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Free Resources for eLearning designers and content developers

Here is our latest and updated collection of links to free resources available to spice and jazz up your content. We’ve scoured far and wide, near and close, to provide a list of destinations we have at the top of our bookmarks for all things creative. There may be some overlaps, and some of the …

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July Newsletter

Welcome to our July Newsletter. In this month’s newsletter you’ll read about: Our upcoming Adobe Captivate training in both Brisbane & Sydney and our exclusive 2 for 1 offer! Musings from Diana Thurgood on connecting with the audience of your learning designs. How to go about getting started in the L&D industry – advice from John Stericker. …

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June Newsletter

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Welcome to our June 2018 Newsletter! Can you believe we are halfway through the year!? Our team have been fortunate to attend a couple of professional development events during May. Pete Napier attended the From Order Taker to Performance Partner workshop, and Shai travelled to New Zealand for the NZATD Conference. In this month’s newsletter you’ll also read …

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May Newsletter

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In this month’s newsletter you’ll learn about: – Four major new features in Adobe Captivate 2017 Update 1 release – Our next free webinar on how to create your very own eLearning Portfolio – Latest industry news and events including details of the NZATD’s annual conference, A11y talks, Fishbowl discussions and a new book from …

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7 More Tips for Mobile Learning That Works

Hi Everyone, Back again! Here are the next 7 tips for Designing Mobile Learning That works. I’m not preaching that these “are THE tips” but these are definitely tips that I’ve used to approach our mobile learning projects. Tip #8 Don’t forget about accessibility Of course, there’s plenty of information out there regarding accessibility, so I …

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Storyboards in eLearning

If or when to storyboard At the beginning of an eLearning project, the storyboarding process can often be overlooked or bypassed completely, especially if other documentation already exists. User guides, PowerPoint decks and training manuals may be considered as substitutes for a storyboard. We might also think “I can’t draw, so there is no point in story-boarding” …

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Learning Ipsum

Lorem Ipsum is traditionally used as filler text to allow designers to show what text elements will look like in a finished design. Replacing meaningful content with placeholder text allows designers to design the form of the content before the content itself has been produced. We have created our own version of lorum Ipsum called Learning …

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