Learn tips for project organization and how work within existing projects by adding new scenes, linking scenes, and changing slide positions.
- [Tutor] Whether you create a new project from scratch…or import slides from a PowerPoint presentation…like we did in the previous movie,…eventually the number of slides in your project…will begin to increase,…and feel a little bit unruly, maybe disorganized,…and that's why you may want to consider…breaking up your project into smaller sections,…or what we call scenes.…One scene can be linked to another…and we can then focus on specific areas…or sections of our project even when collaborating,…allowing us to work on one section…while someone else works on another for example.…
So in this movie we're going to take our existing project…that we imported from a PowerPoint presentation…in the previous movie,…and break it down into several scenes.…Now if you skip to this movie…and you need to get caught up…just go to the chapter two folder of your exercise files,…open up Orientation0203.…Now some of these slides as we hover over them,…we see their titles;…they came from the PowerPoint titles…on those slides like the welcome slide,…
- Opening a project and touring the UI
- Setting up global preferences
- Creating a project from PowerPoint
- Inserting new scenes and adding slides
- Working with slides and text
- Adding animation and transitions
- Using assets and elements
- Working with audio and video
- Measuring the effectiveness of elearning with assessments
- Publishing your project
Skill Level Beginner
Measuring Learning Effectivenesswith Jeff Toister47m 4s Beginner
1. Get Started
2. Build a Presentation
3. Use Assets and Elements
4. Work with Media
5. Assessing Elearning
6. Publish Your Project
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