15 Handy E-Learning Resources the Community Wants You to Have

Jul192010
Written by Jeanette — Posted in Community

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


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The week gone by was packed with some great resources from your fellow Articulate community members! If you didn’t get a chance to take it all in, here are some highlights of the must-see tips the community shared. And while you’re checking these out, don’t forget it’s Articulate Guru season! Submissions for the Guru Awards are being accepted through August 11. It’s free to enter, and if you win, you get a cash prize, free Articulate software for both yourself and the school or charity of your choice, and a prominent spot in the Community Showcase. Don’t miss this great opportunity to show off your work!

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6 responses to “15 Handy E-Learning Resources the Community Wants You to Have”

1

Hi Jeanette, I like the “juggler” post-it note. How did you make it?

Ron Stephens // Posted at 1:22 pm on July 19th, 2010
2

Hi Ron – Ha, thanks! It’s kind of a spinoff of something I saw on iStockPhoto, but I wanted to use different images on the post-it. :) So I started with a plain yellow square, drawn with PowerPoint’s shape tool, on a blank slide. Then I added a page-curl shadow, like David describes here: http://screenr.com/pV8 The juggling guy is a scan of my own not-very-sophisticated hand-drawn stick figure, lol. Once I had everything positioned on the yellow square, I just did a screenshot and saved it as a .png.

jeanette // Posted at 5:42 pm on July 19th, 2010
3

Hi, Jeanette,

I’m a new user and your screencasts are SO helpful! I’m a state worker blocked from Twitter, so am using this form to reach you with a question about this tip:
” How to narrate & annotate an #Articulate Presenter slide, all at the same time”

This is fabulous, but I’m working in PPT 2003 – can’t get screen with both narrate and annnotate up at same time.

Lissa // Posted at 10:09 am on July 22nd, 2010
4

Hi Lissa, and thanks for your kind words! If you’re using PPT2003, when you choose Record Narration from the Articulate menu and the record window loads, you should see a checkbox in the upper-left of the window that says Show Annotation Tools. Have you marked that? That should make the annotation tools appear on the toolbar of the record window.

jeanette // Posted at 1:05 pm on July 22nd, 2010
5

OK, will do – thanks again. Your tips really rock, and your delivery so so easy and engaging – a real role model! Is there a link other than twitter to reach you?

Lissa // Posted at 1:17 pm on July 22nd, 2010
6

Sure, anytime you post a question or topic in the Articulate community forums I’m likely to see it (http://www.articulate.com/forums/ )… or you can always send a private message via the forums (to do that, click User CP on any of the forum pages after you’ve logged in, and you can send a message from there). :)

jeanette // Posted at 3:26 pm on July 22nd, 2010

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