In light of recent events such as Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain's apparent suicides, I wanted to take a moment and talk about depression and mental health within our own industry of learning and design…
In this tutorial, I introduce a couple of easy advanced actions that you can add to this project. These advanced actions will return your learners not only to the slide they were on but to the exact position on that slide as well.
In this video tutorial, I will show you how to set up a slide that isn't part of the regular navigation of your course. This slide will instead be accessed from any other slide in your project using a small icon in the corner. This is useful if you want an optional page that includes course instructions, or perhaps a special help page that learners can only access if they need it.
Many of you may be attending the Adobe Learning Summit in Las Vegas for the first time this fall. You may also be undecided if you want to go. In this eLearning Livestream, I'm going to talk about my experience as a presenter but more importantly, I will be discussing my experience as an attendee. I can give you some hints and tips for making it a truly rewarding and productive experience. Also, I will answer any questions in the live chat.
Adobe recently gave the community a facelift. As a frequent contributor, I found this a little jarring. The items I was used to using were no longer in the usual location. I've forced myself to learn the new site, and I thought I would share my thoughts.
Good news. I've successfully completed my Certified Online Training Professional Certificate. I want to share my experience with all of you if you are considering getting this valuable certification.