If you’re like many course designers, you’ve probably had to record some audio for your e-learning courses . And recording audio is one of the simplest, most straightforward tasks you’ll perform in e-learning. You press the record button... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 10 hours ago

“ It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up. ” ― Babe Ruth For me, and probably for many of you, the second half of summer is always a wake-up call to squeeze as much fun as I can out of this time before the hectic school year takes... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 13 hours ago

View E-Learning Challenge #44: Virtual Tours in Online Training Whether you’re into princesses, chocolate, or boldly going where no course designer’s gone before, chances are you’ll find virtually everything you’re looking for... Read More

by David Anderson Posted yesterday at 5:24 AM

In the e-learning world, the term “branched” comes up fairly often. But what do people mean when they talk about, “branched scenarios,” or “branched e-learning?” Usually, it’s a way to describe an e-learning course... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted yesterday at 10:00 PM

There’s a lot of life wisdom to the saying, “You can’t judge a book by its cover.” However, with an e-learning course, visual appeal is a huge part of engaging learners with the material. Many learners are quick to judge an ugly... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 2 days ago

Keyboard shortcuts are the fastest, easiest way to get things done in Articulate Quizmaker ’13. The cool thing is that a lot of these also work in other applications, like PowerPoint and Articulate Storyline. In fact, you probably already know several... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 4 days ago

In last week’s challenge , you shared creative ways to virtually introduce learners to key players in your organization. Your demos were amazing and included everything from standard org charts to creative meet the team examples. In the spirit of... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 7 days ago

" It is better to wear out one's shoes than one's sheets. " ― Genovese Summer time is great for getting away from the normal hustle and bustle of everyday life to recharge your batteries. But if returning to work makes you feel blue... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 7 days ago

View E-Learning Challenge #43: Interactive Org Charts Wow ! What a great week of interactive org charts ! Hands down, one of our best challenges ever! First, a big thanks to first-time challengers Louisa , Josh , Nick , Ellen , Darlesa , and Farrah !... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 8 days ago

The visual appearance of your e-learning course definitely influences how (or whether) your learners engage with it. And since your background image is often the largest image or asset in your course, it's important to choose one that drives home... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 8 days ago

I recently built an interactive timeline file for Storyline based on a request from a community member. This week, I want to recreate a similar download file in PowerPoint to give our Studio and PowerPoint users equal opportunity. To keep my interaction... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 9 days ago

David, do you like e-learning? I absolutely love e-learning. I love building e-learning. I love managing e-learning. And these days, I especially love helping people build their own e-learning. E-learning is perfect. Perfect? Well, there might be one... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 10 days ago

Getting the right content is obviously an important part of building good online training—but that’s not all there is to creating a complete project. Even the best content in the world won’t get the attention it deserves if it looks... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 11 days ago

As course designers, you’ve likely created a course or two (or more) that introduced learners to key people in your organization. Typical content includes topics like organizational structure, position rankings, leadership bios, and general contact... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 14 days ago

" Aim high in your career but stay humble in your heart. " ―Korean Growing up in the midwest, I learned the old saying “Knee high by the 4th of July,” which meant that if your corn has grown as tall as your knee by Independence Day... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 14 days ago

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