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How do you get elearning content into your LMS? Find out how to bridge the gap with SCORM and the Tin Can API.
Understand how the neuroscience of learning can help educators and learners alike tap into hidden potential.
Learn how to collect and analyze student data to measure the success of your teaching and address learning gaps.
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.
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.
Take your Articulate Studio training beyond the basics, with these advanced techniques.
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 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.
Discover how to storyboard your elearning content and make course development more efficient.
Discover how to use Google Apps to become more productive in class and after school.
Teaches K–12 and college students the basics of using Office for assignments, presentations, email, time management, and more.
Discover how teachers are using online materials to flip their classrooms, push online learning at home, and focus class time on reinforcement and interaction.
Discover how to use Moodle 2.4 to create engaging online courses for K–12 and college settings and get your students excited about learning.
Discover how to use Moodle 2.5 to create engaging online courses for K–12 and college settings and get your students excited about learning.
Get the Blackboard training you need to quickly enroll students and start creating and grading assignments.
Discover how to build, administer, and transfer courses in the learning management system (LMS), Desire2Learn.
Learn how to use Canvas, an open-source LMS, in your classroom and on the go.
Learn how to create a classroom research project with the iPad and encourage collaboration among your students.
Bring 21st century instruction techniques into the classroom with the iPad.
Demonstrates how to use the Apple iBooks Author application to create and publish your own iBook, without extensive design or publishing experience.
Teaches the ins and outs of Blackboard 9 so that educators and trainers can get up to speed in the system quickly.
Get up and running on day one of class and start finding and logging into courses, submitting assignments and importing files, and taking tests.
Explores Moodle's rich learning environment and helps students successfully navigate a typical Moodle course.
Helps educators create online courses that complement classroom-based instruction and foster student interaction using the free learning management system Moodle.
A step-by-step course through a typical Moodle course for students, including how to post materials and chat with other students.
How to build a course, post assignments, and use the integrated grade book to organize the final scores in a class.