James R. Anderson III, PhD

Teacher, Consultant, and Volunteer in Superior, Wisconsin

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Camtasia to the Max! At Lectora User Conference 2014

These are the materials from my session at the Lectoral User Conference 2014 held in Los Angeles, CA.  The session was titled: Camtasia to the Max! Engaging and Interactive Videos. In this session we discussed: using hot spots to navigate through… Continue Reading →

How to Embed #Screencasting Content into #Elearning #Lectora #Adobe #ASTDTK13

At ASTD TechKnowledge 2013… Matt Pierce from TechSmith and I will be presenting two sessions on screencasting for training and performance support.  As we have limited time during these sessions, we have two quick tutorials on exporting Camtasia video files, and… Continue Reading →

Lectora User Conference 2012, Creating Scenario Based eLearning (handouts)

Handouts from my session on Creating Scenario Based eLearning. Download

Presenting at 2012 #Lectora User Conference: Creating Scenario Based Training with Snap! by Lectora

I'll be presenting onThursday, May 24h, 2012 at 11:00 AM – Creating Scenario Based Training with Snap! by Lectora.  This will be at the 2012 Lectora User Conference in Chicago (Marriott on Michigan Avenue). This session will be held in… Continue Reading →

So You Want to Create Rapid #eLearning in Snap! by #Lectora? part3 (final)

The third and final installment of my guest post on the Snap! by Lectora rapid eLearning blog: So You Want to Create Rapid e-Learning in Snap! by Lectora? (Part 3)

So You Want to Create Rapid #eLearning in Snap! by #Lectora? part2

Part two of my guest post on the Snap! by Lectora Rapid eLearning blog: Here: So You Want to Create Rapid #eLearning in Snap! by #Lectora? part2

So You Want to Create Rapid #eLearning in Snap! by #Lectora? part1

Part 1 of my guest blog post on the Lectora eLearning blog can be found here:  So You Want to Create Rapid e-Learning in Snap! by Lectora?

Save/Publish #Snap by #Lectora Survey to #Google Docs

Are you a Snap! by Lectora user?  Snap! offers quiz and survey modules for integration into your published documents.  However, if you don't have access to a database, the ability to save and aggregate survey data can be difficult.  Below… Continue Reading →

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