Record and Share Your Training Videos with Preso #175

Informal Training Videos in E-Learning: Challenge | Recap

As course designers, it’s important to have a variety of training solutions in your toolkit. This means being able to identify when to design something simple and informal and when a project needs a more custom, performance-based solution..

That's what’s so cool about Preso. While Preso's not as robust as Storyline or even Studio, Preso’s simplicity makes it an ideal just-in-time e-learning tool. It can also help course creators break out of the “e-learning course” mindset. Let’s take a look at a few examples.

How to Create a Pallet

Need to stack some items? Who doesn’t, right? Learn how to build a simple wooden pallet for home and office use in this Preso training video from Tom Kuhlmann.

How to Create a Pallet

Click here to view the Preso example | Tom Kuhlmann

How to Create Special Effects with Affinity Photo

Learn how to create the popular sketch effect using a regular photo in this quick tutorial from Paul Alders.

How to Create Special Effects with Affinity Photo

Click here to view the Preso example | Paul Alders

Negotiating Highways and Interchanges

In this short Preso training video, you’ll learn the essential driving techniques you’ll need for driving on U.S. highways and interchanges.

Negotiating Highways and Interchanges

Click here to view the Preso example | Learn more |  Trina Rimmer

Challenge of the Week

This week, your challenge is to create an informal training or explainer video. You can share your example on your blog, website, or Articulate Review if you’d like feedback from your fellow community members.


Last Week’s Challenge:

Before you record your Preso training video, check out the JavaScript word and phrase generator examples shared in last week’s e-learning challenge:

JavaScript Phrase Generators in E-Learning #174:

JavaScript Phrase Generators in E-Learning #174: Challenge | Recap

Wishing you a great week, E-Learning Heroes!

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