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A Quick Dive Into Camtasia 9 and eLearning Brothers Camtasia Templates

The long wait is over, and the New Camtasia 9 was released today! In addition to the 8 things we learned about it when they announced the new editing software, we are excited about a few additional things. First of all, all of the Camtasia 8 templates made by... read more

Missing Captivate Quiz Buttons? We Can Fix It

In their most recent update to Captivate 9.0.2, Adobe made many fantastic changes. They sped up the load and publish time for Captivate projects, they amped up the Assets tool and they provided a link to the new Captivate community. However, one change they made... read more

Getting Started with Assets in Captivate 9.0.2

If you use Captivate 9, you may have noticed that Adobe pushed out a new update (9.0.2) last week. This update contains several improvements to the functionality and usability of Captivate 9. For a complete breakdown of these improvements, you can click here. One of... read more

3 Free International Cutout People

We’ve been making efforts lately to diversify the selection in our Cutout People Library. To that effect, last month we announced our addition of more than 20,000 new cutouts to the library. These new characters come from three different photo shoots in China,... read more

Free Assets to Improve Your eLearning

In early February, the eLearning community was privileged to hear from Dr. Allen Partridge, a senior eLearning evangelist for Adobe, through a webinar titled “Integrating free games, graphics, interactions to make your eLearning more engaging”. In it, Dr.... read more

Freebie Friday: 3 Stock Video Templates

When it comes to video eLearning, it is a cardinal sin to not take advantage of the medium. That’s not to say you treat it like a cheap 3D movie and throw objects toward the camera just because you can. But they call them “motion” pictures for a... read more

Freebie Friday: 3 Awesome Stock Assets

Not everyone has a million-dollar budget when it comes to eLearning, or any other multimedia endeavor for that matter. It’s sad but true that sometimes our vision surpasses our abilities. That’s why stock assets are so important. They add a touch of... read more

Freebie Friday: Free Common Craft Video

Plagiarism is one of those tough topics for a number of up-and-coming writers. There is definitely a fine line between your own, well-researched conclusions and the ideas that you have researched but were written up by another. This Freebie Friday, we want to help... read more

Free Articulate Storyline 2 Templates

Do you want Free Articulate Storyline 2 Templates? Then you have come to the right place. We have over 20 free Articulate Storyline-compatible assets just for you. Also, if you didn’t know, we have over 300 Articulate Storyline templates for full-access members,... read more

Freebie Friday: Cutout People Video

You’ve come to know and love our cutout people images as a staple of your eLearning courses. It’s great to have a character you can plop into the middle of any scene or situation. That’s the value of alpha channels: the ability to selectively add... read more

Freebie Friday: PowerPoint Cutaway Template

If you are anything like me, you probably enjoyed dissecting interesting objects as a kid. When I was 11, much to my parents’ chagrin, I learned just by experience just how many machines in my home could be easily taken apart with a Phillips head screwdriver. I... read more

Freebie Friday: Ghost Chaser Flash Game

Behold, mere mortals… a Flash game so fun it’s scary! Subject your bloodshot eyes and trembling fingers to this Halloween-themed eLearning game! There’s something strange in your neighborhood–a hoard of ghosts. Time to hop into your muscle car... read more

Freebie Friday: Cutout Character Nash

  This week we’re featuring this pose of our cutout character Nash. He’s a construction worker with a reflective vest, gloves, a hardhat, and just a hint of a wry smile. His face and body language plainly ask the learner, “Well, are you ready... read more

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