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. 


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Ivonne Alemany

Hi There - I'm located in Johns Creek GA formerly part of Alpharetta GA).

I have a potential free location to meet off 141 N off Abbotts Bridge Rd.
To answer your question, I can go up as far as Cumming GA.

Let me know your thoughts and if you are open to the possibility of having a Skype for Business meeting where we can share desktops etc.



Ivonne Alemany
Learning Specialist
770.409.2456 office
770.377.0131 cell


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Mike Jones

I'm gathering interest for folks in the Greater Pittsburgh Area, Maria. We could probably expand it to the tri-state area, if you're interested in it. I think we'll be primarily virtual, so that should save you some unnecessary mileage.

I'm working on a Google Form, now to collect information and get things started.

In the meantime, head over to this thread to let us know if you're interested so you can get updates.

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