Ever feel like your e-learning projects need a little help getting started? The Articulate community can help with any creative or technical challenges you’re facing.
Here’s how it works: Simply post a question or challenge in E-Learning Heroes and the community responds with all kinds of helpful answers and resources to help you build better and more engaging e-learning projects.
This week’s recap features tips for designing text-only courses, informal layouts, user demos, and lots more! Check out the cool ideas below:
- Learn how to use use text variables to add personalized content to your course
- Free, online image editor and some ideas for e-learning slide designs
- How to turn off automatic stacking of drop items in an Articulate Storyline freeform drag-and-drop question
- Evaluating when a marker has been opened or closed in Articulate Storyline
- How to prevent users from advancing before visiting all clickable objects in Articulate Storyline
Conversations in the community:
- Making case-study info visible while learners complete a quiz
- Making a non-audio/non-video course engaging
- Google Doodle and informal layouts in e-learning
- More floor, wall, and baseboard techniques in PowerPoint
- Creative SWOT analysis activity
- I found a great example!
- Demos: BMI calculator and Should I eat bacon? and gamification examples in Articulate Storyline
New blog posts:
- Want to Become a Rapid E-Learning Pro? Then Check Out All of These PowerPoint Tips
- Use Buttons to Enhance Your Design Scheme in Articulate Storyline
- Honorable Mention winners of Articulate Storyline Guru Contest dazzle as they teach
- Hiding a Base-Layer Object from Appearing on Other Slide Layers in Articulate Storyline