Weekly Recap: Game-Changing Tips to Help You Design Better E-Learning

Written by David Anderson — Posted in Community

One of the most important goals of e-learning is helping learners acquire and apply new skills and knowledge. Designing effective e-learning requires practice and being able to adapt to whatever your opponents customers throw at you.

Each week, the Articulate community opens their playbooks and shares practical e-learning maneuvers that will help you move your projects over the goal line.

This week’s recap features tips for working with long lists, image editing, free images and templates, and lots more! Check out the e-learning goodness that took place over the past week:

Community tutorials:

Conversations in the community:

New blog posts:

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Recent Comments

  • Marc Zoerb: Hi Julie: Do know of any orgs that have organized around girls (vs. women) learning to code? I have a 5th...
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