#GuildChat for 03/10/17: Digital Learning Assets

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, March 10th at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is on Digital Learning Assets.

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After the objective is set and the design is in motion a learning professional most often turns their attention to digital assets.

Digital assets can be or can support the content of any elearning project. Today these assets typically include, images, audio, and video.

Knowing where to find, how to select, how to create and then how to best manage these assets is a critical skill in itself, one that goes beyond the definition of learning designer held by most outside the field.

Join us this week on #GuildChat as we tap into the Guild community for a discussion on the best practices, tips, techniques and tools to harvest and manipulate digital assets for your next elearning project.

 

Prospective questions:

Q1. What sources have you found for great inexpensive or free media assets?

Q2. What tools do you use to create your own custom media assets?

Q3. How do you decide whether to have custom media assets made or when stock assets will do?

Q4. What tricks do you have for easily customizing existing media assets?

Q5. What tips do you have for making stock media assets seem less generic or bland?

Q6. How can you go about using co-workers/colleagues in media assets “on the cheap” for your projects?

Q7. How do you approach organizing your media asset collection so it’s easy to find just what you need when you need it?

Q8. How can you reuse media assets without having them seem repetitive?

Q9. Which media type do you look to grow your expertise in using? How do you plan to go about it?

 

Missed this GuildChat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our Storify of the chat!

 

 

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