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Blunder: a stupid or careless mistake. Alternative words: mistake, error, gaffe, fault, slip, oversight, inaccuracy, botch. This post was inspired by David Anderson’s eLearning challenge: Death, Taxes and E-Learning Mistakes. The purpose of the challenge was to highlight blunders found in eLearning courses and Articulate Community members provided many great examples of what not to do.
I wanted to bring these examples together and share them here (just in case you haven’t seen the challenge). I’ve taken the blunders identified and grouped them into categories. Layout: Double branding of screens. Split attention (having to combine information together to make sense of it). ‘Previous’ button on the first slide and ‘Next’ button on the last slide.
Many different backgrounds. All slide space filled. No contrast. No reuse of design elements (e.g. titles are all different). Poor positioning of screen elements. Menu items in the wrong order. Terrible, eye-searing colour scheme. No way to exit a layer. Text: Skype in the classroom - Skype in the classroom.
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April 14, 2014 By: Louise Sharrar and Paula Bigatel in Online Education The rapid growth and popularity of online learning is necessitating the creation of online courses that actively engage learners. Research has shown that effective integration of multimedia that is content relevant and pedagogically sound can be a valuable teaching tool for facilitating student learning (Mandernach, 2009). In the Master of Finance program at Penn State World Campus, one of the faculty who teaches a very successful, popular foundational course was tasked with authoring an online course. The Re-Design Process – Delivering the Content The re-design process involved adapting the interactivity inherent in the face-to-face course to the online course. We also considered matters such as video length, titles, and flexibility. Secondly, online practice activities and formative/summative assessments were similar to the activities used in the face-to-face classroom. Rate the overall quality of this course.
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Hence the title of this post. Adobe Captivate 5.5: Quizzes To Write Home About. By Kevin Siegel You've always been able to create quizzes with Captivate. Of course, over the years the quiz features have gotten better and better. However, if you've spent any time with the quiz feature in Captivate 5, you are probably a bit disappointed with how bad some of the text formatting features are. For instance, when you add a multiple choice question slide, something simple like aligning the text horizontally is a real challenge.
You'll be happy to hear that all is well in the new Adobe Captivate 5.5... and then some. I've spent some time playing with question slides and it appears that the text formatting issues that plagued Captivate 5 are a thing of the past. Nice! For instance, when your learners take a quiz published with Captivate 5.5, the answers now include some cool rollover effects that provide some nice feedback just before the learner selects an answer. When learners review a Captivate 5.5 quiz, another great new feature will reveal itself. Interaction Builder.