Weekly Recap: Why the Community’s Better than Chicago-Style Pizza

May242010
Written by Jeanette — Posted in Community

This guest blog entry was written by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks.


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What’s the best thing about the Windy City? Usually I’d say Navy Pier, the Cubs, or Chicago-style pizza. But last week, one thing outdid them all: the chance to connect with so many of you at our Screenr On Wheels sessions during the ASTD international conference. (Okay, yeah, the pizza was a close second.)

Don’t fret if you weren’t able to be there – look for a blog post this week covering lots of the tips & tricks we shared at the conference! And if you’re in the Austin, TX area this week, you can also hear David Anderson’s e-learning advice at the E-Learning Council’s symposium or at the Articulate Jam Session he’s hosting.

The cool thing is, while we were sharing how-tos in Chicago, there was all kinds of knowledge-sharing going on right here in the community, too. It just goes to show you that wherever the Articulate Community connects with one another (even without pizza) there are always great ideas being exchanged. Check out some of the stuff community members shared last week:

Notable tutorials:

Conversations in the Community:

New blog posts:

Seen on Twitter:

1 response to “Weekly Recap: Why the Community’s Better than Chicago-Style Pizza”

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Thanks for including my my article on how I built a Presenter player. Just finished Lesson I last week and should have the next one up later this week.

I’m bummed I missed ASTD this year, but it sounds like it was a blast! Hope to catch up with what I missed in upcoming posts.

See you on the trails soon!

Kevin // Posted at 11:09 am on May 25th, 2010

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