Weekly Recap: The Best Tips and Insights Shared in the Articulate Community

Dec172012
Written by David Anderson — Posted in Community

Maybe you were good at explaining things. Or you were good at designing presentations. Or you went to school to be an e-learning designer. Regardless of your path, you’re an e-learning designer who’s always improving your skills and seeking ways to build better e-learning. Like snow globes, e-learning projects can be shaken so much that even the most-experienced designers feel snowed under. That’s why the Articulate community is like a heated blanket that offers warm tips and insights that will never leave you out in the cold.

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