Articulate Guru Honorable Mention: Skid Skills by Linda Lorenzetti

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Written by Jeanette — Posted in Guru Awards

This guest blog post is by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks.


Last fall when the submissions were pouring in for the 2010 Articulate Guru Awards, we were beyond impressed by the number and caliber of the courses that folks shared with us! It was really tough to choose the top winners from among the 200+ entries! (In case you missed the low-down on any of those winning courses, check out these links: Diabesity | Mission: Turfgrass | Psyched in 10 | What Your Teachers Never Told You | Financial Skills.)

Since so many of the runner-up courses contained really inspiring stuff too, we want to keep the Guru vibes going by featuring several Honorable Mentions here on the Word of Mouth blog over the next few weeks. To make sure you don’t miss any of the featured courses, you can subscribe to the Word of Mouth blog right here.

For today’s feature, take a look at Linda Lorenzetti’s course below.

Skid Skills by Linda Lorenzetti

If you’ve been around the Articulate community for a little while, you probably recognize @LindaLor from her Screenr stream or her tweets. She frequently shares creative tips on PowerPoint and rapid e-learning with the rest of the Articulate community.

Linda’s Articulate Guru submission contains some neat techniques you’ll want to check out:

View Skid Skills

What caught the judges’ eyes? For one, the consistent visual design. It was especially nice to see how Linda’s quiz and Engage interactions fit nicely with the rest of the course. Judges also liked how she used hyperlinks to create choices for her learners, and how she used creative animations to simulate skid actions.

Want to learn how to build some of those same effects? Linda shares some how-tos:

View this screencast at Screenr

 

View this screencast at Screenr

 

View this screencast at Screenr

 

Great job, Linda! Thanks for sharing your course and for giving the community a look at how you built some of the cool features!

Stay tuned — we’ll be sharing more Honorable Mentions from the Articulate Guru Awards soon.

10 responses to “Articulate Guru Honorable Mention: Skid Skills by Linda Lorenzetti”

1

Gratz Linda 🙂

italgo // Posted at 9:46 am on March 31st, 2011
2

Love it. Excellent job, Linda (and thanks for the screenrs)!

Craig Wiggins // Posted at 1:22 pm on March 31st, 2011
3

Linda, thank you for this very good example. Great job!

George // Posted at 1:35 pm on March 31st, 2011
4

This is very informative,now i know how to get myself out of a skid situation.
Thank You Linda for a technical vue of the skid recovery.
Genius i tell ya!!
Serge

Serge Boucher // Posted at 4:19 am on April 1st, 2011
5

Excellent presentation! Great job!!!

Johanne // Posted at 9:07 am on April 1st, 2011
6

Appreciate the Lost references!

Brian Duvall // Posted at 1:11 pm on April 1st, 2011
7

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8

Nice presentation. For a minute I was like wow – those places look familiar (yonge street). then realized you were in toronto too!
im at yonge and north york! so thats the road i see everyday!

Great work!

Ali Zaheer // Posted at 2:09 pm on April 5th, 2011
9

Brian – I was wondering if anyone would get the Lost references. Dr. Who’s also in there.

Ali – Yep, most of the photos are taken around North York.

Thanks to everyone else for the kind comments.

Linda Lorenzetti // Posted at 6:09 pm on April 10th, 2011
10

Great Job Linda. Can you let us know how you made the main articulate me go away when the quiz started? Thanks for your help!

PareDeb // Posted at 5:05 pm on August 26th, 2011

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