I have been creating a range of tutorials for my YouTube channel over the last couple of weeks. Earlier this week I completed the last of my Haiku Deck tutorials. If you do not know this tool, it is an epic tool for learning and I highly recommend it. Today I was checking the stats on my YouTube channel and I have been approached by Haiku Deck themselves. They have seen what I have created and love them. They have asked if they can publish them via their own social networks and have created a playlist on their own YouTube channel of my tutorials. Great stuff.
The team at Haiku Deck had this to say about my tutorials:
"I wanted to reach out and let you know that we were all quite impressed with them and their effective balance of thoroughness and conciseness."
I call that an endorsement. You can check out the tutorials below.
Well done. I've heard of Haiku Deck and now I see it's fairly simple to use.
A question: I've been dabbling in videos for tech ed training. I'm using Snaggit, but it doesn't allow for video editing (like snipping out mistakes). I then have to upload to Movie Maker, make the changes, and then to post to YouTube. Seems like there should be a faster approach. What do you do?
Posted on Jun 20 @ 02:36 AM
David has been a specialist in the field of elearning for over 12 years. He has presented on elearning at conferences in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. His consultancy work includes education and business clients. READ MORE
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