There are many different Adobe software paths to arrive at eLearning units. How do I decide which is the right path?
I have video + slide show + instructions + form + rubric. In other words, I have a bunch of materials that I am developing. How best to package them for distribution to students and other teachers?
Do I create an InDesign interactive document, embed all of the pieces and publish it? DPS?
Do I create a self-contained website using Dreamweaver or Muse containing embeds and links to the information (forms central=essay responses & quizzes, captivate=quizzes, software demos, slide shows)?
Do I create an Acrobat portfolio with the individual components?
Which is the best solution? All can be accessed from any device, right?
I think this is the most perplexing thing I face when I first embark on a large learning unit that I want to present digitally.
Please - feedback. Hope I made my confusion clear.
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