Game time and you’re up! The year’s nearly over and all courses are loaded in the LMS. It’s time to win this game.
What will your client throw at you? A change-up? Will they scratch the lead-off content and reshuffle the course lineup at the last minute? Whatever’s in their game plan, you’ve got your bases covered. You’ve put in countless hours batting client curve balls, snagging line-drive ideas, and turning double-project-plays in the world’s biggest e-learning ballpark: E-Learning Heroes.
For more tips and ideas for designing major league courses, check out the highlights from last week’s series:
- How to create custom drop shadows in PowerPoint
- Create a TV graphic in PowerPoint for your e-learning course
- Create nifty text and graphic embossed designs in PowerPoint for your Articulate e-learning courses
- How to make draggable items disappear when dropped on their target
Conversations in the community
- The future of e-learning development
- Do you capture lessons learned after each e-learning project?
- Advice for someone wanting to become an e-learning developer
- Gamification presentation advice and suggestions
- How do you evaluate the effectiveness of a course?
- Do you have a formal content review process in place?
- How do you incorporate graphics animations with text-only courses?
- Tips for non-narrated course
- Help! My e-learning course looks too PowerPoint’ish
- When to use scenes in Articulate Storyline
- Jobs: Tin Can expert | Storyline expert
- Demos: Policy sign-off | Web design in Storyline | Dynamic list boxes | Drag-drop navigation
- Freebies: Trivia template | Updated slider
New blog posts
- Here’s How to Find Free Stock Photos & Clip Art for PowerPoint
- Coaching Association of Canada Uses E-Learning to Stem Sports Concussions
- 3 Easy Ways to Leverage Existing Articulate Quizmaker Content by Reusing Questions
- 3 Time-Saving Storyline Timeline Tips
- Here’s a Quick Way to Build a Drop Down List in Storyline
- Weekly Challenge: Shoot Your Own E-Learning Background Graphics
Seen on Twitter
- @elearning shared a link to @engagelearners’ design process for for the weekly e-learning challenge (Be sure to check out his screencast overview)
- @KeypointLearn shared an Example of an image slider interaction in Articulate Storyline
- @Tracy_Parish shared a link to 5 Reasons We Forget Presentations
- @tmiket shared a link to 80 Flat Icons for Web & Mobile UI
- @charitylearning shared a link to Identifying and Developing Leadership potential
- @rovybranon shared a link to 3 Powerful Apps For Mobile PDF Creation