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If you’ve ever paid a visit to the E-Learning Heroes Community forums, we’ve probably run into one another. That’s because those of us on the Customer Happiness Team spend our time in the forums sharing resources, ideas, and strategies to help make your e-learning projects go a little quicker and easier.

So, we thought it’d be helpful to gather up our most shared resources from this year and pull them together for you. Take a look and then bookmark this article for a handy reading list of Articulate 360 essentials!

#1: Articulate 360 newbie? Start here.

Articulate 360 gives you everything you need for every aspect of course development. But if you’re brand new to Articulate 360, you might have wondered, “Which app should I be using for which task?” That’s where this article, Why You Need the Apps in Articulate 360 and When to Use Them, is the perfect guide to getting started. We love how it walks you through all the apps and resources included in your Articulate 360 subscription, framed around the real-life challenges e-learning developers face. 

#2: Want to improve your skills? Articulate 360 Training is the answer. 

Once you know which Articulate 360 apps to use, you might be wondering how to get better acquainted with them. Say no more! Articulate 360 includes access to Articulate 360 Training. Articulate 360 Training includes a comprehensive library of videos and recorded webinars covering Storyline 360 and Rise 360. These are full of tips and tricks and great for learning at your own pace. You can also sign up for upcoming live webinars with e-learning experts Tom Kuhlmann and David Anderson. With all the great resources in Articulate 360 Training, you’ll be able to ramp up on Articulate applications and take your e-learning expertise to new heights. 

#3: Need to understand more about accessibility? Here’s the Quickstart Guide you’ve been waiting for.

Accessibility in e-learning is a hot topic, but it’s more than just a buzzword. An accessible e-learning course is one that people with disabilities (such as auditory, visual, mobility, and learning disabilities) can take equally effectively. It’s crucial that e-learning pros understand the needs of learners, so they can design courses that work for everyone. That’s why we think this article, Understanding WCAG: A Quickstart Guide for E-Learning Developers, is a wonderful resource if you’re trying to deepen your knowledge of accessibility requirements. 

#4: Looking for ways to improve your workflow? Follow these timesaving tips.

Review 360 is the web-based app for collecting consolidated stakeholder feedback on all your Articulate 360 projects. Review 360 is easy to use and there’s no app for reviewers to download or install, which really streamlines the process of gathering feedback. But have you ever thought about the other ways you could use Review 360 to boost your productivity? This article, 4 Timesaving Ways to Use Review 360, is full of helpful tips for using Review 360 to streamline the entire course creation process—from prototyping to capturing video edits. 

#5: Ready to share your e-learning course with the world? Here’s how ...

You’ve finished creating a beautiful e-learning course with Articulate 360. So now what? How do you share it with your learners? Or what if you want to add a course you’ve created to your website? How do you share it with the world?

Tom Kuhlmann has all the answers for sharing your e-learning course in his article Here’s an Easy Way to Share Your E-Learning Courses.

Wrap Up

With great resources like the ones we’ve shared here and the support of our awesome E-Learning Heroes Community members, we hope you feel like you’ve got a squad of helpers rooting for you and supporting you on your e-learning journey. 

Have questions or need help? The folks on the Customer Happiness Team and the amazing e-learning experts in the Articulate Product forums are here to lend a hand. Feeling stuck? Don’t stress out! You can connect with our Support Team 24/7 by starting a case here.

And while you’re here, don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and come back to E-Learning Heroes regularly for more helpful advice on everything related to e-learning. If you have any questions, please share them in the comments.

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