This blog post is by Articulate Community Manager David Anderson.
Have you ever noticed how many different ways there are to build e-learning courses? There’s a lot, right? It’s really cool to work in an industry where we have so many creative options for delivering training.
Options empower us to find new and better ways to design our training. But those same options can also seem overwhelming—especially to folks just getting started.
That’s where having a nest of trusted resources like E-learning Heroes is important. If you’re looking to grow your skills or just find some technical help, the Articulate community is a great place to start. To give you an idea of all the great tips & ideas that folks share, check out last week’s community highlights.
- Adding text to a shape
- Using PowerPoint’s quick-access toolbar
- Distributing items on a PowerPoint slide
- Cropping images in PowerPoint
- Create a custom spotlight effect on your Articulate Presenter slide
Conversations in the community:
- What LMS do you use, and why?
- Advice for building e-learning for non-English speaking audiences
- “So, what do you do?”
- Here’s a way to let learners print a certificate at the end of your quiz
- Creative uses for web objects in your Articulate Presenter courses
- An Articulate user shares how he adapted an E-Learning Heroes template for his course
New blog posts:
Seen on Twitter:
- @SashaScottLtd shares an article about projected growth in the e-learning industry
- @tmiket shares a post on 11 rules for better presentation typography
- @slhice shares a site that allows you to see sites using your images (legal or not)
- @YukonLearning shares @RonPrice’s microphone demo/comparisons
- @cre8iveii shares a tool for calculating the readability of a text passage