Find 16 Helpful E-Learning Ideas in this Week’s Community Recap

Jul262010
Written by Jeanette — Posted in Community

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


If you’re searching for a great source of practical, innovative e-learning finds, the Articulate community’s the place to look. As usual, the week that just ended was full of all kinds of community insights and advice. Take a peek at some of the ideas you & your fellow Articulate community members shared throughout the week:

Notable tutorials:

Conversations in the Community:

New blog post:

Seen on Twitter:

9 responses to “Find 16 Helpful E-Learning Ideas in this Week’s Community Recap”

1

I’m trying to find a posting that gave instructions for creating a modular course—someone could click on a master slide for one of the modules and taken directly there. This would enable them to do a module at a time without getting into the entire course. Can someone direct me???

Michele Millard // Posted at 4:11 pm on July 28th, 2010
2

Hi Michele- is this what you had in mind (menu for multiple courses), or something else?

gabe // Posted at 4:29 pm on July 28th, 2010
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Michele, the link Gabe posted is a good one, especially if you have multiple courses that you want to bring together under one umbrella. But if what you have in mind is something a little smaller-scale (i.e., a single course with a menu that allows learners to jump to a specific section) this forum thread has some great resources: http://www.articulate.com/forums/general-discussion/15984-production-techniques-icon-navigation.html

jeanette // Posted at 4:34 pm on July 28th, 2010
4

Thanks, Gabe and Jeanette. Both of these links will be extremely helpful!!

Michele Millard // Posted at 10:28 am on July 29th, 2010
5

Glad to hear it, Michele!

gabe // Posted at 11:19 am on July 29th, 2010
6

Good day PLEASE TELL DOES a higher learning instituion get a discount when buying ARTICULATE ?

Khanyisile // Posted at 3:36 am on August 12th, 2010
7

Hi Khanyisile- yes, individuals affiliated with accredited academic institutions are eligible for educational discounts. Please contact your account manager to learn more.

gabe // Posted at 11:24 am on August 12th, 2010
8

Hi,

I am the Director of Instructional Technology for a K-12 district. I am new at designing e-learning courses. I need some ideas on how to design a course teaching students about cyberbullying. Any ideas?

Cynthia Brower // Posted at 12:11 pm on October 8th, 2010
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Hi Cynthia- you may want to post this question in our forums, where you’ll likely get input from lots of users.

Also, if you haven’t already seen them, our just-announced 2010 Guru Awards winning courses may give you some design ideas.

gabe // Posted at 1:46 pm on October 8th, 2010

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