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Articulate Storyline and Articulate Studio training @ TechTotal

Artic­u­late Sto­ry­line and Artic­u­late Stu­dio train­ing @ Tech­To­tal, Hyder­abad and Bangalore

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Articulate Training @ TechTotal

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Dos and Don’ts of Instruction Design

chill­i­breeze writer — Chithra Uppili
What does instruc­tional design­ing mean? It’s the art of com­bin­ing tra­di­tional teach­ing meth­ods with time tested learn­ing the­o­ries for cre­at­ing courses to empower the learner. Instruc­tional Design forms the ful­crum of any online course. The suc­cess of any edu­ca­tional design lies in the strong foun­da­tion that the instruc­tional designer lays in […]

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Camtasia Studio 7 is Here!

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The Instructional Design Process

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PowerPoint 2010– New Features

Pow­er­Point 2010 is so much awaited, and it’s great to know that Microsoft

has unwrapped some infor­ma­tion on what’s new in this upcom­ing release of the world’s lead­ing pre­sen­ta­tion program.

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Adobe Captivate 5 New Features

Adobe Cap­ti­vate 5 is packed with a lot of new and very inter­est­ing fea­tures and func­tion­al­ity.  Here is an overview of those I find most interesting.

The new GUI
Adobe Cap­ti­vate 5 has a brand new Graph­i­cal User Inter­face that resem­bles the other Adobe prod­ucts like Pho­to­Shop and Flash.
Mas­ter Slides
Just like with MicroSoft Pow­er­Point it is now pos­si­ble to […]

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Six Thinking Hats: A concept developed by Edward de Bono

Joyshri Choud­hury
“Six Think­ing Hats” is a pow­er­ful tech­nique that helps you look at impor­tant deci­sions from a num­ber of dif­fer­ent per­spec­tives as an indi­vid­ual or in group dis­cus­sion. . It helps you make bet­ter deci­sions by push­ing you to move out­side your habit­ual ways of think­ing.
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