San Clemente, CA (PRWEB) January 30, 2008
PresenterNet, provider of online interactive Web presentation applications, today announced publication of "The PresenterNet Online Learning Delivery Guide". This new publication offers detailed descriptions of online training methods currently implemented by PresenterNet users. The guide is available at http://www.presenternet.com/info/learn.
Focusing on a wide spectrum of training applications, the Online Learning Delivery Guide emphasizes media, online teaching techniques and training administration.
Introducing the new publication, PresenterNet CEO Doug Wolfgram explained, "The Online Learning Delivery Guide demonstrates training methods made possible by PresenterNet's broad flexibility. Our combination of live presentations with student-controlled self study rooms enables course designers to present material according to the specific requirements of their curricula. And the addition of our proprietary interactive slide capabilities maximizes understanding of online students while offering continuous feedback to instructors."
PresenterNet Publishes Guide for Online Learning Professionals "We have been extremely impressed with the creativity of our user base in the online learning environment," added Wolfgram. "They have rapidly understood ways to leverage our technology, to make it meet their needs."
The Online Learning Delivery Guide contains numerous illustrations of materials and reports used in online learning environments. It especially emphasizes the ways that training professionals take advantage of the broad use of PowerPoint-based media, with no requirement to adapt learning content to a new format. The Guide further demonstrates ease of use for non-technical training professionals.
For more information about PresenterNet, please visit http://www.presenternet.com.
PresenterNet's online services emphasize high-impact interactive presentations, data collection from prospect interactions, database applications and customized reporting. The company has committed all of its products to compatibility with industry standards, such as Macromedia Flash, Macromedia FlashPaper, Microsoft Internet Explorer, PowerPoint, Mozilla, and Apple Macintosh, as well as emerging technology leaders like Skype.