Articulate Quizmaker Tutorials

Jul12009
Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Articulate 101, Articulate Quizmaker, Community, Community Tutorials

These Quizmaker tutorials were made by your fellow Quizmaker users in the Articulate Community. They’re sorted into seven lists: six that correspond to sections on the Quizmaker toolbar (Insert, Edit, Results, Group, Quiz, and Publish), and one for using the question editor’s Slide View. Each list comes from a Diigo bookmark feed and is updated frequently.

You might also like to check out the Articulate Quizmaker E-Learning Heroes Tutorials!

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If you’re not yet familiar with Quizmaker’s features, check out this page for more great resources and product tutorials.

Questions? Suggestions for more tutorials? Post a thread in the Articulate Quizmaker forum—we want to hear your thoughts!

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<a href=”http://groups.diigo.com/groups/articulate-screenr” mce_href=”http://groups.diigo.com/groups/articulate-screenr” >Articulate Quizmaker Question Insert Tutorials</a>form

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<a href=”http://groups.diigo.com/groups/articulate-screenr” mce_href=”http://groups.diigo.com/groups/articulate-screenr” >Articulate Quizmaker Slide View Editing Tutorials</a>
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