No matter how you cut it, e-learning designers obsess over finding the right course style that works best with their learners. From flat-iron linear to curly branching, or self-styled pacing to professionally staged, your e-learning style says a lot about you and your learners.
So if you’re looking to sport a new style, rework a bad cut, increase volume, or mix in a little color, brush on over to E-Learning Heroes. You can comb through all sorts of tips and advice from your fellow community members to find the most flattering e-learning ‘do for your course.
Maybe you’ve found a sleek twist on e-learning course design? Share your success below. If you’re still searching for the right look, check out the timeless tips shared over the past week:
- Managing the number of selections in Articulate Storyline Pick Many quiz
- Set/Get Articulate Storyline variables within your AS3 Flash file
- How to create a custom glow in Articulate Storyline
Conversations in the community
- How to create a toggle button effect in Articulate Storyline
- Using Articulate software for classroom based training
- Guided tour of a form
- Automated voiceover for testing
- Seeking ideas for making statistical information more interactive
- Initiating course with a code
- How to change style of correct answer?
- What are your most popular blog posts?
- Label a diagram for a quiz
- What is the coolest thing you have done with Storyline lately?
New blog posts
- 3 Rules When Selecting Fonts for Your Online Training Course
- Articulate Storyline Healthcare Training Takes Aim at Maternal Mortality Rates
Seen on Twitter
- @OmniplexeLearn shared a link to The Secret of Bite-Sized Learning and eLearning Development
- @ayesha_commlab shared a link to using states and triggers to create branching grid navigation in Articulate Storyline
- @tmiket shared a link to why the half-life of a Pinterest pin is thousands of times longer than a tweet or Facebook post
- @kerina shared a link to the most common mistakes in engaging volunteers or just about any type of group
- @Tracy_Parish shared a link to a design resource freebie containing 1,000 free vector icons