All posts by Jenise Cook

How to Enjoy the Most Popular eLearning Posts on the eLearning Blog

Hello! Good to see you today.

As of this post’s date, we’re busy working, learning, exploring, and ramping up for some new adventures. Yes, we’re still doing (and able to take on new) client work. I’m just not blogging much this year. I’ll return to blogging as I do love this communication venue.

Until then, here’s a list of links to some of the most frequently visited posts on this blog.

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How to Use Camtasia to Show Your Work – User Guide Sample

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I have a user guide document up on Issuu.com (select this text to view the PDF in Issuu), and I decided to add that technical writing sample to my YouTube Channel’s online Portfolio Playlist.

I used TechSmith’s Camtasia to record the screen as I “flipped” through the pages on Issuu.com

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Please Complete My Survey for Estimating Training Time and Costs

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How to Estimate Training Time and Costs (select here to read the blog post)

It amazes me how a blog post I wrote in 2010 continues to top the Stats in my WordPress Dashboard. After five (5) years, it’s the most popular blog post on my site.

I need your help so I can help my readers (including you).

Please select the link above to read the blog post (or, read it again), and then select the SurveyMonkey link at the top of the post’s page to answer 10 brief and easy questions.

Thank you!

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How to Use a Slider for Interactive Language Learning

Screen shot of Learn the Seasons e-learning sampleAdjunct professors in academia or instructors in corporate settings of English as a Second Language (ESL) courses often look for instructional methods that will help their adult learners maintain a positive Affective Filter when acquiring skills in a language new to the learners.

Whew! That’s a mouthful. What do I mean? Let me show you a sample…. Continue reading How to Use a Slider for Interactive Language Learning

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