Learning is more than Flash interactions. Transfering and transforming information into strategic skills, knowledge and performance is more than instructional design. Too often we use ADDIE and elearning like a defibrillator— perhaps rescuing the organization during the current "crisis," but doing little or nothing in terms of the big picture planning for preparation, ongoing "treatment", […]
I just checked the Macromedia area of Rapid Intake website and saw that CourseBuilder for Dreamweaver 8 is now available for download. As a reader observed in my earlier post about the CourseBuilder beta, this release makes CourseBuilder compatible with Dreamweaver 8, but does not offer new functionality (yet?).
Adobe (as Macromedia) selected Rapid Intake to oversee the future of CourseBuilder and the Flash Learning Interactions. A beta version of CourseBuilder for Dreamweaver 8 is now available from the Rapid Intake website. Updates are summarized here, (text repeated below for convenience): CourseBuilder for Dreamweaver 8 BETA release: We have completed internal development and QA […]
Just after I wrote about the Flash Lite 2 and the related Flash 8 update, I found out that a Dreamweaver update is available: Scott Fegette: Dreamweaver 8.0.1 Updater Available: “Attention, Dreamweaver-wranglers- you can download the Dreamweaver 8.0.1 updater for Mac and Windows ASAP from the Dreamweaver Support Center, which addresses many reported issues with […]
Briefly, Dreamweaver 8 wins hands down. This is a follow-up to my earlier post about tools from PortableApps.com. I really wanted to like and use Nvu, since I’ve come to love Firefox and Thunderbird. Nvu has the right pedigree, extensibility, speed, rendering and more. Nvu just isn’t as fully featured as it need to be […]
In case you missed reading it at my official Macromedia blog (Elearning Moving Forward), I have moved on from Adobe. December 9, 2005 was officially my last day. Hopefully Silke Fleischer (and others?) will continue the Elearning Blog in my absence. I just got a new laptop today and I can’t wait get started on […]
My official Macromedia blog moved. The new URL is: http://weblogs.macromedia.com/tking/ New RSS feeds are: RSS 1.0 -http://weblogs.macromedia.com/tking/index.rdf RSS 2.0 – http://weblogs.macromedia.com/tking/index.xml Atom – http://weblogs.macromedia.com/tking/atom.xml
Now I’ve gone and done it. Macromedia decided that my anecdote and pun-laden posts are worthy of an official Macromedia blog. — http://www.markme.com/tking/ I copied almost everything that I posted from here over to the new URL. I still have to figure out how to add my own links for standards, events, etc. Being “official” […]