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Examples of instructional / educational websites

I have worked with some amazing people over the years. One of them is Lisa O’Reilly. Below are some examples of the work she has done which are great examples of instructional websites and specifically self-paced training. You can check

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2011 NWeLearn Conference: Recordings

South Seattle Community College has archives from the 2011 Northwest eLearn Conference posted on their website: http://sites.southseattle.edu/tlc/Home/2011nwelearnconferencerecordings Descriptions of Recorded Sessions below are outlined in this schedule (link) http://www.nwelearn.org/conference/2011/schedule.asp Advanced Angel & Angel 8.0 Jump-Start = Tegrity Recording Instructional Design

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Top 10 – The Best of eLearning

The Lectora eLearning Team compiled a list of “Top 10” resources to help inspire eLearning professionals. Check out the resources below. There are some good ones. How to Build Your Graphic Design Toolbox Find the latest design and development tools

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Free HTML5 and CSS Tutorials

Here are a list of HTML5 and CSS tutorials for absolute beginners. You can view the entire list here. Or check out the most viewed videos: Creating Your First HTML5 Web Page – 02 Series Introduction – 01 Styling Your First HTML5

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Free Digital Media Tutorials

KDMC has a ton of digital media tutorials posted on their website that are worth checking out.

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Creating a Contact Form

I am always trying to find an easy way to create a custom contact form in Dreamweaver. This 2 part tutorial is the best tutorial I have found on how to do this: Please upgrade your browser You can access

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Jing vs. Camtasia: Choosing the right screencasting tool

I got an email the other day from a colleague asking which was better — Jing or Camtasia?  Then later that day, a faculty member stopped by and wanted to talk  about whether she should upgrade from Jing to Camtasia.

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