The Community’s Top 20 E-Learning Tips from the 1st Half of 2010

Jul122010
Written by Jeanette — Posted in Community

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


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Yep, it’s true. The year’s officially more than half over. It feels like just a few days ago that we were talking about resolutions! And suddenly here we are, smack in the middle of 2010.

The good news is, if you want to build some really great e-learning this year, there’s still plenty of time. And the even better news? The Articulate community has all sorts of great resources to help you with that.

Rather than do our usual weekly recap today, we thought we’d do a Top 20 list of your favorite community insights & tips from the last six months. The list includes tweets, community tutorials, conversations from the forums, and posts from both this blog and The Rapid E-Learning Blog. If you missed some of these the first time around, now’s a good time to learn something new. And even if there are some things here you’ve already seen, we hope the list jogs your memory & gives you new inspiration to incorporate these insights into your own e-learning projects.

Thanks to everyone in the Articulate community for all the sharing, exchanging, conversing (and in some cases the banter, goofiness, and things that make you go “hmm“) that happen all the time around here. Here’s to even more e-learning awesomeness in the second half of 2010!

The Top 20 E-Learning Tips from the 1st Half of 2010

  1. The Truth About Rapid E-Learning
  2. Hear & share audio samples in this community discussion on microphones
  3. A simple PowerPoint animation to make your course feel more human
  4. Build a great e-learning portfolio even if the work you’ve done is confidential
  5. How to create a video hotspot question in Articulate Quizmaker
  6. Creative ways to use Articulate Engage as a video player and more
  7. Create a snapshot focus effect as a menu or interaction
  8. Creative ways to use Articulate Engage Labeled Graphics
  9. Tips for using PowerPoint hyperlinks in your e-learning courses
  10. Create a snazzy iPhone metaphor for your e-learning course
  11. 3 Articulate Quizmaker tutorials you need to know about
  12. Tips for working with hired voiceover talent for your e-learning courses
  13. Add any SWF as a tab on your Articulate Presenter player
  14. 3 examples of how to make your quiz feedback more meaningful
  15. Become an e-learning pro without spending a dime
  16. 6 tips to make your rapid e-learning course a success
  17. Free rapid audio template based on a New York Times multimedia project
  18. Community recommendations for free or low-cost audio resources
  19. 8 new Articulate Presenter skins and 3 new Articulate Engage interactions built by your fellow Articulate community members
  20. Community members tweet sources of free fonts: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6

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