TechComm handy resources: Free images

We all strive to bring our projects to life with high-resolution images that inspire, excite, and propel audience to action. But where do you find high contrast images rich in beautiful detail that can make your project memorable and inspiring?

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TechComm handy resources: Free fonts

From a TechComm newbie to a well-experienced pro, we all have hundreds of useful resources saved to our browser bookmarks, read-it-later apps, and bookmark managers. The series of posts TechComm handy resources is a humble try to organize my resources into a single easily accessible depository.

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Evaluating the effectiveness of your e-learning

Having planned your e-learning thoroughlywith the analysis of the training needs, audience, and tasks, storyboarding and prototyping, content creation and testingit might cross your mind that publishing your course is actually THE END. Not that fast, my friend! Have you evaluated the effectiveness of your e-learning yet?

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Here are a few techniques to check if your e-learning is effective:

  • Kirkpatrick Model
  • ADDIE Model
  • Learnability Framework

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Going Beyond Traditional eLearning Authoring Tools

We are all well aware of such leaders in the eLearning authoring industry as Adobe Captivate, Articulate StorylineLectora Inspire, and TechSmith Camtasia, but there are plenty of other eLearning authoring tools that can help you blaze a trail in the field. In this post, we’ll dwell on three very different tools worth giving a shot.

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Glossary for Newbie eLearning Developers

My previous article was about choosing the right eLearning authoring tool. But now comes the hardest part—starting to work with it, even if you worked with similar tools before. Here is a short glossary of general and tool-specific terms to help you get eLearning done in leaps and bounds. The tools covered in my glossary include Adobe Captivate, Articulate StorylineLectora Inspire, and TechSmith Camtasia.

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