Happy Monday, E-learning Heroes!
Feeling a little learner-shy? Stuck on a vexing scenario? Takes and retakes getting you down? Then come check out the most helpful e-learning tips and insights from the Articulate Community to get your e-learning course rolling.
Over the past week, the Articulate community shared visual design tips, techniques to customize your course player, a whole bunch of free stuff to energize your e-learning, and lots more!
- Here’s how to insert one Articulate Presenter ’13 presentation into another with web objects
- Repurposing the Submit button to create an intuitive exit to a course in Articulate Storyline
- Overview of Articulate Storyline
Conversations in the community
- Best practices for organizing large projects
- Seeking feedback on my e-learning course
- Group sharing with Pinterest
- How did Tom customize the course player in this demo?
- What’s the one book you wish to buy?
- Gaining proficiency with Storyline
- Career path of an instructional designer
- How relevant is the Dick and Carey model of instructional design?
- Audio: I need to buy a microphone | USB mic preamps
- Freebies: Character organizer | Tweet your location in a course |Sliding menu | Getting started with Storyline job aid | Newspaper graphic
New blog posts
- Radical E-Learning Tips for a New Century
- Here’s How to Win a Free Copy of the New Articulate Studio ’13 Book
- E-Learning Challenge: Summary and Resource Slides in Online Courses
- UPDATE: April 4 E-Learning, Training, and Instructional Design Jobs
- Building Three-Step Scenarios Using Storyline
- World Changing E-Learning Examples
- Managing Your E-learning Project Files Made Easy
Seen on Twitter
- @abnederveld shared a link to her top 10 hacks for Articulate Storyline
- @elearningwdan shared how he used Storyline to create the E-learning Feud game
- @Tracy_Parish shared a link to tips for repurposing the submit button to create an intuitive exit to a course
- @gemdemhen shared a link to her attempt at last week’s e-learning challenge
- @amdmurphy shared a link to Top 10 Things Learners Need to Know About Storyline
- @tomkuhlmann shared an article that mentions Articulate in list of companies that thrive on remote and telecommute work
- @jenisecook shared a link to How to Quickly Create a Scenario Using Articulate Storyline and in Three Steps