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Successful video production explored at Learning Technologies 2014

Learning Technologies Conference 2014 (29-30 January) will see two invaluable sessions on optimal training video production.


"Google is the most used search engine in the world. YouTube is the second."


says Donald H Taylor, Learning Technologies Conference chair. Most of us know this to be the case. When stuck on how to do something, step by step instructions from Youtube videos on how to solve the problem, are more often becoming our solution.


With the costs, complexity & delivery of video all becoming easier, then it is not surprising that video is becoming a mainstay of e-learning development.


We would recommend attending one of the video sessions being held at Learning Technologies this year. The two sessions are being held by Mark Copeman of 8:45 TV and Barbara Thompson from BP International. Expect to learn how to design a video learning object prior to shooting, how to create the video on a low budget and how to create an effective video learning resource.

Lectora 11 release

The long awaited arrival from Trivantis is finally here. Notable new features include extended automatic feedback options for questions and the ability to track and count user attempts. Automatic social features make embedding social media as easy as clicking a button and filling in some minor details. Improved Powerpoint importing has finally been delivered in this release. The new Lectora also takes the hassle out of Tin Can implememtation with the ability to track and record learner experiences anywhere and from multiple devices.

http://lectora.com/e-learning-software/

The 2013 Learning Technologies Exhibition

RJA attended the 2013 Learning Technologies Exhibition.


The 2013 Learning Technologies Exhibition

Date: 29-30 January 2013. Olympia 2, London

http://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/

Make sure to get the Inside Learning Technologies magasine in the run up to the UK's biggest e-learning conference. You can download this month's edition with the link below. We think that the article on Page 11 by Jane Bozarth on the top trends in social tools for e-learning would be very interesting for all people developing e-learning. So, if you would like more information on Google docs, Google+ Hangouts, Pinterest and mind mapping, then this is the article for you.

http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/847ec6ea#/847ec6ea/1

The latest lectora tips for course development

A new blog has been created by Trivantis for useful tips and tricks to add extra spice to your e-learning as well as save time.

http://lectora.com/blog/