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Great Adobe Photoshop Training – All Free – This Week!

Great Adobe Photoshop Training – All Free – This Week!

CreativeLive is offering great Photoshop training for both beginners and advanced designers all for free this week. Check it out! If you miss it live during the day, you can catch the sessions again during the evening or buy a DVD later that contains all the sessions.

My Favorite e-Learning Infographics

My Favorite e-Learning Infographics

Christopher Pappas posted links to 10 Awesome Infographics About e-Learning. I looked at all ten and here are the three I liked best.

#DevLearn-GS5: Dayna Steele – 101 Ways to Rock for Success

#DevLearn-GS5: Dayna Steele – 101 Ways to Rock for Success

Dayna provided a number of techniques to make us more successful in life.

#DevLearn-704: Designing eLearning that Gains and Keeps Learner Attention

#DevLearn-704: Designing eLearning that Gains and Keeps Learner Attention

Dan provided a variety of techniques and examples to show how we can gain and keep our learner’s attention.

#DevLearn-607: Methods for Designing Serious Games

#DevLearn-607: Methods for Designing Serious Games

Dexter and Geoff discussed a variety of methods for developing serious games, and introduced the audience to their now-free game engine.

#DevLearn-409: Soft-Skills Simulations – A Road Map for Success

#DevLearn-409: Soft-Skills Simulations – A Road Map for Success

Frito-Lay built a compelling soft-skills simulation using mostly-traditional branching techniques and Articulate Storyline.

#DevLearn-313: A New Agile Model – Leaving ADDIE Behind

#DevLearn-313: A New Agile Model – Leaving ADDIE Behind

Michael discussed the reasons why we should replace the ADDIE model with Successive Approximation, and how Successive Approximation improves the learning experience.

#DevLearn-212: Taking Video to the Next Level

#DevLearn-212: Taking Video to the Next Level

Mark tells simple stories through his videos and uses compelling, entertaining characters to tell them.

#DevLearn-113: Applying the Magic of Hollywood to e-Learning

#DevLearn-113: Applying the Magic of Hollywood to e-Learning

Tom argued for higher production values and shorter trainings that more fully engage our learners.

#DevLearn-GS1: Jon Landau – Innovation in Avatar and What Lies Ahead

#DevLearn-GS1: Jon Landau – Innovation in Avatar and What Lies Ahead

Jon Landau made the case for innovation in e-learning, and also discussed the need to generate an emotional reaction.

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