This blog post is by Articulate Community Manager David Anderson.
Awards shows sure are a lot of fun—especially when everyone wins. And each week, we host our own, informal celebration of most helpful e-learning tips & insights shared in the Articulate Community.
The best part is anyone can participate. Start up a new discussion or answer some questions in the forums. Create a quick demo using Screenr. Or Tweet an interesting resource or article using the #Articulate hashtag in your tweet. For even more ideas of ways to share, check out last week’s highlights:
- Changing your Articulate Presenter ‘09 player to a different language
- Free tool to create lists of vocabulary from any text or e-learning script
- Here’s how to customize button labels in Articulate Quizmaker ’09
Conversations in the community:
- E-learning in healthcare monthly discussion
- Building e-learning courses available through subscription
- Ideas for selecting the right fonts and reducing on-screen text
- What awesome effects do you have up your sleeve?
- Best practice for navigation
- What process do you use to design logos?
- How do you assess your e-learning courses?
- How do you audition volunteer employees to use in your courses?
- Pros, cons, and video exporting suggestions
- Calling attention to Articulate Engage ’09 navigation buttons
- Creating scene and layout elements for your courses
New blog posts:
Seen on Twitter:
- @tmiket shares a link to free Photoshop alternatives for editing photos
- @m_yam shares a link to Brilliant Mistakes
- @elearningcoach shares a link to Minute Physics
- @tomkuhlmann shares a link to video codecs for e-learning
- @Articulate shares a link to a snazzy free community skin you can use with Articulate Presenter ’09