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Old Nov 27, 2004, 6:03 PM   #1
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Hi all.

I recently signed up with http://www.photographytips.com .. the decent part is that the author of the site was honest about the need to pay a small fee to subscribe.. Usually I rather go for free resources..Im a cheapo... :blah:
But It does has some really useful stuff there...

Am planning on joining up with http://www.nyiphoto.ca (as Im in Canada) or the US counterpart http://www.nyip.com as I would like to pursue photography and at the end get recognized - with a Diploma for it.. the beauty of learning online or thru correspondence is appealing to me.. I also checked out Education Direct - Thomson Learning http://www.educationdirect.com- but the NYI does look good..
Also came across this site http://www.mlkstudios.com/WWL/ which also also reasonably priced...

Any comments concerning the distance education courses would be appreciated .


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Old Nov 27, 2004, 6:16 PM   #2
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I am a BIG advocate of "distance" education for adults. I teach multimedia at a college and a trade school, as well as technical writing, project management methodologies, business communications, business ethics, and courses in access and excel.

I ->ALWAYS<- author something - even if it's an on-line pretest, to help students by creating a "blended" learning environment. It really helps them... do doubt.

Eventually, I want to move in this direction (on-line distance learning authoring...)

Go for it... you won't regret it.
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Old Nov 27, 2004, 6:24 PM   #3
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Thanks Nick for the encouragement of distant learning.

I see that you are professionally well versed..

Maybe these tools will aid for you to start online tutorials..I used to do a couple of tutes for Flash - Swish ... with some other buddies.. and found these softwares

ideal..

1. RoboDemo.. Now called Captivate

http://www.macromedia.com/software/c...ures/brz_tour/



2. Camtasia Studio

http://www.techsmith.com/products/st...our/record.asp

Of course there are some other ways to make a tutorial online via flash ..but can be time consuming..






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I can paint and glue things. And a pretty darn good colorer too...:?
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Old Nov 27, 2004, 10:46 PM   #5
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I can paint and glue things. And a pretty darn good colorer too...:?
Do you use edible crayons? It's tough to stay inside the lines if you're eating the crayons! Tends to get your fingers messy, too.


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