If there’s any consistent feedback I received all year long from different parts of my PLN, it’s that I always had so much going on — not chaos or “busyness” — but a lot of things going at one time. It’s not entirely an accident. I’ve really tried this last year to wring out as […]
Okay, so I may have led you on a little bit in the previous post, expecially with the title. You WILL get some ActionScript. A lot of it. But for now let’s wrap up what we’re doing with Access as a relational database to manage a bunch of data about our curriculum maps. So, in […]
If there’s one thing I really care about for readers and followers is that you don’t just take in what I’m doing, but also “why” I’m doing it. Context is everything, so in this post will walk you through some code, but I’m really trying to let you into my head so you might understand how I model abstract problems with tools most everyone can grasp. Hopefully, as you follow along my trail, you’ll be able to pick up something useful to apply in your work.
Ever need to launch several files out of one slide as a pop-up window in Articulate Presenter? I have that need and so do a few of the Instructional Designers I work with. So after some research and review, I’ve modified the player.html file in C:\Program Files\Articulate\Presenter\players 5.0\core and I can now publish content with […]
A helpful tip, courtesy of my man, Ted.