Whether you’re an e-learning featherweight or heavyweight, it’s only a matter of time before you’re matched up with formidable e-learning project that scares you to the core. It’s bigger or more challenging than anything you’ve ever seen.
Rather than hide in your corner, get into the ring and go the distance with some championship help from the Articulate community. They know firsthand what it’s like to go mano-y-mano with the most daunting projects.
They’ve got eye-of-the-tiger devotion to sport of e-learning, which means they’ll never throw a suckerpunch or a cheap shot. Instead, the trainers in E-Learning Heroes provide tactical advice, motivational support, and championship insights to help you knock out your best e-learning yet.
To help keep you in fighting shape, check out the highlights from last week’s line up:
- How to use a hidden prompt to pause your Articulate Storyline course
- How to pause a slide so learners can type in their names in Articulate Storyline
Conversations in the community
- How do I make boring content more engaging?
- Help needed to transition an instructor-led course to e-learning
- Feedback needed on a Storyline project
- Looking for training vision and mission statement examples
- How are universities using Storyline in their programs?
- Should designers create samples for potential clients?
- Designing e-learning around personality traits
- How are you using templates in e-learning?
- Demos: Flat design | Comic book (Yewande) | Comic book (Cary)
- Jobs: Storyline developers
New blog posts
- Lessons Learned from 100,000 Usability Studies
- Articulate Super Hero Stephanie Harnett Creatively Engages Learners Around the Globe
- Creating Custom Color Schemes in Articulate Engage ’13
- Create Flipped Classroom Content Easily with Articulate Replay
- Adding Resource File Links to Your Articulate Presenter ’13 Course
- Weekly Challenge: Transform Infographics Into Interactive Graphics
Seen on Twitter
- @schustercte shared a link to a 10-key typing example designed in Articulate Storyline
- @kukharenko shared a link to Big data: Ten level taxonomy in learning
- @criticallearner shared a link about making Interactive infographics with Storyline
- @eLearningJeff shared some pictures from last week’s Dutch Articulate User Day in Utrecht