Weekly Recap: Learn New E-Learning Techniques with Help from the Articulate Community

Written by David Anderson — Posted in Community

Yep, it’s Monday and we’re back with another recap of tutorials, conversations, blogs, and Tweets from the Articulate community. Below is a recap of some of the highlights.

Oh, and if you’re planning to be in Orlando next week for the Learning Solutions Conference & Expo, swing by our booth (#401) for showcase presentations running throughout the day.

Community tutorials:

Conversations in the community:

New blog posts:

Seen on Twitter:

2 responses to “Weekly Recap: Learn New E-Learning Techniques with Help from the Articulate Community”


On the Community Tutorials: How to create a progress meter for your course, as described in the video, I believe there would be a problem when a user visits the same activity more than once. If all we are doing it increasing a single “progress meter” variable each time a continue button – any continue button – is clicked, then clicking the same continue button more than once will advance the variable.

Would another method be to set up an individual true/false variables for each continue button, then on the main menu, have a master progress variable that counts the Trues?

Jim Dickeson // Posted at 4:07 pm on March 4th, 2013

Hi Jim – That’s a good point. There are a few ways to approach this type of project Did you see Mike’s follow-up post in the forums: http://community.articulate.com/forums/t/26391.aspx?

David // Posted at 9:44 am on March 6th, 2013

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