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Presents the levels of Bloom's Taxonomy, defines them, lists sample verbs, and describes sample behaviors.

http://www.edpsycinteractive.org/topics/cognition/bloom.html

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Transform slides into online courses. Create, narrate, and annotate presentation-based courses in PowerPoint with Articulate Presenter.

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Camtasia helps you create professional videos without having to be a video pro. Easily record your screen movements and actions, or import HD video from a camera or other source. Customize and edit content on both Mac and Windows platforms, and share your videos with viewers on nearly any device.

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Designed by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Training Manager James Basore, and until very recently hosted by him, his interactive tool to create learning objectives based upon Bloom’s Taxonomy was lauded by the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence, the University of Central Florida, and of course, Arizona State University.

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SoftChalk Cloud makes it easy to create, manage and share engaging e-learning content.
  • SoftChalk Cloud allows educators to personalize and transform existing course materials into interactive and engaging eLearning content with minimal time, effort and resources.
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Adobe Captivate software reimagines the way interactive eLearning is created for a multi-device world. Develop any-screen mobile learning without programming using all-new responsive authoring. Now use an intuitive UI to transform PowerPoint presentations into engaging eLearning using actors, voices, interactions, and quizzes. Leverage best-in-class HTML5 publishing to deliver any content to mobile devices, the web, desktops, and leading LMSs. 

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Salsa promotes the achievement of the following Quality Matters standards:

  • GS1: Instructor and student responsibilities and expectations in "Policies" section.
  • GS2: Learning Outcomes created with built-in action verbs are measurable.
  • GS3: Grading items, points and scale in "Grades" section.
  • GS8: HTML documents with accessible semantic structure.

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The Salsa project website

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