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Innovation Isn’t Always What You Think It Is

I haven’t tried to disable a zombie with a screwdriver but I have used PowerPoint for telling stories (vs. just using it as presentation software). That’s the gist (kinda) of Tom Kuhlmann’s post on rapid e-learning tools. Tom illustrates how you can extend tools – like using PowerPoint to create Flash files that can be used in other applications, using labels as clickable choices,  and using a quiz application to build a branching scenario. Innovation exists everywhere. And, as Tom notes, the innovation often comes from user communities. Are you a member of the communities for the tools you use? If not, why?

Link: Are You Getting the Most Value Out of Your Rapid E-Learning Tools? Tom Kuhlmann 10/25/11

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