Happy Monday, E-Learning Heroes!
This is our final weekly recap for 2013 and it’s jam-packed with e-learning tips, freebies, and insights to help you own the toughest e-learning challenges. A big thank you to all who generously shared their e-learning knowledge around here, all year long. You make the Articulate community an amazing place!
- How to create photo-based illustrations with PowerPoint
- How to create an animated puzzle image in PowerPoint
- Here’s what you need to know about Accent and Text colors in PowerPoint
- 3 Ways to Easily Edit Background Photos for E-learning
- Create cool image effects for your Articulate courses with PowerPoint
- How to host your e-learning course content on Google Drive
Conversations in the community
- How to create a page turn animation in Storyline
- What’s proper way to reuse content?
- How can I make the best use of Storyline’s Hot Spot feature?
- Creating a lightning effect in Storyline
- How can I assign a letter grade for quiz results?
- Lessons learned and tips on managing team development projects
- How to manage large amounts of content
- Solutions for adding timers to your Storyline projects
- Seeking e-learning examples of Emergency Response Training for Hospitals
- Demos & freebies: Drag-drop maze game | 10-key typing program | Time management program
New blog posts
- Five Sure-Fire Ways to Get Rid of Bullet Points
- 3 Tips to Create Strong Client Relationships
- Free Animated Templates and Royalty Free Music for Your Articulate Replay Video Productions
- Weekly Update: E-learning Jobs
- Articulate Quizmaker ’13 Question Import Template
- How to Design Visual Feedback Meters in Articulate Storyline
Seen on Twitter
- @schustercte shared a link to an Access software simulation he built with Articulate Storyline
- @PaulAlders shared a link to his blogpost about using Articulate Replay as a tool for video
- @pattishank shared a link to 3 Things a Great Leader Would Never Say
- @tmiket shared a link to Don Norman’s Free Udacity course “The Design of Everyday Things”
- @jeanettebrooks shared a link to Persuade with visual metaphors
- @tomkuhlmann shared a link to Modifying the Memorability of Face Photographs