When you’re opening an online business, there are certain steps to follow to give the greatest possible chance of succeeding.
The first step is finding what people want and then fulfilling that need. That doesn’t mean that you find a certain product that people desire, but rather a market in which you’ll be able to compete and fulfill the desires of people. People in a certain market are on the…Continue
Added by Anne Brown on March 31, 2016 at 4:47am — No Comments
The absolute majority of web designers even now, some twenty years after digital technologies became really widespread and ubiquitous, is self-taught. Some have previous design education, some don’t.
Yet ask any artist or another representative or creative profession, and he will tell you that one of the most important things for them is to start as young as…Continue
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While working withAdobe Captivate, if animation and the demonstration do not play in sync, what can we do to resolve this problem?
Let me share the solution I got while exploring many options in the tool. When you insert animation in the form of SWF file in to your captivate project, many a times it loses its synchronization with the rest of the project. Even if you have created the animation in flash in sync with the voiceover, the pace difference in playing the slides is…Continue
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Instructional design and technology is a…Continue
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This June in Las Vegas, EduComm brings together top
thought leaders, innovators, and speakers to present, discuss, and navigate the
unprecedented challenges and opportunities shaping the future of higher
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Let's get right to it: most designs for classroom technology are based on a 20-year old paradigm of furniture, cables and pipes (and lots of equipment). While continuing to
replicate these dinosaurs may serve to ensure job security (for now), this
model requires heavy infrastructure that
adds cost and locks the room into a rigid floorplan that does not support
progressive teaching and learning practice.
This week, Joe Schuch delivers…Continue
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Ten Core Principles for Designing Effective Learning Environments:
Insights from Brain Research and Pedagogical Theory
by Judith V.…
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