Articulate Community Recap

Written by Jeanette — Posted in Community

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


With all the cool things coming out of the Articulate community lately, we know it can be a challenge to take it all in. Even with great tools like feed readers & bookmarking apps, sometimes it’s just not possible to watch every new Screenr tutorial, or read every new blog post or discussion thread.

We want to help you stay connected! So we’re spotlighting some of the most useful stuff that surfaced in the Community during the last week or so. Here are several recent resources that you won’t want to miss:

New blog posts:

Conversations in the Community:

Seen on Twitter:

Notable tutorials:

Know of other recent resources that would be useful to the Articulate Community? Feel free to share in the Comments section!

5 responses to “Articulate Community Recap”


Jeanette, thank you for the recap. Articulate and its community does such a great job with useful tips and resources, that it’s wonderful that you’ve provided this weekly highlights recap. I hope it becomes a regular addition to the Blog. Keep up the great work!

Steve Hendrickson // Posted at 5:52 pm on January 22nd, 2010

Thanks so much for your kind words, Steve! We plan to do this regularly. Glad to hear it’ll be useful.

jeanette // Posted at 10:27 pm on January 22nd, 2010


Great recap, and thanks for compiling this for everyone.

The “Rapid Audio Template” also lends itself to courses without audio narration. I’m working on a concept for a client right now.

My thanks to everyone at Articulate who make themselves available to the user community. And, ditto what Steve said!


Jenise Cook // Posted at 11:03 pm on January 22nd, 2010

We appreciate the feedback Jenise! Thanks for being part of the Articulate community.

jeanette // Posted at 12:57 pm on January 25th, 2010

What a great idea to do a recap!

onEnterFrame // Posted at 8:53 am on January 26th, 2010

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