One year ago, we tried something new by posting the first e-learning challenge , which was about showing meaningful comparisons in e-learning. Three people shared demos that week and I considered it an immediate success. If three people shared for a year... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 14 hours ago

“ The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now. " ―Chinese Proverb It’s Friday, and that means another roundup of the best e-learning, training, and instructional design jobs around. Whether you’re... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 20 hours ago

A lot of instructional designers and e-learning developers work independently or on small teams and are responsible for all aspects of course development. This requires a whole range of skills, including consulting, project management, instructional design... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 20 hours ago

E-Learning Challenge #48: Storyboard Templates for E-Learning Love ‘em or hate ‘em, storyboards are critical to e-learning success. Whether you’re using text-based storyboards or detailed visual storyboards, there’s a storyboard... Read More

by David Anderson Posted yesterday at 6:52 AM

While it’s normal to experience ups and downs in a freelancing career, the downs can definitely be stressful. When work slows to a trickle, you can refer to the following list of tips to help you land that next gig. Capitalize on Technology and... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 2 days ago

One thing I love doing is building sample courses to share with the community, both to inspire others and to get the creative juices flowing. Here’s one such example: an interactive checklist created with Engage ‘13. ( Click on the image to... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 5 days ago

The weekly challenges are ongoing opportunities to learn, share, and build your e-learning portfolios. You can jump into any or all of the previous challenges anytime you want. I’ll update the recap posts to include your demos. Even if you’re... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 6 days ago

If you’re like most course designers, E-Learning Heroes is a major hub of your online presence. Day in and day out, you and fellow community members build relationships by sharing expertise, solving problems, and giving away really cool stuff. However... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 7 days ago

Whether you prefer scripts, blueprints, or rapid prototypes, chances are you’re using some type of storyboard to plan and organize your e-learning projects. In most cases, successful projects depend on the designer’s use of a storyboard. Storyboards... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 7 days ago

“ The elevator to success is not running; you must climb the stairs .” ―Zig Ziglar In another sure sign of fall, the American football season will soon be underway. If you’re looking to score a great new job, kick-off your weekend with... Read More

by Mike Taylor Posted 7 days ago

E-Learning Challenge #47: Call Center Training in Online Learning Howdy E-Learning Heroes! I hope you're enjoying this week's challenge. After seeing what you folks come up with week after week, I think the slogan "There's an app for... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 8 days ago

Although e-learning is not a new invention, we often still have to make a case for it in our organizations. And clearly there's reason to do so, as many successful companies worldwide have integrated e-learning solutions into their staff development... Read More

by Nicola Appel Posted 8 days ago

I recently built an interactive org chart for the Articulate Weekly Challenge and subsequently got a few messages from people asking me for guidance on how to build it out. As a result, I thought this would make a great topic for a video tutorial. This... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 10 days ago

I'm constantly amazed by all the generous course designers who share freely their source files in the Articulate community. Every time I jump into the forums it seems someone's sharing another free template. Below you'll find 10 fresh and... Read More

by David Anderson Posted 10 days ago

Recently, I came across this great topic in the Articulate forums: Advancing to Next Slide Automatically After All Layers Are Complete . Community Member Jennifer Greene came to the forums looking for a way to set up her slide so that after the learner... Read More

by Nicole Legault Posted 11 days ago

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