22 Tips for Cleaning Up Your E-learning Courses

Jul92012
Written by David Anderson — Posted in Community

Come clean. You have e-learning courses that need updating. Everyone has at least one course that’s gathering dust in the LMS. Maybe the course needs more interactivity or the designs need polishing, the Articulate community’s got you covered. Check out all the creative insights and helpful ideas folks shared over the past week:

Notable tutorials:

Conversations in the community:

New blog posts:

Seen on Twitter:

2 responses to “22 Tips for Cleaning Up Your E-learning Courses”

1

Articulate blogs are getting better and better. Congratulations. Are you planning on making them mobile compatible? I would like to be able to read them while stuck in traffic jams :-)
Regards
Eduardo

Eduardo Mayorga // Posted at 11:32 am on July 9th, 2012
2

Thanks for highlighting my tutorial. What a great community. What a great company.

Adrian B. Dean // Posted at 7:25 pm on July 10th, 2012

Leave your comment below.

Recent Comments

  • Elaine DeRosa: I always learn something new from the Articulate Community. I look forward to reading...
  • Geraldine kelly: Yes, you can teach an old dog new tricks. Being in the above 55 age group I have...
  • Brenda Stutsky: Love the screencast tips and reviewing samples of Articulate courses.
  • James Aubele: Practical, easy to understand, example filled help is what I like best. FANTASTIC !!!!
  • Luciano FD: I am Brazilian and would love to win this book. even those who are not a Articulate User...
  • Keith Mannock: Interesting articles, good discussions, and insightful comments – what is there...
  • Anne Parker: Being new in EL training I love reading all about Articulate and the learning community....

Articulate E-Learning Blogs

The Rapid E-learning BlogPractical, real world tips for e-learning success. Word of Mouth: The Articulate BlogThe inside scoop for Articulate news and product updates. Community BlogsGet the scoop directly from e-learning heroes.
×
Products
Storyline vs. Studio. Find the software that works for you.