You’d Be Surprised at PowerPoint’s Power

During the ASTD Baton Rouge Webinar “PowerPoint’s No Longer a Slide Show Freak” on October 25, Tom Kuhlmann of Articulate noted that PowerPoint 2010 includes an option to save a presentation file in Windows Media Video format. I had not been aware of this and found his remark extremely interesting. This evening I tested the […]

Finally “Getting” Twitter

Facebook. Twitter. YouTube. LinkedIn. Vimeo. Scribd. The number of social media tools continues to grow, and if you’re not using at least one, you’re in the minority. I certainly can’t say I’ve tried an outstanding number of social media tools, but I have joined the most popular, such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. A couple […]

Rapid e-Learning Rocks

Rapid e-learning software fascinates me. Only recently did I begin to really look at such software as a possible solution to the training needs of my current employer, and I am more impressed than I ever thought I’d be. The applications I’ve been researching—Articulate and iSpring Presenter—rely on Microsoft PowerPoint as an authoring tool rather […]