This tutorial shows you how to create interactive e-learning courses by making the most out of Camtasia. Follow along with detailed video demonstrations covering everything you need to know to use Camtasia to create screencasts, record presentations, and develop interactive e-learning courses.
This course goes beyond the basics to teach you how to overcome challenges specific to e-learning. It starts off by introducing you to Camtasia and then digs deeper into its potential by showing you how to use its features to create compelling content for your courses. The tutorial guides you on how to plan an e-learning project with the help of storyboards, and configure default project settings. You’ll also learn how to add interactivity to your course by including quizzes, hotspots, and using SCORM to track results. Finally, you’ll learn how to “flip the classroom” to record presentations and make them available online.
About the Author
Joe Deegan is an e-learning professional and educational technology graduate student living in Sacramento, California. His specialty is designing and developing e-learning courses covering a range of topics using tools such as Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate then delivering those courses using Moodle. With years of experience in Moodle administration and e-learning course development, Joe has learned how e-learning can best be utilized to make learning programs more effective and efficient. When he’s not busy Moodling or developing an e-learning solution you can find him out on the golf course working on his golf swing, traveling with his wife, or walking his dog.