Results for the ‘Community Tutorials’ category

The Secret to Stunning Custom Quizzes: Slide View

Aug292013

At conferences and workshops, we’ve noticed that a lot of e-learning folks build quizzes using Quizmaker’s default form view. It’s a great option for creating quizzes quickly and easily with a consistent look and feel—but, the flip side of that consistency is that the look and feel doesn’t always match your course design. Instead of [...]

Articulate Storyline Tutorials

May22012

Listed below are recent Articulate Storyline tutorials made by your fellow Storyline users in the Articulate Community. The list comes from a Diigo bookmark feed and is updated frequently. You might also like to check out the Articulate Storyline tutorials at E-Learning Heroes. Want to stay on top of new tutorials as they’re added here? [...]

Articulate Presenter Tutorials

Jul12009

Check out this collection of tutorials created for Presenter users by the Articulate Community. They’re sorted by the four sections on the Presenter toolbar (Narration, Insert, Tools, and Publish). The lists come from a Diigo bookmark feed and the items are updated frequently. You might also like to check out the Articulate Presenter tutorials at E-Learning [...]

Articulate Quizmaker Tutorials

Jul12009

These Quizmaker tutorials were made by your fellow Quizmaker users in the Articulate Community. They’re sorted into seven lists: six that correspond to sections on the Quizmaker toolbar (Insert, Edit, Results, Group, Quiz, and Publish), and one for using the question editor’s Slide View. Each list comes from a Diigo bookmark feed and is updated [...]

Articulate Engage Tutorials

Jul12009

These tutorials, made by your peers in the Articulate Community, will give you ideas and tips for using Articulate Engage. The list comes from a Diigo bookmark feed and is updated frequently. You might also like to check out the Articulate Engage E-Learning Heroes Tutorials! Want to stay on top of new tutorials as they’re [...]

Articulate Online Tutorials

Jul12009

Check out the Articulate Online E-Learning Heroes Tutorials! Here’s a collection of Articulate Online tutorials that the Articulate Community created. The list comes from a Diigo bookmark feed and is updated frequently. Want to stay on top of new tutorials as they’re added? Click the orange RSS button at the end of the list to [...]

PowerPoint Tutorials

Jul12009

Let your fellow Articulate users help sharpen your PowerPoint skills! These PowerPoint tutorials were made by your peers in the Articulate community. The list comes from a Diigo bookmark feed and is updated frequently. You might also like to check out the Building Better Courses Tutorials at E-Learning Heroes! Want to stay on top of [...]

Multimedia Tutorials

Jul12009

Learn helpful multimedia tips for your elearning projects by viewing these tutorials, created by the Articulate Community. The list below comes from a Diigo bookmark feed and is updated frequently. You might also like to check out the other tutorials available at E-Learning Heroes! Want to stay on top of new tutorials as they’re added? [...]

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