15 Community Tips to Help You Build Top-Quality E-Learning

Jun72010
Written by Jeanette — Posted in Community

This guest blog entry was written by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks.


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Whether you’re new to e-learning and starting out on the ground floor, or you’ve been building courses for a while now, the Articulate community’s got all sorts of practical tips to take your e-learning to the next level. In case you missed some of the good stuff that was shared throughout the last week, we’ve rounded up some of the week’s best insights & advice from your fellow community members. Take a look:

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