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Discover classroom technologies that can help educators be more efficient in planning lessons, delivering instruction, engaging and managing students, and grading. Get a new tech tip every Monday.
Explore the tools and features of Lynda.com while creating a learning game plan, so you can better achieve your learning goals.
Learn how to use Google Calendar (free with any Gmail account) to manage your schedule.
Master the basics of composing, sending, and replying to email in Gmail and then learn powerful configuration and organizational techniques to enhance productivity.
Learn how to create your own ebooks with iBooks Author. Find out how to import text from Word or InDesign, add images and interactive widgets, include links and bookmarks, and export your book for publication as an EPUB or PDF.
Learn to reduce your workload, streamline grading and lesson planning, and share resources with students and other teachers with Microsoft Office.
Learn about the suite-wide enhancements in Office 2016 and Office 365, as well as program-specific new features in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Create and share interactive reports and presentations on the fly with Sway, the new Microsoft Office app.
Take your Captivate 8 elearning projects to the next level, with this set of advanced techniques.
Learn how to build and customize quizzes for elearning content with Captivate.
Learn how to manage your inbox, calendar, contacts, and task list with Outlook 2013, and get the most out of your Office 365 subscription.
Tips to keep you up to date with the latest educational technology, help you become more efficient in the classroom, and increase student achievement.
Create engaging elearning content with the drag-and-drop interactions in Adobe Captivate 8.
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.
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.
Learn how to create elearning with Articulate Studio.
Discover what a learning management system is and how to use it to engage learners.
Learn how to create training that simulates what it's like to use software with Captivate.
Learn the tools and best practices for creating and giving presentations with a Promethean board.
Learn to use the SMART Board to design interactive lessons and present content.
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.
Learn to choose the right equipment, set up productivity tools, and keep connected on the go, in this course on setting up a mobile office.
Discover how to build, administer, and transfer courses in the learning management system (LMS), Desire2Learn.
Manage your personal and professional schedules better with Google Calendar.
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.
Learn how to create a full-length, interactive math lesson with a glossary, equations, illustrative charts and graphs, and a section that tests your students on what they've learned.
Learn how to create a lab manual for your students with iBooks Author.
Leverage the templates and intuitive toolset in iBooks Author to create custom course material.
Learn how to leverage the power of Outlook to stay on top of all your important connections.
Teaches the basics of creating, editing, and sharing presentations with PowerPoint 2013.
Teaches you the basics of using Excel 2013 to enter and organize data, use functions, and build charts and PivotTables.
Teaches you the basics of working with documents in Word 2013, from creating and editing to formatting text.
Provides a comprehensive overview of Mac OS X Mountain Lion, complete with insider tips for getting the most out of the operating system.
Shows you all the essential features you'll need to jump-start Windows 8—whether you work with it closely at the office or use it casually at home.
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