14 E-learning Resources to Help You Build Better Courses

Written by David Anderson — Posted in Community

This blog post is by Articulate Community Manager David Anderson.

E-learning designers know they can’t afford to let the grass grow under their feet, and that means seeking new ways to expand their skills. That’s why being part of a supportive community is so important.

The Articulate Community is always ready to lend a hand to help you find the right solution and resources. And speaking of resources, have you checked out the growing number of free e-learning downloads in the community? New files are added weekly!

Below are some highlights that your community shared last week:

Notable tutorials:

Conversations in the community:

New blog posts:

Seen on Twitter:

2 responses to “14 E-learning Resources to Help You Build Better Courses”


A few caveats when embedding in PowerPoint a video from Screenr, or any other source on the internet, that might prevent your video from playing.

First, if you are presenting in a hotel ballroom, you may not have internet access.

Second, the event host may be providing a laptop with an older version of PowerPoint that lacks this capability.

Third, if this is for an Articulate course, some employers will block access to YouTube or other video hosts.

Jim Dickeson // Posted at 4:15 pm on September 26th, 2011

Great points, Jim. Hotels are not the best place to seek reliable internet connections…I know that all too well. And good points all around re: Web Objects and corporate firewalls. For us, the main thing is to showcase “what’s possible” with Studio ’09.

david // Posted at 11:44 am on January 12th, 2012

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