Thank you for posting this question to us all. It has been interesting reading the postings! Especially for those of us who are new to elearning and new to Articulate.
I work for the State of Wisconsin, Department of Corrections, and am one of two full-time elearning designers in our Training Center. We also have two classroom based training academies (probation and parole agents and correctional officers). Our little elearning unit produces online training modules on a variety of topics.
I have been in this position for less than a year and I can’t say enough how appreciative I am of the Articulate Community! All of the helpful tutorials, templates and active forum participation has been a godsend to me trying to get up to speed with this software.
My background, and career path, has all been in Human Resources. I have 16 years of HR public sector experience, mostly dealing with employee relations, grievances, disciplinary actions, appeals, performance management, equal employment opportunity, harassment and discrimination investigations, etc. I am really enjoying this transition from dealing with difficult people problems all day to dealing with fun and creative training problems all day. I can see why anyone who enters the elearning world would never want to leave! I am having so much fun!