.
Learn how to manage your inbox, calendar, contacts, and task list with Outlook 2013, and get the most out of your Office 365 subscription.
Office 365 subscribers: Learn how to create, edit, and share presentations with PowerPoint 2013.
Learn to create interactive training videos, demonstrations, and video presentations with Adobe Presenter 10 and Adobe Presenter Video Express.
Get two new management tips every week and learn to improve communication, increase motivation, deal with conflict, and build better relationships.
Get an inside look at what goes into a lynda.com course. We interview David Rivers, author of 100+ lynda.com titles, about his course-creation process and his career as an elearning expert.
Weekly tips keep you up to date with the latest educational technology, help you become more efficient in the classroom, and increase student achievement.
How do you get elearning content into your LMS? Find out how to bridge the gap with SCORM and the Tin Can API.
Improve your memory with these fascinating (and proven!) memorization techniques.
Create engaging elearning content with the drag-and-drop interactions in Adobe Captivate 8.
Improve your reading speed and comprehension (fast) with these top five speed-reading tips.
Learn how to read faster. Improve your reading speed and comprehension with these proven speed-reading techniques.
Understand how the neuroscience of learning can help educators and learners alike tap into hidden potential.
Discover how to set up and maintain productive relationships with subject matter experts, and deliver engaging instructional content based on their expertise.
Get techniques for creating and publishing mobile-friendly, interactive Captivate projects.
Learn how to collect and analyze student data to measure the success of your teaching and address learning gaps.
Discover the fundamentals of screencasting and elearning, and compare the most popular tools, including Captivate, Articulate Studio, Articulate Storyline, Lectora, and Camtasia.
Self-contained tips on the latest online tools, such as Google Apps, Skype, YouTube, Mint.com, Etsy, and more.
Learn the tips, tricks, and teaching techniques to create successful, engaging video training.
Learn how incorporating a sense of play into your classroom or elearning environment can make your content more engaging and help students retain more information.
Learn to reduce your workload, streamline grading and lesson planning, and share resources with students and other teachers with Microsoft Office.
Guides you through the features and tools of Captivate 8, while providing instructional-design tips for creating successful elearning and mobile learning projects.
Create and share documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and forms with Google Drive.
Make training successful for adult audiences with these instructional design best practices and techniques.
Get a first look at the most important (and most requested) new features in Articulate Storyline 2, including motion paths, Android support, seekbars, and negative scoring.
Find out why the Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy (DPEA) might be a model for a new kind of public education, via project-based learning in science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM).
Find out how Visual Thinking Strategies, the "look and think" teaching methodology, can help educators bridge the gap between teaching and learning in the classroom.
Take your Articulate Studio training beyond the basics, with these advanced techniques.
Create a classroom culture that increases achievement and decreases disruption—without inhibiting your students' creativity or desire to learn.
Get a first look at Classroom, the free LMS from Google, and learn how to create a course, add students, and send assignments.
Learn how to conduct a needs analysis that will inform your instructional design process.
Learn how to publish Captivate projects for the web, mobile devices, or an LMS.
Discover how to write research papers for high school and college classes.
Learn how to create elearning with Articulate Studio.
Discover what a learning management system is and how to use it to engage learners.
Exploring various methods of instructional design, including how to select a method and tips for implementing each method.
Learn about the new mobile authoring and elearning interactions available in Captivate 8.
Learn the basics of composing, sending, and replying to messages with Gmail, the free email service from Google.
Learn how to create training that simulates what it's like to use software with Captivate.
Discover how to storyboard your elearning content and make course development more efficient.
Start programming interactive objects with Arduino Uno, the open-source single-board microcontroller.