101 Rapid E-Learning Tutorials


This guest blog entry was written by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks.


When we launched Screenr last month, it created quite a buzz! What’s cool is that the Articulate community wasted no time digging into this free & nifty web-based screencasting tool.

Within the first few days, community members had created, tweeted, and re-tweeted dozens of how-to screencasts. And the stream continues! Every week new screencasts are bubbling up and being shared in the community forums and on Twitter.

Here, for your e-learning pleasure, we’ve collected 101 rapid elearning tutorials, created by your fellow users and the folks here at Articulate. Each one’s 5 minutes or less, and I bet you’ll learn some stuff here that you didn’t know before.

Remember, if you discover a particularly helpful tutorial, you can add it to your virtual library or subscribe to the author’s stream by using one of the social media tools we covered last time.

Screenr on!

PowerPoint Tutorials

Articulate Presenter Tutorials

Articulate Quizmaker Tutorials

Articulate Engage Tutorials

Articulate Video Encoder Tutorials

Tutorials that Span Multiple Articulate Tools

Like what you see? Why not take take a stab at it yourself? Join the community and share your own tips and tricks.

11 responses to “101 Rapid E-Learning Tutorials”


Thanks a lot for these very useful tutorials.
George Bornschlegl

George Bornschlegl // Posted at 3:00 pm on October 5th, 2009

This list is great because I went to Screenr just yesterday and realized there isn’t a way to search it!

I was specifically looking for Articulate Presenter tips for a class I’m teaching this week. I’ve already listed this site as a resource and I’ll refer them to this post in particular.

Please add search to Screenr but in the meantime, I’ll review/refer to this.


Scott Skibell // Posted at 7:15 am on October 6th, 2009

@Scott – Great suggestion. In the meantime, you can also use Twitter’s search and use keyword “screenr” + “Presenter” or “articulate” to find the lessons. We’ve been pretty good about tagging screencasts.

Here’s a Screenr for using Twitter search combined with rss reader for tracking specific lessons.


But yes, a search would be cool:-)


David // Posted at 6:48 pm on October 9th, 2009

This is just what I needed! Flash video placeholder thumbnail with frame from video.

Thanks very much for this tip. I would like to use the same image/photo can you tell me where I can find it I have searched 1000’s of photo in iStockphotos and still looking.

Thanks again

John // Posted at 11:47 am on October 12th, 2009

Glad you found that tip useful, John!

Not sure what image/photo you’re referring to… but you could take a screenshot of the video and use that image as your thumbnail, as outlined in the tutorial you mention.

gabe // Posted at 11:50 am on October 12th, 2009

Great tool! I’ve learned a lot of new things I never knew before.

theconveyancer // Posted at 6:58 am on October 14th, 2009

great help to many of us who need these tutorials.

thelandguy // Posted at 11:15 pm on October 15th, 2009

Interesting blog on Articulate Engage

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