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Rapid Course: Best Off-the-Shelf & Customized E-learning, Powered by Articulate

Nov152011

This blog entry is by Mark Schwartz, EVP Sales. Thanks to the introduction of simple, yet powerful, rapid e-learning authoring tools like Articulate Studio ’09, organizations are now empowered to create professional looking online courses. But what do you do when you don’t have subject matter experts (SMEs) or expertise in a topic that you […]

HazCom Builds Award-Winning Energy Training Course for Miners with Articulate Studio

Oct202011

This blog post is by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks. If you followed the Chilean mine incident last year, or other harrowing miner stories like it, you know that safety is serious business in the mining industry. The mine safety professionals of the Center for Business and Industry at South Central College in Southern Minnesota […]

The Redwoods Group Reduces Risk with Insurance E-Learning

Oct122011

This blog post is by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks. If you’re like me, anytime you take your kids to a camp or recreation program, the first thing on your mind is to be 110% sure that the staff are well trained and care about your kids’ safety. That’s exactly what’s on Stephen Dauchert’s mind, […]

AkzoNobel: Empowering Industrial E-learning in a Multinational Company

Sep212011

This blog post is by Mark Schwartz, Articulate EVP. How do you ensure that your subject matter experts are armed with what they need to share their knowledge across the entire organization? If you’re Jeffrey Kortenbosch, manager of global e-learning for AkzoNobel, the answer is as easy as a smart strategy and the right tools. […]

Technology Transfer Services Relies On Articulate For Mission-Critical Technical Training

Aug242011

This blog post is by Mark Schwartz, Articulate EVP. Mission-critical technical training is Lou Rivera’s business. His company, Technology Transfer Services (TTS), serves some of the largest and most demanding companies in the industrial operations and maintenance sector — an environment where failures related to poor training can make newspaper headlines. And, these are not […]

Catholic Relief Services Builds Humanitarian E-Learning To Expedite Disaster Relief

Jun292011

This blog post is by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks. Imagine for a moment: You’re a rural farmer living in a small community in Africa. Your region has just endured a devastating flood. Although you and your family are safe, most of your crops have been tragically wiped out. Relief workers are on the way […]

Coffee, Tea, and Articulate

Dec162010

This guest blog post is by Articulate EVP of Sales & Marketing Mark Schwartz. Ah, coffee. I love a rich, full-bodied, hot cup of coffee. It’s the elixir that not only warms my body, but warms my soul. I admit it – I can’t quit drinking coffee. And why would I want to? Sure, home […]

How Articulate Studio ’09 Enables Healthcare Training at SickKids

Nov22010

This guest blog post is by Articulate EVP of Sales & Marketing Mark Schwartz. As a parent, I’ve experienced anxiety when my children have suffered illness or injuries. Of course, you don’t have to be a parent to be traumatized by observing children who are affected by illness or injury. That is why I am […]

WebJunction Uses Social E-Learning To Keep Librarians On Pace With Technology

Sep222010

This guest blog post is by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks. Remember the old stereotype of librarians shushing noisy patrons and tending musty stacks of books? That notion’s about as outdated as a 1962 encyclopedia set. Walk into a library these days, and you’re more likely to see a crew of tech-savvy information specialists and […]

Academic E-Learning Helps Anatomy & Biology Students Make the Grade

Sep72010

This guest blog post is by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks. You know you’re doing something right when you have folks lined up and waiting, eager to tap into your e-learning superpowers. That’s what has happened to Tracy Newman, a Senior Educational Technology Analyst at Johnson County Community College (JCCC) in Overland Park, Kansas. Tracy […]

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