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Eric Beckman

Instructional design for scenarios: sample and useful tool - 7 views

    Description and review of Twine, a tool for creating branching scenarios
Dennis OConnor

» Here's How I Built That PowerPoint E-Learning Template The Rapid eLearning ... - 0 views

  • ’ve gotten a lot of emails about the template I used in the Dump the Drone demo.  So I’m going to show you how I built it (all inside PowerPoint) and then I’ll show you some tricks that will make it easier for you to build your own elearning courses.
    PowerPoint 2007 how to create stand alone e-learning objects with branching and choice. Linked to Articulate Presenter
Dennis OConnor

Here's How You Can Get Past Click & Read E-Learning - Articulate - Word of Mouth Blog - 0 views

  • In an earlier post, I showed you how to build scenarios using the branching and locking features in Presenter ‘09. It’s pretty easy to do. Once you get a handle on how to use those features, the question is, “How can I apply this to my elearning course?”
    Articulate's presenter used as a way of creating stand alone e-learing scenarios. Good info on branching scenarios
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