Are You Interested in Local Articulate User Groups?

Nov 24, 2014

Hey gang,

I'm looking to gauge level of interest in starting some local Articulate user groups; I mean interest in terms of attending, participating, and/or hosting these groups.

A user group is a gathering of people with a shared interest, in this case, Articulate software. These would be fun, casual, and informal get-togethers that allow people to network with other Articulate and e-learning professionals, learn new things, and share cool discoveries or projects they've created.

Let me know if you're interested in this idea and what city you'd like to see the user groups in by leaving a comment below. 


269 Replies
Alphonso Hendricks

Would love to participate and help organise such a group in Africa - specifically South Africa, where I reside.

Would also like to join a group that develops Physics and Maths learning resources using Storyline so that we can place more pressure on developers to include more than just +, - x and / when it comes to variable operations. 

Nicole Legault

Hey gang!!

Thanks for all the awesome responses! Many community members have shown interest in starting their own groups. It's so exciting to see so much excitement and interest in local user groups!

To help you guys get started, I've developed a high-level checklist for planning and setting up the first user group event. It's high-level because every person's approach will be slightly different -- there isn't one right or wrong way to execute a user group.

That being said, I strongly believe we can learn a lot from other people's experiences, mistakes and challenges with their own groups... to that end, before I finalize the checklist and publish it, I'd like to test it with real community members.

If you're interested in testing out this checklist and providing me with your feedback over the next several weeks, leave a comment below and let me know. I'll use the "Contact Me" feature on your profile to send you an email with the link to the checklist. 

Thanks again everyone!

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