My You Tube Channel and Twitter Feed

My You Tube Channel and Twitter Feed, This is where you will find new tutorials posted as I answer questions and experiment with Captivate and Camtasia. I am finding Twitter really interesting. I know it is mostly seen as a social tool – but I am finding it a good way of getting information on developments and news by interesting people and companies.

YouTube

My You Tube Channel

This is where you will find new tutorials posted as I answer questions and experiment with Captivate and Camtasia. Continue reading “My You Tube Channel and Twitter Feed”

What makes good courseware?

For office applications, the smorgasbord structure can be fine. In this approach the manual covers a list of features appropriate to the level.

For more complex software, I find courseware that follows the process of using the software to do a task is better. This is a major weakness of much of the Dreamweaver and Acrobat courseware I have encountered. The successful use of this approach is why I use and recommend of the Captivate work books by IconLogic

Some initials thoughts discussing what I look for in courseware.

Motivated to write this because the quality of available courseware is uneven and it has come up a few times recently in discussion with colleagues. I am writing this from the trainers perspective. To my colleagues who write courseware, I’ll apologise in advance if I don’t use the right terminology. Continue reading “What makes good courseware?”

Links and Resources

Added two pages with links and resources for Dreamweaver and Captivate.

Folks

Added two pages with links and resources for Dreamweaver and Captivate. Continue reading “Links and Resources”

Captivate – Removing the Captivate logo from the skins

This is a question that has come up on Captivate Courses – How do I remove the Captivate logo from the skins

This is a question that has come up on Captivate courses – How do I remove the Captivate logo from the skins. Continue reading “Captivate – Removing the Captivate logo from the skins”