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ELEARNiNG MiNi COURSES

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  • Adobe Captivate: Creating Drag & Drop Interactions

    Adobe Captivate: Creating Drag & Drop Interactions

    Drag and Drop in Adobe Captivate can be easy, fun, unique, and extraordinary. This class will start you out by introducing you to how to create a Drag and Drop in three easy steps from scratch and how to customize it using the out of the box options as well as advanced actions.

  • Adobe Captivate Variables and Actions 401: Expressions

    Adobe Captivate Variables and Actions 401: Expressions

    Expressions are typically used in Captivate to perform complex mathematical equations (multiplication, division, addition, subtraction). However, you can also use expressions to link strings of actions together. Attend this 3-hour class and you'll learn to use expressions and variables in Captivate to get specific results you want. 

  • Website Accessibility: 17 Steps You Can Take Today to Ensure Future 508 Compliance

    Website Accessibility: 17 Steps You Can Take Today to Ensure Future 508 Compliance

    Until now, website accessibility hasn't been a big concern for most business owners, marketers, and content creators. Owners of brick and mortar stores, restaurants, and office buildings are required by law to accommodate the needs of customers with disabilities via wheelchair ramps, braille product signage, accessible restrooms, and more.

    As a website owner, you will soon be required to deliver website design and content that is accessible to people with a wide range of disabilities including blindness and low vision, deafness and hearing loss, learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, limited movement, speech disabilities, and photo sensitivity.

  • Adobe Captivate: States and Motion Paths in Captivate

    Adobe Captivate: States and Motion Paths in Captivate

    Experience a completely different workflow for applying effects. And you can easily create awesome (not to mention, fully responsive!) effects using states and motion paths with or without advanced actions.

  • Audio 101: Audio Essentials for eLearning

    Audio 101: Audio Essentials for eLearning

    Attend this 3-hour, tool-agnostic mini-course and learn basic audio recording concepts, terms, dos & don’ts and more!
  • eLearning 101: Introduction to eLearning

    eLearning 101: Introduction to eLearning

    Attend this 3-hour, tool-agnostic mini-course and learn the most important aspects of creating compelling and interactive eLearning that is both cost and learner effective.
  • eLearning: Writing eLearning Voiceover Scripts

    eLearning: Writing eLearning Voiceover Scripts

    You can write step-by-step instructions like a pro, but now you have been asked to create voiceover narratives for eLearning scripts. Suddenly you must break out of the concise and factual focus of instructional writing and create text that engages and motivates the learner.

  • eLearning: Writing Step-by-Step Scripts for Demos and Simulations

    eLearning: Writing Step-by-Step Scripts for Demos and Simulations

    Writing step-by-step instructions is not simple. The more words you write, the muddier the instructions become. In this mini course you will learn how to cut out the wordiness, break down the parts of an instruction, and create minimalist, clear instructions.

  • Creating Accessible eLearning

    Creating Accessible eLearning

    Attend this 3-hour session and learn how to add accessibility features to your eLearning and mLearning projects.
  • PowerPoint for eLearning 101: You’re Doing it Wrong

    PowerPoint for eLearning 101: You’re Doing it Wrong

    Death by PowerPoint? Not on your watch! Get the most out of PowerPoint for use in eLearning and presentations with this interactive course that focuses on basic design principles, under-utilized PowerPoint tools, navigation, and preparing presentations for eLearning.
  • PowerPoint for eLearning 201: Finding, Editing, and Creating Vector Graphics for eLearning Design

    PowerPoint for eLearning 201: Finding, Editing, and Creating Vector Graphics for eLearning Design

    This is a fully interactive and hands-on 3-hour workshop. You will work in real time to edit existing clip art images and to create your own masterpieces.
  • Adobe Captivate: Quick Start

    Adobe Captivate: Quick Start

    Looking to get a handle on creating eLearning with Captivate—like, right now? We can get you from zero to publishing your own interactive lessons in our 3-hour, live, interactive online course. We’ll give you all the basics you need, from understanding the interface through creating slides with images, text, and interactive features.

  • Adobe Captivate: Building the Perfect Project Template

    Adobe Captivate: Building the Perfect Project Template

    Attend this 3-hour session and you’ll learn how to start a project based on a template, and how to create and edit your own project templates.
  • Adobe Captivate Variables and Actions 101: Quick Start

    Adobe Captivate Variables and Actions 101: Quick Start

    Learn about the two types of variables available in Adobe Captivate: System and User-Defined. You’ll learn how to leverage System variables to include in your eLearning course. You will also learn how to create and use User-Defined Variables. These types of variables can collect data typed by the learner that can be recalled at any time throughout the course.

  • Adobe Captivate Variables and Actions 201: Advanced Concepts

    Adobe Captivate Variables and Actions 201: Advanced Concepts

    Conditional Actions, Multiple Decision Blocks, Shared Actions... who knew that there was so much to Captivates Advanced Actions? 
    Attend this live online 3-hour class and you'll get clarity on what is often considered the murkiest part of mastering Adobe Captivate. 

  • Adobe Captivate Variables and Actions 301: Complex Interactions

    Adobe Captivate Variables and Actions 301: Complex Interactions

    If you can imagine it, you can probably use Adobe Captivate’s Advanced Actions to do it. Do you want to make your course more interactive but lack inspiration or technical skills to do so? This class is for you.

  • Point, Click, Captivate: 5 Ways to Create Awesome eLearning Demos & Simulations with Adobe Captivate

    Point, Click, Captivate: 5 Ways to Create Awesome eLearning Demos & Simulations with Adobe Captivate

    Learn to record your screen actions and also learn some best practices and processes for creating the best screen captures possible.

  • Adobe Captivate: Widgets and Interactions

    Adobe Captivate: Widgets and Interactions

    Tired of creating the same old Captivate click through lesson? Then join me in a 3-hour online romp through the Captivate’s Widgets and Interactions. During this hands-on class you’ll have a chance to play with some of the top interactions, you’ll learn not all widgets and interactions are created equal. 

  • Adobe Captivate: Creating Responsive eLearning

    Adobe Captivate: Creating Responsive eLearning

    This class covers how Adobe Captivate uses responsive design features. You’ll learn how to navigate the new Captivate interface, how to create responsive projects from scratch, and how to incorporate responsive training demos, simulations, and question slides into your eLearning courses. Additionally, you’ll learn about multi-device previewing and publishing methods.
  • Adobe Captivate: Advanced Quizzing

    Adobe Captivate: Advanced Quizzing

    If you’ve spent any time at all with Captivate, you’ve probably already created a quiz with the usual suspects. But there’s more to quizzes than meets the eye. Did you know you can receive your quiz questions and answers as a GIFT? Did you know that you can set your questions to give partial scores? Did you know that you can give feedback specific to answer selection? Did you know you can add remediation? Attend this class and you’ll push your quizzes to the absolute limit.

  • Articulate Storyline 2, 3 and 360: Quick Start

    Articulate Storyline 2, 3 and 360: Quick Start

    This course provides quick exposure to the main features every Articulate Storyline developer needs to know.
  • Articulate Storyline 2, 3 and 360: Creating Software Simulations

    Articulate Storyline 2, 3 and 360: Creating Software Simulations

    Demonstrating the use of certain software or computer skills requires capturing simulations and steps for the learner to view or perform as a way to learn a software package. Storyline is no stranger to this eLearning need. In this 3 hour live online mini course we will uncover all the functions from basic to advanced for building the best screen recordings possible in Articulate Storyline.
  • Articulate Storyline 2, 3 and 360: Triggers and Variables

    Articulate Storyline 2, 3 and 360: Triggers and Variables

    If you have been using Storyline for a while or even if you are fairly new to Storyline and still haven’t been able to wrap your head around triggers and variables, this intensive 3-hour course is for you.
  • TechSmith Camtasia: Quick Start

    TechSmith Camtasia: Quick Start

    Using Camtasia , you can quickly create videos of just about anything (computer software or PowerPoint presentations) and post your completed lessons on the web, YouTube, Vimeo, or Screencast.com. Your lessons can include videos of actions taken on your computer, animations, audio, quizzes, and surveys.

  • Lectora: Quick Start

    Lectora: Quick Start

    Where do I start?  What is this new software?  This introduction will answer those questions and many more. In 3-hours you can create an eLearning course from start to finish.  You will get the basics of Lectora; creating a new lesson, the wizards that help you get started, the file structure and how to add a quiz.

  • Lectora: Surveys and Forms

    Lectora: Surveys and Forms

    Surveys are often confused with quizzes...and Lectora is very adept at creating forms. 

    Attend this class and learn how to create both forms and surveys in record time!

  • Lectora: Tests and Quizzes

    Lectora: Tests and Quizzes

    While quizzes are often seen as just another mandatory component to your eLearning lesson, you can use quizzes for reinforcement and interactivity that will help your learner retain your eLearning content.

  • Lectora: Actions and Interaction

    Lectora: Actions and Interaction

    In Lectora you can create simple Actions to navigate to the next page or play a video.  But what if you want to do something special?  In this course you will learn how to understand actions and how to use them effectively. Want to branch to a different page based on how a student answers a question? We will show you conditional actions and how to control the learner’s activity.   Maybe you want to launch a document or go to a website. You will get real-world examples on how to create these and many more.

  • Lectora: Advanced Actions and Interaction

    Lectora: Advanced Actions and Interaction

    If you have any experience with Lectora at all, you have likely figured out how to add simple actions to your project using the wizards that come with Lectora. But what if you think outside the box and want to create an action that the wizard simply cannot comprehend? 

I particularly found Kevin's <> explanations regarding file types helpful. I don't have a deep knowledge of that lingo, so knowing which file types are most useful for specific presentations was great!
Nehali Shah