E-Learning with PowerPoint

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SNAG-2216.png “The fact is that while most organizations have an abundance of content and information assets, they are rarely used effectively or efficiently for the creation of e-Learning content.”

Even with the best PowerPoint to Flash software on the market, coupled with the Rapid E-Learning Template Kit, design is still a critical element of creating compelling and effective e-learning. No one can deny that.

Next week — Thursday, July 13 and Friday, July 14 — The eLearning Guild is hosting an online symposium, Converting Classroom & PowerPoint Content to e-Learning, which brings together in a series of sessions a number of instructional design experts and your online training development peers.

Some of the featured sessions include titles like these:

  • PowerPoint: The Basis for Everything! 27 Great Tips for e-Learning
  • Rapid Conversion of Classroom Training to Performance-focused e-Learning
  • What Works When There’s No Time for “Best Practices”: Lessons Learned in Rapid PowerPoint to e-Learning Development
  • Successfully Transitioning Classroom Content to Online Interactivity

Registration for this event is open now, so make the most of your investment in Articulate products with sound course design and effective content development.

Then share your work with me, and you might just see your brilliant design featured on this blog.

2 responses to “E-Learning with PowerPoint”


Will the online event be recorded for later viewing ?

Pete_R // Posted at 3:11 am on July 7th, 2006

Hi Pete-

I suspect not, but you might want to double-check with The eLearning Guild. Take a look at their contact page.

Gabe Anderson // Posted at 9:47 am on July 7th, 2006

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