Heartland E-learning Conference - Resources Posted Tuesday, March 08, 2011 at 12:42 PM

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Heartland E-learning Conference - Resources

I'm in Oklahoma this week for the Heartland E-learning Conference. So far, it's been an amazing conference and a great opportunity to talk shop with current — and future — Articulate users.

 

I thought it could be useful to share some resources from yesterday's conversations for the benefit of others who might be interested in those topics. The topics centered around three common themes:

 

  1. Quizzing feedback
  2. Social Media in courses
  3. Academic elearning examples

 

Can I incorporate social media into my elearning courses?

It was no surprise that social media was one of the biggest topics at the conference. There were a lot of questions around integrating social media activities into online lectures, presentations and courses. The good news? Presenter '09's Web Objects makes that possible.

 

Here are some ways to combine social media with your elearning courses.

 

Social Media:

How can I provide feedback in Quizmaker?

Feedback is an essential component to the learning process, so it makes sense that it would be such a popular topic at this event. With Quizmaker, you can provide learners feedback based on their questions or answers. You can further customize the feedback with supporting graphics, audio recordings and even video.

 

Providing feedback in Quizmaker:
The following tutorials are part of our Articulate Products tutorials.

Screencast tutorials on Quizmaker feedback:

Creative feedback examples:

Audio feedback:

How are schools using Articulate? Do you have any academic examples I can share with my department?

Yes! In fact, just a couple weeks ago, users shared academic examples of courses created in Articulate. Here are some highlights from the discussion.

 

Conference resources and session presentation page: view and download

View the Heartland E-learning Conference page

 

 

 

Post written by David Anderson

 

 

3 comments so far

Lizzie Scott

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Posted Wednesday, March 09, 2011 at 11:41 AM

Dave- do you have a tutorial on how to create a folded paper effect ( the corner of the paper is folded over)?

User Rank David Anderson

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Posted Wednesday, March 09, 2011 at 1:13 PM

Hi Lizzie! I don't have one but here's one Jeanette put together: http://screenr.com/eFt

Is that what you had in mind? If you're thinking of something different, let me know and I'll put one together:-)

Lizzie Scott

2 posts

Posted Wednesday, March 09, 2011 at 1:33 PM

Thanks David and (Jeanette), This is exactly what I was looking for!