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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.
Discover how to set up and maintain productive relationships with subject matter experts, and deliver engaging instructional content based on their expertise.
Discover the fundamentals of screencasting and elearning, and compare the most popular tools, including Captivate, Articulate Studio, Articulate Storyline, Lectora, and Camtasia.
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.
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.
Learn how to conduct a needs analysis that will inform your instructional design process.
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 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.
Discover how teachers are using online materials to flip their classrooms, push online learning at home, and focus class time on reinforcement and interaction.
Learn how to create a classroom research project with the iPad and encourage collaboration among your students.
Discover how to conduct yourself on camera and make a positive impression in front of the lens.