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How to edit a recommendation that you have submitted to a colleague before they accept it. Useful if someone asks you to make a few changes to the recommendation.
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A Learning Media Mashup is a course that contains any combination of text, graphics, audio, video and animation combined from existing files to create a new course. Utilizing the digital assets you already have is the way of the future, and Ignite 4 Professional makes it easy for you to create and share your own Learning Media Mashups!
Ignite 4 makes it easy for you to create and share rapid e-Learning from screencasts! You can easily capture screenshots, add voiceovers, add Closed Captioning text, and even combine them with videos, digital images, and PowerPoint slides! Creating effective demonstrations and simulations has never been easier!
Ignite 4 makes it easy for you to create Rapid e-Learning courses for delivery over the web, CD and even from your organization's SCORM Learning Management System! You can easily narrate your slides with your voice, add music, and even combine them with videos, webcam video and screenshots!
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Tutorial to support placement of math fonts on your computer so that common assessments are viewable and printable with the correct symbols.