• 5 big applications of screencasting

    5 Big Applications of Screencasting

    Screencasting is the act of recording the computer screen for sharing idea and spreading knowledge. In a screencast, the presenter records all the actions taken place along with their effects to show others how to complete a designed task or how to work with a particular software. The truth is that with a hundred of […]

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  • 5 mistakes in using video eLearning

    5 Mistakes in Using Video eLearning

    The use of videos in eLearning has proven a learning burst for online courses. Visual demonstrations such as images or videos reinforce the core material and make things more memorable for learners. However, without proper preparation and caution, instructors would stand a great chance of misuse this powerful media tool. This infographic indicates 5 mistakes you might make […]

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  • synchronous-asynchronous-elearning

    Synchronous and Asynchronous eLearning Infographic

    eLearning, as we know today, has been through a long period of technology advanced transformation with two characteristically different forms: Synchronous and Asynchronous eLearning. Both of them have their own pros and cons that suit distinguished preferences of learners. This infographic explains what they are and how to decide which approach to follow.   What […]

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  • choosing templates for eLearning courses

    Choosing Templates for eLearning Courses Infographic

    When it comes to an eLearning course, the optimization of the template will make it more professional and visually appealing. Using templates for eLearning courses is, definitely, a perfect jumpstart for those who want to set up a course with an accelerated outcome and reduced time spent. So, what are the characteristics that make templates so desirable? […]

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  • preparation before screencast

    5 Step Preparation Before a Screencast Infographic

    There are many reasons that lead you to sitting down and creating a screencast. It might be for an eLearning course, a video demonstration or a software simulation. No matter what the reasons are, with variety numbers of screencast software available, making a screencast is not difficult. However, make it stunning and engaging is in another […]

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  • SCORM & SCORM-compliant courses in online elearning environment

    Either you are a teacher, a course creator or an elearning professional, when reading this article; probably you have heard or read about SCORM (abbreviation for Sharable Content Object Reference Model) somewhere. What exactly it is? Is it necessary in online elearning? How to create good SCORM-compliant courses? This article will explain about SCORM, SCORM-compliant elearning courses, and the role of it in online elearning so anyone could have an overview about them. What is SCORM?Definition from Wikipedia: SCORM is a collection of standards and specifications for web-based elearning. It defines communications between client side content and a host system called the run-time environment, which is commonly supported by a learning management system (LMS). SCORM also defines how content may be packaged into a transferable ZIP file called "Package Interchange Format".

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