I’ve been exploring Photoshop CC 2019 and its new features and want to share some tips that are new and some oldies but goodies. I’m going to limit this post to fonts but will post about other features in future posts. Font Search: Searching for a font can be a pain, if like me, you … Continue reading A Font By Any Other Name
Today, I want to share another method I used to make the information more interesting. The software is Sparkol VideoScribe.
In preparing for a talk I’m giving the week of the 24th at a conference, I started looking at the different programs I use to create interactive learning. I wanted to have a few examples to share rather than just talking about it or showing screen shots with PowerPoint. At the same time, I was … Continue reading Learning can be fun – really!
Recently, I was asked to give a talk on PowerPoint 2016. It's what our staff uses, or at least what they have on their computers. In order to get up to date on the program I did some courses on LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com). I was blown away by some of the options available that … Continue reading PowerPoint 2016 – Who Knew?
As we started the new school year, I got several questions about adding a PowerPoint (or other presentation software) with voice over to a course/YouTube for free/cheap easily and of good quality. I’ve talked about video before, but feel it is a good idea to visit again. Here are some options that are available to … Continue reading Recording your PowerPoint