The saying that all PowerPoint developers should keep in mind is, “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.” A presentation full of awesome features, animations, colors, and fonts doesn’t always make a good presentation. Here are 6 simple things that will improve your presentation and benefit your audience.
Whether you're writing an ebook, report, or document, Word is known as the easiest and quickest option to start writing without any complexity. It's not the best option however when it comes to delivery. Your document deserves a much better look and feel, not to mention a touch of interactivity.
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With their simple utility, cork boards are an almost natural symbol of displaying and organizing information. As such, they make for a great skeuomorph in the context of eLearning. Learners can drag and drop elements and “pin” them in place to create a more physical and concrete experience.
Because PowerPoint has been around for such a long time (almost 28 years), they have been able to create features and integrate options that allow presenters and now some eLearning professionals to create content effectively. Let's take a look at 6 underutilized features in PowerPoint.
Yesterday was the Summer Solstice, the astronomical event when the tilt of Earth’s axis is most directly pointed towards the sun. With the days having reached their peak length, I’m often asked by my friends, “How do I make the most out of these long summer days?” To that, I simply answer with the obvious, “Download as many Lectora Templates as you can get your hands on!"
We all love Articulate Storyline, but one of the few features missing is the ability to create “emphasis” animations. Storyline provides tons of options for Entrance and Exit animations. But what if you need to draw the learner’s attention to an object in between entrance and exit?
Delving into learners' opinions, needs, and wants helps you understand their behaviors, so you can offer better learning experiences. In this article we'll look at why you should take advantage of authoring tools with inbuilt survey tools to gather information and opinions from learners.