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December 21, 2015 176 Free Video Tutorials to help you learn Adobe Photoshop CC inShare8 In this Adobe Photoshop CC training course, you will learn how to use the worlds most popular graphics and photo editing software. This training is designed for the absolute beginner, and you will learn Adobe Photoshop CC from the ground up, with no prior experience required. This training course breaks down the features and tools of Adobe Photoshop CC into easily understood parts, increasing your ability to understand and retain the information. With 176 Tutorial Videos and almost 13 hours of instruction in this Adobe Photoshop CC tutorial, you will learn more than can be possibly listed here! Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons. These tutorials have lifetime access and you can learn them at your own pace. Certificate of Completion now available. November 18, 2015 Getting Started with Adobe Captivate Prime – Uploading your Learners inShare3 inShare1 Related:  e-learningAdobe Captivate

Devenir concepteur pédagogique e-learning - cycle certifiant Objectifs de la formation Etre capable de mettre en oeuvre et de gérer un dispositif digital learning. Savoir piloter le projet et formaliser les cahiers des charge. Choisir les outils de développement permettant de mettre en oeuvre l'approche pédagogique souhaitée. Module 1 : Mettre en oeuvre un dispositif FOAD Les grands principes de la formation à distance Les principaux courants et modalités pédagogiques Les caractéristiques de la formation à distance et du e-learning Les avantages et limites de la formation à distance et du e-learning Le rôle de l'humain : la fonction tutorale Différencier rapid-learning, e-learning, blended-learning social-learning, micro-learning, mobile-learning L’influence des nouvelles formes narratives : les cas de la BD interactive, du webdoc et du transmédia Les spécificités de la gestion de projet de formation à distance Les livrables courants (note de cadrage, cahier des charges, plannings ...) La BD interactive Le webdoc Le transmédia

Adobe Captivate 8 : 5 nouveautés majeures et notre retour utilisateur Il y a quelques semaines, Adobe a mis à jour son logiciel auteur pour le e-learning : le logiciel Captivate. Cette 8ème version du nom est décrite par Adobe comme une mise à jour qui réinvente la manière de créer un e-learning interactif afin de s’adapter à tous les types de terminaux utilisés d’aujourd’hui . Le moins que l’on puisse dire, c’est que les mots sont forts ! Cette nouvelle version de Captivate fait la part belle à ce que nous appelons le « responsive desgin ». Qu’avons-nous pensé de cette mise à jour après plusieurs semaines d’utilisation ? Découvrez notre tour d’horizon et notre impression générale sur Captivate 8. Sommaire : 1. 1. A. Derrière cet anglicisme se cache la manière dont s’adapte un site web ou une application. Si nous prenons par exemple le site que vous consultez actuellement, essayez de redimensionner la fenêtre de votre navigateur dans sa largeur. B. C’est un fait ! C. Dans sa version Française, Captivate nomme cette fonctionnalité « projet réactif ». D. E. F.

8 Powerful iPad Apps That Support Inquiry-based Learning December 8, 2015 Inquiry-based learning is a constructive, dialogic and student-centred learning strategy that uses questions as a locomotive for learning. And as we have argued elsewhere, inquiry-based learning is radically different from traditional modes of learning where much of the focus is placed on things such as drills, memorization and rote learning. In inquiry-based learning, students are driven by a sense of curiosity in an investigative process that involves posing questions and exploring different learning paths. In today’s post, we are sharing with you some excellent iPad apps that support the ethos of inquiry based learning. For web tools that support inquiry-based learning check out this page. 1- Explain Everything Explain Everything is an excellent interactive screen casting whiteboard that students can use to create video tutorials and explanatory guides to share with others. 2- Penultimate 3- Ideament (Formerly Idea Sketch) 4- Haiku Deck 5- Tellagami 6- Aurasma

Adobe Captivate Resources Fall For These eLearning Resources Starbucks has released the Pumpkin Spice Latte (“PSL” for those in the know), which means fall is here, whether it feels like it outside or not. To get you into that fall mood, we picked out a few resources from the Template Library that pair well with pumpkin... read more Webinar: Elevating eLearning Design Bullet points. read more eLearning Brothers Acquires AMERICAN FORK, UTAH AUGUST 08, 2017 eLearning Brothers announced today that it has acquired privately-held, a premier stock photography company that focuses on high-quality images. eLearning Brothers will be assuming the current operations worldwide... read more Put a Cork in It! Whether it's in the hallway of a university, hanging in a local coffee shop, or just on the wall of your family's kitchen, cork boards are a tried-and-true method of displaying information in a conspicuous and accessible place. read more read more read more

Des capsules avec une animation de "main qui dessine" - Padagogie Ce sont des logiciels accessibles via Internet, et donc en soi facile d’accès. Il n’y a rien à installer, mais uniquement à gérer une inscription avec un identifiant et un mot de passe pour retrouver vos créations. En gros ces programmes permettent de répondre aux mêmes attentes, mais on verra qu’ils présentent des particularités et qu’il faudra choisir en fonction de vos attentes. Ils permettent une mise en mouvement de textes et d’images fixes avec des effets d’animation : écriture, effet dessiné ou dépôt par une main. Avec ces outils, l’utilisateur dispose de bibliothèques de modèles, d’images, de décors et de musiques variées. Il est parfois possible d’enrichir les bibliothèques avec des médias personnels, mais à part dans Explee, les possibilités d’animer ces médias seront limitées. Ce qui est super avec ces logiciels, c’est surtout la main qui dessine et qui écrit. Si on prend par animation, l’effet « main qui dessine » est un petit peu différent selon les programmes :

Adobe Captivate 8 review | CP Guru - Adobe Captivate Widgets Today Adobe Captivate 8 was released. In this post I’m going give you a high level overview of what’s new in Adobe Captivate 8 as well as my view of the product. I participated in the beta test of Adobe Captivate 8 so I have been playing around with Captivate 8 for a while now. Major changes in Adobe Captivate 8: There are two significant changes in Adobe Captivate 8 which pretty much defines what this release is about. The first one is the UI changes. The new Adobe Captivate 8 splash screen Hey where did the timeline go? The second major change is of course the new Responsive Project capability. Desktop, Tablet and Mobile Break Points in Adobe Captivate 8 You’ll work as you always have in Adobe Captivate designing a single version (break point). Adobe Captivate 8 comes with ready-made responsive themes so you can get started right away using one of the built in themes. I will be writing a more in-depth article about the new Responsive Project features in Adobe Captivate 8.

How to Determine the Real Cost of e-Learning Programs "Costing e-Learning is much like peeling an onion... there are many layers, they don’t ever seem to end, and sometimes it really smells. ... if you understand the variables involved in determining costs you can take the magic right out of the process. Don’t be misled that it’s easy though; there are a lot of variables to consider!" “How much is it going to cost?” asked the project manager. “Well, it isn’t that simple!” was my pained response. But it’s just not that simple! Costing e-Learning is much like peeling an onion... there are many layers, they don’t ever seem to end, and sometimes it really smells. So how do you determine the cost of an e-Learning Program? A Blended Cost approach is to take all hourly rates and average them into one rate and then multiply the total expected hours by this number. TABLE 1: Blended Cost TABLE 2: Actual Cost An Actual Cost approach takes into account the hours each role is expected to use. individual. Got a headache yet? The Project Team Content Summary

New to eLearning? Try Adobe Captivate 8! inShare5 Guest post by Coline Son Lee, Principal & Learning Strategist at Everest CS, Orange County, CA How Adobe has broken the entry barrier to developing eLearning with a more powerful and responsive product! As an eLearning developer, I am often asked by others considering making the leap from developing instructor-led training (ILT) to eLearning what is the “best” tool to learn/use. My response isn’t usually a simple one. A Robust Tool That Sets You Up for Success! To help them understand my recommendation I use the analogy that using Captivate is like driving a “stick shift” or manual transmission car. Captivate 8’s Street Cred On May 20th, 2014 Adobe released its latest iteration of its flagship eLearning development tool, Captivate 8. Enough of the grandstanding – let’s get on with why a beginner should take the plunge and embrace Captivate 8. Not everyone has fallen in love with this change. Captivate 8’s New UI Makes It Easier to Get Started! So what can Captivate 8 do for you?

Are You Ready for Responsive E-Learning Design? | Content Development December.10.2015 By: Ruby Spencer In 2014, 20 percent of the world’s population owned a tablet device, with a growth rate of 30 percent from 2013. Desktop computers and laptops are predicted to lose popularity from 2016 onward as tablet sales soar, according to a forecast for global shipments of tablets, laptops and desktop PCs from 2010 to 2019. Until recently, companies needed to have a different website version for every device, which became increasingly complex, not to mention expensive, as more devices and technologies popped up, such as Android, iPhones and Kindles, to name a few. This was until the birth of responsive design, which uses HTML5 coding language to allow a single build to display and function on multiple devices, including desktop computers, tablets and smartphones. With screen real estate increasing, it seems that mobile devices might be ready to provide a sound e-learning experience. 1. 2. 3. Check the capabilities of your current authoring tool. 4.

Medical Templates Had a Momentous Month Medical Templates had another momentous month in October! We decided to add tons of new Medical Templates to the Library that will save you piles of time. With the majority of the new additions being Medical Templates, we added 200+ Medical Cutout People Images and three new Adobe Captivate Course Starter Templates. There is a lot of amazing stuff here! Take a moment and see how awesome these eLearning Templates are in the post below. Click on the images to learn more. Instant downloads for paid subscribers and medical template subscribers. Note: To access Medical Library, you must be a Medical Edition subscriber. Cutout People Images Adobe Captivate Templates Medical Templates Note: These templates are available for download for all current Template Library subscribers.

Produire un module e-learning, étape par étape Si vous démarrez dans le e-learning, vous cherchez sans doute un processus simple pour produire des modules. La réalité est que chacun suit sa propre méthode et qu’en fonction des paramètres du projet (son ampleur, le budget qui lui est alloué, le temps que vous avez à y consacrer et le nombre d’acteurs impliqués, par exemple) le processus peut varier. Je vous propose ci-après un processus qui fonctionne bien pour moi, et qui peut être facilement adapté à vos besoins. Étape 1 : discussion avec le client Quand vous démarrez un projet e-learning, la première chose à faire est d’identifier pourquoi le client (que ce soit un client interne ou externe) souhaite développer le ou les modules. Discutez avec votre client pour fixer les paramètres du projet, c’est-à-dire : À ce stade, vous pouvez également demander à votre client de vous donner accès à tout le contenu existant sur le sujet du module pour que vous ayez un point de départ. Étape 2 : recueil et organisation du contenu

26 Free Adobe Captivate 8 Video Tutorials In this article, you will find 26 Free Adobe Captivate Video Tutorials that highlight the various functionalities of Adobe Captivate 8. Adobe Captivate 8 is one of the top eLearning Authoring Tools because it allows you to create responsive eLearning courses easily and conveniently. Adobe Captivate 8 is a powerful software that will help you create interactive eLearning courses suitable for any device. eLearning professionals can develop mobile learning without programming using all-new responsive authoring. They can also use an intuitive UI to transform PowerPoint presentations into engaging eLearning using actors, voices, interactions, and quizzes. Introduction to Adobe Captivate 8 Learn about the basic functionalities of Adobe Captivate 8. Develop any-screen responsive mobile learning without programming. I highly encourage you to share this list with people interested to learn how to use Adobe Captivate 8! Get 2 Free eBooks Get the eLearning Industry's Articles in your inbox.

Comment prendre des photos d’arrière-plan pour vos modules e-learning ? Les gens nous demandent souvent comment améliorer le design de leurs diapositives. Bien sûr, il n’y a pas une seule bonne réponse à cette question, mais l’un des moyens les plus simples consiste à créer un bon arrière-plan. Créez un bon arrière-plan Vous n’avez pas besoin d’être photographe professionnel pour prendre des photos de qualité suffisante à utiliser comme arrière-plan. La plupart des smartphones aujourd’hui ont un appareil photo intégré qui prend des photos de bonne qualité. Le secret est dans la post-production, lorsque vous pouvez ajouter des filtres et des effets. À gauche : image originale ; À droite : image rognée avec un filtre de floutage De « bof » à « ooh la la ! Pour illustrer à quel point cette transformation est simple, prenons comme exemple cette photo prise avec un iPhone. La première étape dans la transformation consiste à rogner et à redresser l’image. Ensuite, appliquez un filtre. On constate une nette amélioration par rapport à la photo originale, non ?

How to Insert eLearning Cutout People Videos in Captivate 8 I’m going to show you how to use our eLearning Cutout People Videos in Adobe Captivate 8. With Captivate 8, it allows you to make two types of projects, blank projects or responsive projects. By the end of this tutorial, you’re going to know how to use our eLearning Cutout People Videos, how to insert other types of videos, and how to make good video decisions in your next Captivate 8 course. Again, one way to insert video is creating a blank project or the other is a responsive project. Insert eLearning Cutout People Videos into a Blank Project Upload .FLV file formats to have transparent backgrounds. Insert eLearning Cutout People Videos into a Responsive Project In responsive projects you want to upload .MP4 files to work with responsive design. Check out the video below to learn how to create awesome eLearning Cutout People Videos: Insert Video Cutouts into Captivate 8 (Watch the video on YouTube.) Get eLearning Cutout People