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Better Than Bullet Points: Creating Engaging e-Learning with PowerPoint® by Jane Bozarth

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Chapter 10. Distributing Your e-Learning Programs

The final step in creating e-learning with PowerPoint is to put it on the Web. You may be working with your own internal information technology staff for this; if so, they will likely provide server space on which you can store your files and may be willing to do the file upload for you. Or, your IT department may assign you space on your organization's server so you can upload the files yourself. You'll need free FTP (File Transfer Protocol) software for this. Uploading is as simple as dragging and dropping files from your computer onto the server; just be sure to upload everything associated with the PowerPoint show, including audio clips and any external documents, such as printable handouts. ...

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