"Creative Design of Learning Experiences" It has been a while since my last blogpost.
Last month, I had the great honor of writing four guest posts on the topic of mLearning for ASTD. Furthermore, I have been studying hard to complete my postgraduate studies, which made me step aside from some other projects for a while. Having said that, last week I came across a very interesting discussion on the eLearning Heroes site and I thought it would be a great opportunity for me to share with you my favorite tools for storyboarding. 1- Desktop Applications Articulate Storyline As I said in that forum thread, the new Articulate Storyline is a wonderful tool to show the general structure of your courses.
Articulate Storyline Mind Maps and PowerPoint I have also used mind maps and diagrams created with a free online tool called diagram.ly and also commercial software, such as MindManager. PowerPoint diagram.ly Twine Twine Celtx Celtx 2- Free iPad Apps Drawing apps: Paper , Bamboo paper and SketchBook Express I have left the best for last. Paper. Spokeo People Search. PledgeMusic. Launch contest. To produce the perfect design, our designers need to know exactly what you're looking for. Be as specific as you can to ensure you attract as many designers as possible - it helps to stand out!
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Chief executive David Thodey said the power of the consumer is greater than ever before and Telstra is playing catch-up on customer relations. "We ourselves have about 60 people who monitor every social media site ... and you can imagine what is said about Telstra," he told a Queensland Media Club lunch in Brisbane today. Mr Thodey said complaints, such as technicians not showing up or poor network coverage, travelled fast and far with just a click of a mouse. He said Telstra was trying to reach the complainers and help them before the news spread. "If you can get ahead of that and say, 'No, we are here, we'll talk to you,' (there is) enormous change in terms of customer reaction," he said. "That is not to say that we get it right every day but we need to be far more dynamic, chat rooms etc, in terms of using this technology. " The Standard for Influence.
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