A Healthy Serving of 12 E-Learning Resources from the Articulate Community

Written by Jeanette — Posted in Community

This blog post is by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks.

The Articulate community is like superfood for your e-learning projects — it offers all sorts of vital stuff to make your courses stronger and more robust than ever. And unlike leafy greens, it won’t get stuck in your teeth. This past week, your fellow community members served up a healthy dose of advice and insights that you won’t want to miss. You can check out the highlights below. And don’t forget, you can tap into even more e-learning goodness any time by browsing or posting in the E-Learning Heroes forums!

Notable tutorials:

Conversations in the Community:

New blog post:

Seen on Twitter:

5 responses to “A Healthy Serving of 12 E-Learning Resources from the Articulate Community”


FYI – the link to “A handy workaround for making a quiz slide auto-advance” will not open. What’s up?

Kate Holmes // Posted at 11:39 am on July 18th, 2011

Hi Kate- the link works OK for me. Maybe it was just temporarily down earlier when you tried… is it OK for you now?

gabe // Posted at 11:45 am on July 18th, 2011

I’m not able to get the zip file for the auto advance. It comes up as empty or corrupted. Is there another way to access it?


Joyce Hensen // Posted at 11:36 am on July 27th, 2011

Joyce and Kate,

I’ve had some other users experience corrupt file downloads from my site. I’ve asked that they try downloading with another browser or in some cases a different machine all-together. Either way, one of these methods helped correct the issue.

Note: There are known issues with IE7 and XP where a zip file might not download.

I hope this helps!

Dave // Posted at 10:51 am on July 29th, 2011

Joyce and Kate,

I made a modification to my site that should have fixed the IE zip corruption. Please try the download again and make sure you delete the original download first.


Dave // Posted at 11:06 am on July 29th, 2011

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