I recently finished teaching a course called EDTEC 700 - eLearning Development Tools. It was an instructor led course with two 8 hour sessions. I’ve linked to silent versions of 3 of my presentations as well as the prototypes and tutorials that the students created using Adobe Captivate and the Articulate Studio.
Here’s the slides from our [...]
Yesterday afternoon was the EDTEC Alumni Conference. It’s always so great to reconnect with other alums.
My session, 2 Great Tastes that Taste Great Together/Rapid eLearning with Articulate and Adobe Captivate, went well. It was the first presentation I gave where I had an audience in person, and through Ustream. I had about 12 people [...]
I’ve been meaning to point others to one of my favorite new resources, Jane’s eLearning Pick of the Day. From Jane I’ve learned about all kinds of great web services.. usually free, and typically awesome. I don’t know how she finds the things she does, but I’m glad she’s out there.
My favorite link from the past few [...]
In 2004, I took my first instructional design course. It was my second semester in my masters program, and I was eager to show off my skills. The class had each student paired with a client. On the first night of class, 20 potential clients came in to pitch their projects to the 15 or [...]
In a former life I wasn’t an eLearning consultant, I was an English teacher living in Taiwan. While I was there, I studied martial arts, and ran an English tutoring business named Speakeasy.I used to do a lesson with my private students called the ABC Ba Gua. The Ba Gua is this Taoist [...]
As a reader, I hate it when I have to update any of my feeds.
So as the author of this blog I apologize. Speakeasydesigns.com is the new home page of this site, and the new feed is feed://www.speakeasydesigns.com/?feed=rss2.
If you read this blog via RSS, and would like to continue doing so, please make the update. [...]