Recording Live Presentations With Open Source Tools

The world can use good information on open source tools for creating learning content. Antoine Thomas (@ttione) has a great three piece series at opensource.com that covers how to record or live stream

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Hide Desktop Icons For Screen Recordings in macOS

Reading an IconLogic post about hiding desktop icons on a Windows machine has me wondering about how to do the same for macOS. Doing this is a bit more intimidating than it is in Windows because the quickest

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Mobile Learning Reality Check

During a #GuildChat a while back Kristen HaydenSafdie  (@KristenLearning)  made what I think is an insightful point about where people consume learning content. Where we consume different types of content

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Free Books for Learning Javascript

Before you can start to use javascript in e-learning projects you need to understand the basics of the javascript language itself.  Here is a list of resources that will help you to learn the parts

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Mind the (learning) gap 2

In the original Mind the (learning) gap post I discussed how it seemed that online tutorials often skip steps.  This is frustrating to me as it makes things appear to be simple but you end up struggling

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Slow Down

I’ve been listening to a lot of audio tracks for instructional use lately and I’ve noticed that so many of them are way too fast.  I know that the speaker is trying to stay light and conversational

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Mind the (learning) gap

This tweet is dead on and it applies to just about any tutorial, not just programming examples.  So many times I’ve been able to follow along with a basic tutorial only to find that when I want

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