TBCON 2000 CD
Conference attendees received a conference CD featuring supporting
materials, sample applications, papers, outlines, and more.
Even if you missed the conference, you can still get the
TBCON 2000 conference CD. To order the CD, go to the Platte Canyon store.
The Conference CD includes materials from the following
Getting Wild and Saving Time with OpenScript
ADO, Databases, and ToolBook - Volume I
ADO, Databases, and ToolBook - Volume II
Building Flash Animations and Adding to ToolBook
Case Study: Design of a Database-driven CD-ROM Application
CBT Essentials: The Art, Sound, and Motion of Training
Configuring and Reporting on Your Data Using Visual Basic 6
Creating 3D Animations for ToolBook Using 3D Studio Max
Creating a Shell Using OpenScript
Delivering Interactivity in a Limited Environment
Developing Tools in ToolBook to Support a Methodology
Enhancing Learning Through The Use of Constructivistic Strategies
Estimating and Pricing CBT & WBT
Free Software on the ToolBook Users' Web
How to Build Performance Support Systems, Tools and Simulation-Based Training
Implementing Standards for Interoperability in eLearning
Inside the Action System
InstallShield Professional 6.2 and ToolBook
Introduction to ActiveX and ToolBook
Lessons from the ToolBook Tech Support Jungle
Long-Distance Collaboration on ToolBook Courseware
Managing Large CBT Projects
Metatools, Performance Support Systems, and Technical Simulations
Multimedia Tricks and Techniques
Product Showcase: FTS Pro
Product Showcase: Learning & Mastering ToolBook II Instructor &
Product Showcase: Plug-In Pro 5.0
Product Showcase: TBK Tracker 2.0
Product Showcase: The Platte Canyon Product Line
Product Showcase: WBT Manager
Secrets Behind the Learning & Mastering ToolBook Series
Simulation-based Training Delivery and Methods
Skill Training Leverages Streaming Video to Span the Web
Synchronizing ToolBook to the Palm Pilot
The ABC's of the Web Marketing Manager
The Art of the Catalog
The Ins and Outs of Viewers
Things I Wish I'd Known, Part I: 25 Tips for the Beginning ToolBook Developer
Things I Wish I'd Known, Part II: 25 More Tips for the Beginning ToolBook
ToolBook OpenScript Programming for the True Beginner
ToolBook, Visual Basic Applications, and ActiveX
ToolBook's Future and click2learn's Company Focus
Tools and Techniques to Create Streaming Media Content
Usability Testing Your ToolBook Courseware Volume I
Usability Testing Your ToolBook Courseware Volume II
User Interface Design for ToolBook Using PhotoShop
Using and Creating WebTools for ToolBook
Using Lotus ScreenCam for "Show Me" Demonstrations in CBT's
Using MS Agent in ToolBook (Hirst)
Using MS Agent in ToolBook (Yoder)
Using Simulation to Speed Learning: A Case Study
Using the Action System to Synchronize Media with Screen Events
Using ToolBook with Ingenium
Video Production and ToolBook
WinHelp and HTMLHelp for ToolBook Developers
Presentation materials were supplied by the following
Tim Barham, Chris Bell, Mike Cline, Graziano De Finis,
Denny Dedmore, Bob Earp, Carol Fallon, Andrew Gould, Paul Gross, Roger Guay,
John Hall, Garin Hess, Brian Hirst, Lee Karns, Joe Martel, Penny Mattern,
Andrea Mocherman, Simon Price, Mauro Rech, Jeff Rhodes, Maureen Sevigny, Greg
Smith, Jaimie Smoot, Murat Taner, Bill Tedder, Paolo Tosolini, Niall Watts,
Marty Weller, and M.E. Yoder
The ToolBook User's Conference 2000 CD is $5.
Toll Free (US and Canada) 1-888-ToolBk-1 (1-888-866-5251)
International: (001+) (719) 548-1110.
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Great! I learned so much more than even last year!
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Preconference was excellent. I learned so much.
The value for the price was awesome. There is a ton of useful info here just readily available.
Better than cafeteria food from my college days!