If you’re new to the e-learning field, you might soon realize that people often assume you have some kind of magical ...
If you need to develop an accessible e-learning course, you should make sure that your content can be accessed by tho...
This week’s challenge asked e-learning designers to share course starter kits using the popular comic book style desi...
Back when I was a project manager in an e-learning company, the review process was a real headache for everyone invol...
Create cool interactivity in Storyline 360 using cue points.
When you need more interactivity in your e-learning course, adding drag-and-drop interactions is a is a go-to strateg...

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An important part of an instructional designer’s job is creating assessments and quizzes. There’s a lot involved in t...
 In this roundup, we're shining a light on what's possible with some lightboxes and a little creativity.
A lot of great things were happening around the community this week. Here's dozens of fresh examples, freebies, and a...
With 3+ million assets to choose from in Content Library, how do you hone in on what you really want? Here are some t...
PowerPoint is handy for so many tasks that come across an e-learning developer’s desk. Sure, it has its limitations—y...
A great way to end an excellent e-learning course is a compelling knowledge check. A well designed quiz is more than ...
This week’s challenge asked e-learning designers to create or record an unboxing-style video. The examples include cr...
Have you ever seen a text with an image fill, like this one, and said to yourself, “I wish I could do that”? Well,...
Not every learner has the same needs or interests. That makes it hard for course creators to create compelling, tailo...