Joining an Articulate Storyline group in Mpls-St Paul

Jul 27, 2015

Hi all: I wanted to make a last call to anyone in the Twin Cities who may want to join us in an Articulate Group.  We'll be meeting soon and we wanted to make sure we don't miss anyone.  Let me know if you want to join us


Chuck Nemer

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Rod Harris

Hi All,

This goes out to all those expressing interested in forming an Articulate Storyline group in the Mpls-St. Paul area.

I use Storyline2 as my primary authoring tool where I work. In Dec I will complete my Master's degree in Training & Performance Improvement. Afterward I would be happy to facilitate or co-facilitate a Storyline group. In the interim, below is an additional option for those located in the Twin Cities Metro area.

The Minnesota chapter of ISPI (International Society for Performance Improvement) has a SIG (Special Interest Group) that meets monthly and uses Storyline 2.

eLearning SIG
Beginning to advanced members meet together to enhance their skills in instructional design and eLearning development in Articulate Storyline by creating online instruction for pro-bono clients.

Meets 6:30 - 8:00 PM on the first Thursday of each month, September-May, at:
Brookdale Library
6125 Shingle Creek Parkway
Brooklyn Center, MN
For more information contact Anne Groetsch,

I'm glad there is interest in this group,
Rod Harris

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Pamela Freeman

Public Libraries have rooms that you can get, I believe, for free. Just a thought. Some are bigger than others.
Might not be able to get on an ongoing basis, however. (Like every first Monday or something. Can try other community oriented places, as well,
such as community centers, or places of worship, Unitarians, Synagogues, churches. Some might be open to allowing us to meet without a fee.
Community Centers probably want a fee, but some might not. Flash mob Surley brewing.

Pamela Freeman
Business Analyst/Trainer
Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota
Children's Business Campus
5901 Lincoln Drive
Edina, MN 55436
Phone: 952-992-5041

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Rachel Craig

Both the Brookdale Library in Brooklyn Center and the Southdale Library in Edina have meeting rooms that can seat up to 180 and 195 people, respectively. You can go to the website, click on "Meeting Rooms" and find a room to reserve based on the size of your group.

Thanks.  :)   Do you have to be a resident of the community?

Rachel Craig

Hi, Jerry,

No problem! I believe you don't have to be a resident of the community to rent the room. You just need to provide an e-mail address. Room set up and take down is done by the people using the room, but can be purchased for a small fee. I think AV equipment rental is the same.


Sara Lulloff

Are members of the group willing (and able) host meetings at their place of work? That's what other professional organization meetings do that can't afford to rent a meeting space. I work for Graco and we host meetings for other groups here and there. I'd be willing to host here in NE Minneapolis. We don't have room for 100, but we could probably squeeze in 50.


Gerry Wasiluk

Thanks, Sara.  Gave a presentation on Storyline best practices at Graco a few months back and the room was nice.  For the first meeting, however, think we might need a bigger room.

Rachel--attended a presentation at the Roseville library a few years back and remember it being really large.  Got to check that out.

The room where Tom and David had Articulate Live was nice also.  Need to remember where that was.

Gerry Wasiluk

I'm currently in the process of updating our list of interested user group members.  So far we have around 90 names.  WONDERFUL!

For many of the people in this thread, I don't have your e-mail addresses.  Even a few folks who said they took our survey last year, I'm not seeing their names in the survey data.

So if you are still interested in this user group, or are not sure, and want to be sure you are included, go here to enter just your name and e-mail address and you'll be included.


Gerry Wasiluk

We have just sent to our members a recap of our first user group meeting as well as links to the recording of Nicole Legault's great presentation on Articulate 360, among other documents.  Look for this in the inbox for the e-mail address that you registered with.

We will be announcing our second user group meeting shortly.  It will probably be late February.

If you want to keep informed of the Twin Cities Articulate User Group, join the group by way of the registration link above.  Note:  You only need to register once.  (If you get the e-mail recap then you are registered--no need to register again.)

Gerry Wasiluk
Jocelyn Lauer

I see these posts are from over a year ago...did anything become of this group?  I have 3 new users who would be interested. Thank you!





Yes, we had our first meeting this past December.  Our next meeting will be in late February and should be announced very shortly.


 Go here to register folks so they can stay informed.


 Hope this helps!