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How to Use PowerPoint Triggers in Online Courses Effectively

If you are using PowerPoint to craft an e-Learning course, you should be using triggers throughout your entire presentation. The trigger is a powerful...

Jane Bozarth’s Designing for Accessibility

In talking about material for learners who have visual impairments, I hear people use terms like “material is accessible to screen reader software” without...

eLearning Icons – How to Use Them in Online Courses

You have most likely heard the adage, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Still, a lot of presentations are created the other way...

Top 10 PowerPoint Tips Make Your Slides Much Better

Written by: Ferry Pereboom | PPT Solutions | Professional PowerPoint CompanyThe design of your PowerPoint presentation is often underestimated. Everyone knows the saying, ‘a...

UI/UX best practices for your online courses

Michael Sheyahshe, an artist, author, developer, and technologist at alterNative Media, presents a whole series of 10 lessons on making e-Learning cool: “How To...

Tips to Develop Engaging Characters for eLearning Courses

The thing that most people remember after they put down a good book is the cast of characters. They’re able to put themselves in...

ADA, Section 508 & WCAG

Wheelchair ramps might be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the word “accessibility”. Since the world has been moving...

9 eLearning Content Types to Include in Your Training Program

Where to start? What type of end product is required? What is even feasible in the project’s time frame and budget? There are so...

Online Course Design: 6 Graphic Design Principles

Before we plunge into online course design, let’s imagine that we are at a zoo or a museum where there are classes of small...

Learning Goals and Objectives in Course Development

Have you ever sat through a training program or workshop and wondered, “What’s the point of this? Why am I here?” If so, then...

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