Sometimes, when you take your e-learning out to play, does it get soaked through with course requirements? Do stained scenarios make the make it appear dull and worn? Your project deserves better protection from rough and dirty e-learning elements out there. That’s why you need to safeguard your course with a community of experts that keeps the inspiration in and the chaos out, so your course looks and feels fresh all over.
Protecting your course is easy: apply one or more coats of E-Learning Heroes to your projects anytime during initiation or development. The Articulate community provides an instant barrier from SME spillage, harmful bullets, and unwanted client changes.
It’s a win-win: Not only will your courses look and perform their best, your learners will learn easier knowing the course is sealed and protected with the backing of the Articulate community.
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Conversations in the community
- How do you build interactive e-learning from compliance content?
- Looking for off-the-shelf e-learning modules to purchase
- Seeking ideas: E-learning help screen | Multidisciplinary branching scenarios
- Freebies: Zombie characters | See and Say template
- Demos: Articulate Replay mashup | Insomnia Severity Index
- Jobs: Articulate Studio consultant in Brisbane | Storyline consultant | Learning architect
New blog posts
- More than 100 Free Callouts for Your Online Course Design
- Articulate Studio ’13 Available Now
- How to Transform Static Content into Interactive Knowledge Checks
- Basic E-Learning Workflow And Design Process
- Dear Heroes: Is My E-Learning Course Overqualified?
- Beyond the Bullets: 6 Great Uses For Dingbat Fonts
- Weekly E-Learning Challenge: Converting Static Content to Interactive Knowledge Checks
Seen on Twitter
- @elearningdave shared a link to 7 Microinteractions You will Love in the new Articulate Studio ‘13
- @eLearningGuild shared a link to @LnDDave’s Book Review: Learning Articulate Storyline by @slhice
- @kimgooden shared a link to the Best and Worst ID Projects
- @kkapp shared a link to Does Your Learning have any Action and Adventure?
- @tmiket shared a link to Create a Shared Public Folder Where Anyone Can Upload Files
- @magdaZINE shared a link to Good table of all the HTML5 video players
- @MayraAixaVillar shared a link to Tips for blends 10: Extend the blend along the whole learning journey