March 09, 2012 10:59 AM
Last month, our myBrainshark users were invited to use their blogs to post reviews of their myBrainshark experiences as part of our February “Share the Love” contest. Bloggers who participated were entered into a 10-prize drawing with 1 first prize award of $250 cash and 9 second place awards of 50 Sharkbucks each (for use in purchasing wonderful Brainshark and SlideShark items at our online store!) Thank you so much to all of the bloggers who submitted entries! The review...
March 08, 2012 03:02 PM
Here is the recap of our last Office Hours Session focusing on compliance content. This review covers the full scope of compliance content from the creation process to analysis.
Creating dynamic content
Utilizing guest books
Security and viewer options
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Keep in mind that the attachments tab of the presentation also holds some valuable resources to help you along y...
March 08, 2012 10:39 AM
I helped push to get our company onboard with the idea of Brainshark for creating training presentations. It took a while to get the corporate license purchased, which includes a secure repository and logins for BSC employees.
The benefit of using Brainshark is tremendous and has helped me build a project management and software tool deployment strategy. I’m able to communicate in rich web content that includes voice, video, animations, screen captures etc., creating a p...
March 07, 2012 09:36 AM
In a recent Brainshark webinar, Marsh Makstein of eSlide shared 10 of his favorite PowerPoint production tips for creating more effective business presentations. One of the topics he covered centered on PowerPoint animations, and some of the ways they can be used to enhance your message without going overboard.
As PowerPoint has evolved over the years, new features have been added for more powerful animations that in the past may have required some external video programs to generate....
March 06, 2012 09:51 AM
Some of us may have been taught this life lesson at an early age. Whether it is toys, food, or Brainsharks, sharing is a way for us to spread our material presence to others in the hope that they will benefit from something in the same way that we have. On that note, we recently received a question from one of our myBrainshark users that we wanted to take a moment to respond to.
Is it possible to use Brainshark for mass distribution via email? In other words, can I ...