Best Practices for Online Presentations

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Customers

LP2Ilogo.jpg If you’re reading this, odds are you’re using Articulate Presenter to create an online presentation or e-learning course — or are, at least, thinking about it. So when do you create an online presentation? And what are some of the best practices for doing so?

Patti Shank, PhD, CPT, and President of Learning Peaks, LLC, examines these questions and more in Best Practices for Online Presentations:


And why does Patti use Articulate Presenter?

“I really enjoy using Articulate Presenter for developing online presentations and often recommend it to workshop participants and clients,” she says. “The learning curve is quite short and it includes great tools for improving the quality of the final result. My favorite tools are reasonably priced, easy to use, and deliver what they promise. This one is a keeper.

We appreciate your being an Articulate advocate, Patti, and sharing your knowledge!

View Patti Shank’s Best Practices for Engaging (not boring!) Online Presentations

2 responses to “Best Practices for Online Presentations”


When will you service Allen Stovall’s 5 element acupuncture online education files?
These testing sites are critical to taking PCOM’s comprehensive exams. I and my fellow students need dependable access.
For any and all of the site’s quizzes I get a download to a blank page that says slide 100 of 160. Below it tells me to check activities. There are two red status notices where I had tried to log onto Allen’s site and got a server can’t find window.
Please don’t drag your feet on this.
Roland Sieracki

Roland Sieracki // Posted at 1:54 am on November 30th, 2008

Hi Roland- It sounds like you need to contact the author of the presentation in question and refer him or her here:

gabe // Posted at 8:10 pm on December 1st, 2008

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