Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Digital asset management, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Welcome to Training Tips Weekly.…I'm Chris Mattia and I'm here to help you…enhance the design, creation,…and delivery of your instructional materials.…And this week we're talking about digital asset management…and that's all about getting and keeping all the files,…folders, and resources that you need…for your content creation process together and organized.…Now I'll be the first to admit the desktop of my computer…is a virtual disaster zone.…It's the dumping ground for whatever it is…that I happen to be working on at the moment.…
However, when it comes to building instructional materials…I've had to learn the hard way…to create a strict organizational structure…for each project and stick to it.…And in this movie I want to share with you one example…of the type of organizational structure…that I find helpful when building my courses.…But keep in mind, there's no one right structure…that's going to work for all projects or all people.…The key to success is to find an organizational system…that works for your workflow, works for you,…
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