#ELHfavs: What's your favorite tutorial, article, challenge, or download?

Dec 22, 2014

#ELHfavs: What

Happy Monday E-Learning Heroes!

You've probably seen our Best of 2014 lists we've shared over the past couple weeks. We've shared our best lists on:

So now it's your turn. What's your favorite article, challenge, tutorial, or download from 2014? Share one or more of your favorites below.

If you share your favs on Twitter, try using #ELHfavs so others can track your community favs.


3 Replies
Ashley Chiasson

Mentioned this over on the Twitter, but definitely Stephanie's tutorial on how to create user notes they can print and email. I've used this approach MANY TIMES, it's a client favourite, and super practical! - https://community.articulate.com/discussions/building-better-courses/user-notes-that-they-can-print-and-email


Jeff Kortenbosch

I think it's impossible to choose a favorite post, download, whatever in this amazing community. Should I opt for the free tutorials? Or maybe the downloads or e-learning examples... The e-learning challenges perhaps as those are an amazing development opportunity...

Like Ashley there is one post that I've used successfully many times and always amazes all who see it. It's Steve Flowers: Generating closed captions in Storyline

It allows you to create subtitles for your voice-overs/videos which you can actually export for translation time them to your audio and everything. A big +1 and thank you for Steve!

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