Welcome to 2010! There’s a lot going on in the new year, including new worldwide Articulate product webinars, expanded Articulate training opportunities, and elearning trade shows in the U.S. and UK.
Attend a Live Product Webinar
The Articulate Daily Demo is a live, 45-minute introduction to Articulate products. Already offered every weekday in the U.S. at 2pm Eastern Time, we now also offer the webinar in multiple languages (English, Spanish, French) and a variety of worldwide time zones.
Get full details on all available demos here.
Enhance Your Knowledge with Articulate Training
Along with the robust resources available on our support site, Articulate offers a number of training opportunities to learn the basics or to take your knowledge to the next level.
By popular demand, we’re now offering multiple open enrollment training dates every month in cities across the U.S. and in Canada (Toronto in May 2010). Classes sell out quickly, so secure your seat today.
Authorized Articulate partner Omniplex is now offering open enrollment classes in Europe, too. Click here to learn more and sign up.
“The Articulate Open Enrollment training was informative and engaging. Charles did an exceptional job of providing a blend of hands-on experiences. My organization and clients have already experienced the benefits of my training investment.”
Michelle Haywood | Sr. Instructional Designer/Project Manager | Global E-Learning Consultants, LLC
Meet Us at an Upcoming Trade Show
Articulate will be exhibiting at a handful of trade shows in January and February:
- January 27 – 28, 2010 – London, UK – 2010 Learning Technologies Exhibition — Articulate employees Dave Moxon & Don Freda will be holding down Stand #124
- January 27 – 29, 2010 – Las Vegas, NV – ASTD TechKnowledge — Visit David Anderson & Mark Schwartz in Booth #411
- February 1 – 2, 2010 – San Diego, CA – Training 2010 -– Come see Tom Kuhlmann & Mark Schwartz in Booth #506
See more details in the Articulate Calendar.
Get Active in the User Community
Finally, if you’re not already active in the Articulate Community, why not make it a goal to get more involved? Tom Kuhlmann’s post on How to Be an E-Learning Superstar in 2010 is a great place to get some ideas.