Yes, So followed the AGM. Did the Webinar. Downlaoded Xerte.
Now trying to build more than a Power Point Slide Show.
Odd that, the very first effort I made to create a piece of learning was called 'How to make a slide presentation'. I shot it on Sony Reel-to-Reel kit - I was 17.
Page turning, next clicking ... we moved on in the early 1990s with interactive DVD.
It frequently feels that we go two steps forward, then seven back.
I look at some online learning and think - 'Give me a pop-up book'! It would be better.
I'm yet to see or experience anything as engaging as an Audi engine in 3D interactive animation as part of a tool for training mechanics.
There is rich e-learning ... and poor e-learning.
I'm hard to please - judging this stuff for a national panel every decade does this to you.
You expect the extraordinary at every turn, but it very rarely is.
The simplest way to get extraordinary?
Ditch the tricksy technology and hire a brilliant speaker.
P.S. I don't call the OU tricksy - I call it effective. It works. What I expect in e-training is something a bit more inspired.