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Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn
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Nebraska Trainer's Institute eLearning Presentaiotn

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This presentation covered a few eLearning development tools as well as some mLearning Strategies. It was delivered during a ASTD Nebraska 2012 Trainer's Institute session.

This presentation covered a few eLearning development tools as well as some mLearning Strategies. It was delivered during a ASTD Nebraska 2012 Trainer's Institute session.

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  • 1. Working With eLearning SoftwareDustin Tauer :: Easel Solutionshttp://easel.adobeconnect.com/ti @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 2. Dustin TauerDeveloper (11 years) Instructor (7 years) Web :: Mobile :: eLearning@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 3. Easel Solutions Training • Design, Web, Mobile, eLearning, Strategy, Social, etc. Customized Training Consulting Adobe Connect We like finding solutions @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 4. The Plan4 hours of eLearning goodnessBreak about 3:00pm @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 5. The Plan• Talk about tools• eLearning/mLearning Tips• Hands on with Captivate 6 @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 6. Got Questions?Interrupt me :: Use chat pod :: Set status @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 7. Adobe CaptivateHelps you rapidly author a wide range ofinteractive eLearning and HTML5-basedmLearning content. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 8. A few quick Captivate features Record your screen  Themes • Demonstrations, Simul  Special Effects ations, and • Reflections, Styles, etc Assessments  Quizzing Import PowerPoint  SCORM and AICC Slides Compliant Interactions  Multi-format • Roll- publishing overs, zooming, charts, widgets, etc.  Mobile-friendly* Seamless branching www.adobe.com/captivate workflows Easily add audio and video @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 9. Adobe PresenterCommunicate more effectively with engagingvideos and interactive presentations created inMicrosoft PowerPoint. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 10. A few quick Presenter features Author in PowerPoint  Themes Easily add audio and  Special Effects video • Reflections, Styles, etc Interactions  Quizzing • Roll-overs, zooming,  SCORM and AICC charts, widgets, etc. Compliant • Actors  Multi-format publishing Video Creator  Mobile-friendly* • 4-button video production adobe.com/products/presenter @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 11. mLearningeLearning gone mobile @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 12. The ProblemUsers want eLearning on a mobiledevice @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 13. The Real ProblemUsers want eLearning on a mobile devicethat does not support Flash @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 14. Solution OnePublish content targeting a specificdevice or platform @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 15. Solution TwoPublish content that works everywhere (noFlash) @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 16. Let’s talk about Flash@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 17. 11/09/2011: Adobe said,“We will no longer continue to developFlash Player in the browser to workwith new mobile devices” @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 18. What it meansAdobe is no longer developing newversions of the Flash Player formobile web browsers @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 19. What the media heardAdobe is giving up on mobile devicesand the Flash Player is dead. Anyonestill using Flash is stupid. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 20. Conclusion?Adobe stopped developing plugins for amedium nobody is using. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 21. Conclusion?Nothing is changing @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 22. Flash and eLearningeLearning is heavily reliant on Flash. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 23. Flash and mLearningDo we have to learn new tools? No!*Abandon our existing courses? No! @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 24. mLearningCreate content that fits the user.Don’t ask the users to fit the content. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 25. HTML5The elephant in the room @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 26. “Just build it in HTML5” ( Sigh )@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 27. HTML5 does not equal MobileHTML5 is a set of features added to HTMLthat give websites additional/consistentfunctionality.HTML5 = HTML + CSS + JavaScript @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 28. HTML5 does not equal MobileMobile browser evolve faster thandesktop browser and support more HTML5features. It’s still a work in progress. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 29. Mobile is hardSo is devising an mLearning strategy. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 30. Do you need mLearning?Ask yourself a few easy questions. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 31. Who’s getting mobile devices?NEED MOBILE LEARNING DON’T NEED MOBILE LEARNING General Workforce  IT • Sales  Application Developers • Marketing • Customer Service • Doctors • Engineers Senior Executives Anyone @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 32. How do they use their devices?NEED MOBILE LEARNING DON’T NEED MOBILE LEARNING Showing Product Demos  Email • Videos  Virtual • Presentations Training/Conferencing Consumption • Adobe Connect • Job Aids • Process Training • Product/Sales Guides @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 33. Designing mLearningGraphical, not instructional @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 34. Design Considerations for Mobile UI Design for immediate access Fingers, not mice • No roll-overs • Careful with “try-me” courses Touch feedback is key • Down-states Keep gestures smart and simple • Or just stick to the tap (click) Design for real hand sizes @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 35. Screens Sizes@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 36. Fingers 44px@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 37. There’s a hand behind every good finger@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 38. TabletsSame as laptops as long as yourecognize the design considerationsof touch-input @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 39. Best Stategy?Test Test Test Test Test Test Test Test TestTest Test Test Test Test Test Test Test TestTest Test Test Test Test Test Test Test Test @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 40. Adobe Presenter@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 41. Type of course Video Courses • Mixture of slides and “talking head” video • Mixture of slides and webcam video (changing a tire) • Publish as a video (not interactive) Interactive Presentation • PowerPoint on steroids • Add audio, video, interactivity, quizzes, etc. to slides • Create “self-running” presentation @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 42. Adobe PresenterDemo @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 43. Adobe CaptivateHere are a few questions to ask whenstarting a Captivate project. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 44. Question 1What type of eLearning course do youwant? @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 45. Type of course Video Demonstration • Record your screen, publish a video, no interaction Interactive Demonstration/Simulation • Screen recording, but with interactivity • “Slides” between sections of screen recording Scenario-based Training • Teaching soft-skills with lots of branching @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 46. Question 2Who is your target audience? @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 47. Audience Platforms • Web, mobile, desktop Design Considerations • Recording Dimensions (i.e. 800x600) • Size of UI controls (bigger buttons for mobile) • Themes Accessibility Requirements • Audio, Text-to-voice, Captions, etc. @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 48. Question 3What are you publishing and where are youputting it? @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 49. Publishing Publish to the web • Flash (SWF): Consistent, easy, but not mobile friendly • HTML5: Works on devices, but has limitations/inconsistencies • Video (MP4): Plays everyone, consistent, but not interactive Publish to LMS (similar to the web) • SCORM or AICC • Check LMS for supported formats Publish to the Desktop • Offline • Good for “reference courses” but not good for tracking @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 50. Task 1: Video Demo Record the screen Edit the video Add some UI elements Publish@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 51. Video Demo Perfect Screen Capture • Great for capturing animation and roll-overs Add simple UI elements • Captions, highlights, panning, zooming, etc. Can only publish a video • Not interactive @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 52. Task 1: Video Demo Record the screen Edit the video Add some UI elements Publish@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 53. Task 2: Simulations Record the screen Add additional slides Add Interactivity Publish@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 54. Simulations Screen captured as “slides” • Allows developers to “splice” in additional slides • Easier Branching • Show Me, Try Me, Test Me Interactive UI Elements • Roll-over hotspots, quizzes, etc. Many publish options @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 55. Task 2: Simulations Record the screen Add additional slides Add Interactivity Publish@dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska
  • 56. Thanks! http://blog.easelsolutions.com • Slides, Session Files, Resources http://www.adobe.com/captivate • Download a trial, tutorial, features http://blog.adobe.com/captivate • Announcements, resources, etc. http://www.youtube.com/adobeelearning • Videos! Melissa Turner (cause she’s awesome) • melissa@easelsolutions.com @dtauer :: @easelsolutions :: @ASTDNebraska

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