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3 Strategies for Effective Nonprofit E-Learning

The Nerdy NonProfit

Here are a few ideas we would use to create relatable courses in this scenario: Scenery and visuals that reflect the organization. Examples, questions, and scenarios that reflect what the learner will encounter. Language and conversations that reflect the learner’s experience.

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How Nonprofit Staff Training Is Evolving Due to COVID-19

Top Nonprofits

Here are a few tips to keep in mind when doing so: Use background scenery and visuals that are reflective of your organization. Use language and conversations that are reflective of what learners will encounter. Amy started with Artisan as a contract writer/instructional designer.


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Technorati Tag Bookmarklet: The Screencast

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The timing errors make it more of a comedy than an instructional video, but you have to start somewhere. Some immediate reflections on screencasting while it is fresh in my head. Screencasting (and the software) has three functions: storyboarding, production, editing. So look out for more formal reflections about process, particularly on the art of screencasting, along with reviews for some of the tools, both free and expensive.

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Flickr As Presentation Tool: Screencast #2

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

After seeing Nancy White's experiment and discovering Amit Agarwal's excellent instructions for. The instructions from Digital Inspiration were fantastic, but I made a few newbie mistakes that took me more time and were a little frustrating: 1.) Some reflections on my screencast creation process: -I need to learn how to edit out a word in my over and replace it with the correct word. I created a storyboard with small scenes. View the Screencast here.