Two New Video Tutorials from Idealware

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Our content partners at Idealware have just launched a new series of video tutorials for nonprofits. There are two tutorials so far: Facebook vs. Twitter and Constituent Chaos. These short tutorials are full of great information. According to Idealware, the eLearning Library will eventually be a paid service, but these first installments are available for free as a pilot (email address required).

Create Dynamic Online Trainings: Webinar Recap

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and produces the Ask Idealware video tutorial series. He also described turning slideshows into interactive tutorials. eLearning Online Seminar Training cloud video cloud computing nonprofits webinars nonprofit online training Idealware online meeting tutorial screencast slideshowTechSoup hosted a webinar about how to Create Dynamic Online Trainings on July 26.

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The Impact of E-Learning on Organizations

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You can look up how to do a task, such as an Microsoft Excel formula or an effect in Adobe Photoshop instantly via instructional sites or tutorial videos on YouTube. eLearning Training tstrainandlearn report Does your organization partake in any e-learning?

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Create Dynamic Online Trainings: Upcoming Webinar on July 26

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Lately TechSoup has been making a significant effort to create video tutorials and screen captures for a variety of topics relevant to our audience. These videos have included tutorials on the Microsoft Software Donation Program and TechSoup eligibility and registration processes. Subsequently, we've gotten lots of questions about how best to create effective online tutorials, screen captures, and courses.

E-Readers for Everyone: Teaching Tips Webinar

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Many libraries offer tutorials, in-person classes, and drop-in labs on how to use e-books. Digital Divide eLearning Event Online Seminar Training library libraries nonprofits webinars nonprofit education online training e-book tablet literacy e-readerMore than three-quarters of the nation's public libraries offer e-books, but most Americans don't know that this service is provided by their local library.

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