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An information systems design theory for e-learning

by Academic at University of Southern Queensland on Feb 20, 2009

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A presentation on my PhD given at ANU on the 20 Feb, 2008. Provides an overview of the PhD.

A presentation on my PhD given at ANU on the 20 Feb, 2008. Provides an overview of the PhD.

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  • DonSmith61 Don Weatherbee, Corporate EHS Specialist at Benjamin Moore Oh I forgot to add, I use TechSmith's Camtasia (with a PPT plugin) to record the ePresentation out to FLV or AVI. 5 years ago
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  • DonSmith61 Don Weatherbee, Corporate EHS Specialist at Benjamin Moore Ok, was wondering. I record into CoolEdit (now called Adobe Audition) with an AKG Perception Mic - do click and pop removal, dolby C noise reduction, etc - save out each slide's narration as a seperate mp3. Attach each mp3 to each slide, and use a 1 to 2 sec slide transition in PPT. Note - I generally put a 1 to 2 sec buffer on each end of each mp3. (I have about 25 to 30 ePresentations that I've created for safety training in my job.) 5 years ago
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  • davidj David Jones, Academic at University of Southern Queensland G'day Don, have described the process I used on a blog post - http://davidtjones.wordpress.com/2009/02/22/an-isdt-for-e...

    Essentially, had one mp3 produced by iPhone/HappyTalk recorder app. Used Slideshare to synchronise slides and audio.

    Have had problems with Powerpoint narration cutting off the last couple of seconds audio per slide.
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  • DonSmith61 Don Weatherbee, Corporate EHS Specialist at Benjamin Moore Did narrate into PPT or attach individual mp3's to each slide ? 5 years ago
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  • davidj David Jones, Academic at University of Southern Queensland My apologies, the slideshare synchronisation interface appears to have a minimum time per slide (about 15 seconds). This doesn't mesh well with the approach I've taken in this presentation. In a number of places the audio and slides won't match. 5 years ago
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