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101 Tools and Techniques for Creating Your Own Low-Cost, High-Quality Images
8:15 AM - 9:30 AM Wednesday, January 30
The ever-increasing availability of cloud-based applications and other free tools makes it easier than ever to create and develop visuals that don’t cost a bundle for your learning experiences. Shrinking budgets and constrained resources don’t have to be such a worry, as there are now many tools and resources available for you to use to create and edit your own images.
This session will focus in on some of the most popular, robust, and useful free tools available that will help you to produce images for your projects quickly and easily. We’ll explore tips, tricks, and practical applications for many of these tools, as well as some of the drawbacks to using free versions.
In this session, you will learn:
- What free tools and resources you can use for finding, capturing, and editing images to use in your eLearning
- The pros and cons of these free tools
- Techniques to get the most from these tools to edit your images
- How to identify free tools that will provide the biggest impact to your budget
Education Technology Specialist
Southlake Regional Health Centre
Tracy Parish is an education technology specialist for a Regional Health Centre. She has a diverse educational background of computer programming, adult educational training, eLearning design and development leading to an instructional design career. Tracy has over 12 years of experience including face-to-face and online instructional design, development, and project management, as well as LMS implementation and administration. Her work involves collaboration with various hospital SMEs leading to the creation of an extensive catalog of content for staff and patients. Tracy is an active Articulate Community Hero, co-host of the Toronto Storyline User Group, and the social media/marketing director for the Canadian Elearning Conference.