Does your e-learning project have a case of the Mondays? Does it have symptoms like a bland pallor, lack of inspiration, or a persistent, sideways, drift? Then it’s time to visit E-Learning Heroes in the Articulate community. It’s like your own personal help desk, always free and on-call 24×7 whenever you need a boost. Check out the links below for some of the best advice and insights shared this past week.
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- A quicker method to renumbering your slides in Articulate Storyline
- Setting up a SurveyGizmo form to enable feedback from within your e-learning courses
- Reporting and data analysis for the feedback you gather from your e-learning courses using SurveyGizmo
- Tip for using Google to search the E-Learning Heroes forum
- How to create custom icon sets using Dingbat fonts in Articulate Storyline
- Want your learners to recall and type in several correct answers on an Articulate Storyline quiz?
Conversations in the community
- Combining threaded discussions with e-learning courses
- Best practices for branching scenarios
- K-12 Teachers: how are you using e-learning the classroom?
- Restricting advancement
- Simulating an earthquake
- What are some best practices for branching?
- Terminology for both desktops and tablets
- Fun generator sites: iPhone text | Random phrase
- Demo: Card Counters 101| Likert-style quiz
New blog posts
- How to Create Your Own Illustrated Graphics in PowerPoint
- 3 Ways Poster Frames Create More Inviting E-Learning Videos
Seen on Twitter
- @Tracy_Parish shared a link to When is it time to throw in the LMS towel?
- @LearnNuggets shared a link to his Serious Comic – PwP in Action
- @pattishank shared a link to Writing Styles for eLearning Narration
- @pgsimoes shared a link to 10 Twitter Mistakes You’re Probably Making
- @refco27 shared a link to active vs passive video viewing