Grow Your E-learning Muscles with These Tips from the Articulate Community

May72012
Written by David Anderson — Posted in Community

This blog post is by Articulate Community Manager David Anderson.


We’re in Denver this week for ASTD 2012 International Conference & Exposition. The team is hosting live, mini-sessions each day at our booth (#730). You can even get a sneak peek of our upcoming Articulate Studio ’12.

There’s even more big news: Articulate Storyline is now available! That’s right! You can now download a fully functional, 30-day trial of Articulate Storyline. Learn more about Articulate Storyline’s features and then head over to the showcase to see those features in action.

We added some Getting Started tutorials and screencasts, a new forum and some free interaction templates to help you get the most out of Storyline. In typical Articulate Community fashion, folks are already exchanging source files, answering questions and sharing published examples.

Have a great week, Heroes!

Notable tutorials:

Conversations in the community:

New blog posts:

Seen on Twitter:

Recent Comments

  • Ashley Terwilliger: Hi Carlos, If you’re not seeing it listed as Update 3, I’d first want...
  • Ashley Terwilliger: Hi Courtney, We don’t announce dates or timelines for future releases and...
  • Ashley Terwilliger: Hi Jim, You may want to review the information in this article on how to set this...
  • Jim Schoemer: I like the idea of showing ppt masters behind the interactions. I viewed the video...
  • Courtney: How is Android Support coming along?
  • Carlos Mascote: Products not showing as updated on ‘About’ screen after installing this...
  • Khanh: Love the updates. Just installed it but have not used all the features described here. I...

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