Lynda.com - Captivate Projects Mobile and Responsive Design-ELOHiM | 1.057 GB Genre : e-Learning
Get techniques for creating and publishing mobile-friendly, interactive Captivate projects in this course with Anastasia McCune. Anastasia shows how to incorporate mobile compatibility into existing projects, adding gesture support and geolocation features while replacing nonresponsive elements with actions and other alternative design elements. Then she demonstrates how to design a responsive mobile project from scratch, using the new project type in Captivate 8, and plays around with the fun new possibilities mobile offers. Finally, learn how to simultaneously publish projects for web, mobile, and LMS destinations
Lynda.com - Leading and Working in Teams-ELOHiM | 202 MB Genre : e-Learning
Organizations thrive, or fail to thrive, based on how well the teams within those organizations work. What does it take to create a high-performing team? Based on her years of research working with high-performing teams across different industries, Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson reveals how high performance arises when teams are encouraged to take risks, fail, and learn from those small failures, a process she calls "teaming." In this course, she outlines what leaders can do to create the right environment for teaming and explains the responsibilities of individual team members to speak up, collaborate experiment, and reflect
Lynda.com - Up and Running with the Standard PHP Library | 405 MB Genre: e-Learning
The Standard PHP Library (SPL) is a collection of useful classes for traversing, filtering, and sorting data and objects. One of its main features is the iterator, which provide easy access to arrays, trees, and directory listings. In this course, David Powers reviews using these iterators to explore the file system, and combining iterators in order to edit and manage specific types of files. He'll show how to load XML and JSON data, convert arrays into nested lists, and work with data structures such as doubly linked lists, queues, and heaps. Start learning how to put SPL into practice, and extend the power of your PHP applications.
Companies spend more than $2 trillion on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) every year, yet over 70 percent of these growth measures fail. In this course, professor and M&A expert Tim Galpin first explains why mergers and acquisitions occur, why they fail, and how to avoid making common mistakes. He then helps you craft your M&A strategy and outlines the eight stages of a merger. Finally, because integration is critical to M&A success, Galpin explains how to create work streams to ensure efficiency, and how you can measure whether your efforts have been successful.
Lynda.com - Making Business Projections | 211 MB Genre: e-Learning
Estimating future financial performance plays a big part in the life of start-ups and corporations large and small. By looking ahead, companies can proactively manage changes. Start-ups can use projections to build business plans and raise capital. This course is about making those financial projections: not by predicting the future, but by learning from past performance. Rudolph Rosenberg shares the techniques used by financial planning professionals to build robust financial projections using Microsoft Excel. He shows how to combine two approaches—bottom up and top down—into a well-rounded projection that will help you analyze revenue and expenses, anticipate changes, and incorporate company goals in a realistic picture of your company's future.
Sometimes the best designs start offline—where there's no Cmd+Z. Dirk Fowler, graphic designer, professor, and poster maker, invites us into his studio, among the quiet clacking of his letterpress machines, to watch the work that goes into his simple yet evocative poster designs for musicians like Jeff Tweedy and Miranda Lambert. Dirk explains why things that are handcrafted are less likely to end up in the trash, and reveals the satisfaction he gets from making things with his hands every day.
Lynda.com - Photoshop CC for Photographers Intermediate UPDATED COURSE-ELOHiM | 3.426 GB Genre: E-Learning
This installment of Photoshop CC for Photographers goes beyond the basics and focuses on the features and techniques that will dramatically improve your photographs and maximize your efficiency. Photographer and teacher Chris Orwig first illustrates the strengths of Bridge, the Adobe Photoshop companion program, as an organizational tool and a device for batch processing photographs. He then moves on to mastering Photoshop, starting with layers—targeting, moving, and merging them with greater speed and efficiency. Then learn how to make better selections, refine their edges, and paint in adjustments, as well as increase the color accuracy of your images with Levels and Curves. Plus, learn to work with blending modes, apply creative color effects, and use the Burn and Dodge tools to improve contrast—a classic photographic technique updated for the digital age. Chris also covers correcting perspective and distortion, creating photo composites and panoramas, and working with DSLR video in Photoshop.
Lynda.com - SEO for Local Visibility-ELOHiM | 532 MB Genre: E-Learning
Search engine optimization (SEO) is crucial to the success of every business, and this course will help businesses of all sizes achieve maximum local visibility on search engines like Google. First, get an overview of the local landscape, tips for evaluating and optimizing your site, and advice on setting up analytics to track before-and-after results. Author Brad Batesole also shows how to acquire crucial local citations, get accurately listed in key Internet directories, and make sure your name, address, and phone (NAP) information is consistent across the web.
Use data to point your classroom in the right direction. Learn how to collect and analyze student data and truly measure learning. Riyaz Gayasaddin explores setting class goals and tracking the results with tools such as the Excel Mastery Tracker, included for free with this course. He then walks through gathering and analyzing the data, and using it to strategically plan reteaching and remediation efforts. Plus, learn how to get buy-in and share your plan with students and their parents.