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Captivate Quick Tips #4 – Tidying Up Your Library

We’ve all been there. Our courses have dozens of images, animations, videos and other assets, which takes its toll on our computer’s performance and Captivate […]

Captivate Quick Tips #3 – Importing and Exporting Preferences

If you need to use the same preferences for every project, or maybe different prefferences for different types of projects, you’re in luck with the […]

LIVE STREAM – Adobe Captivate May 22, 2017

In case you missed it, here is the recording from yesterday’s Adobe Captivate Live Stream on Paul Wilson Adobe Captivate Tutorials  

Captivate Quick Tips #5 – Shortcuts

Shortcuts are a great way to speed up your development and when you get to know the main ones you can use in your day-to-day […]

What do eLearning Experts have to say about Gamification?

   I started learning seriously about gamification some time ago. When I decided to write this blog, I first thought about what I had to […]

Reflections on strategies of inclusive and engaging learning courses

1. Disruptive education – new ways of teaching and learning Getting access to information, developing new concepts of thinking and creating new approaches and scenarios to solve problems […]

LIVESTREAM on how Adobe Typekit works

Just put up a quick LIVESTREAM on some of the basics around what you can do with Adobe Typekit in Adobe Captivate (2017 release). Please […]

Practical Skills to Acquire During Your Summer Break

Summer is a fantastic time and we bet you are waiting for it impatiently. Dreaming about a trip to wonderful exotic places with palms and […]

Determining “Just Right” Digital Citizenship Lessons for Kids

Posted on May 9, 2017 by Karri Adams Before I became an instructional technology facilitator, I was an early elementary school teacher. A great portion of […]

Safety Management Categories: Nudity & Sexual Content

This is the second post in a Gaggle Speaks series on our Safety Management categories. In this post, we discuss our Nudity & Sexual Content […]

How to Use 13 Reasons Why to Spark Conversations About Teen Suicide

Posted on May 15, 2017 by Sara Keag As a high school counselor, I found it necessary to watch 13 Reasons Why, the emotional story of a […]

Is the Blue Whale Game Really Causing Kids to Kill Themselves?

Last week, our Safety Management team received a considerable number of inquiries from educators concerned about the game “Blue Whale,” which has ostensibly resulted in […]