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Articulate Rapid E-Learning Blog - free PowerPoint elearning template

I was digging through some files recently and found this template idea that I started a while back but never did anything with it. It’s built to feel a bit like a book. This could work for an information course or for performance support.

PowerPoint Template Demo

Below is a demo of the free PowerPoint elearning template. I added generic content with images and videos to give you some ideas on how the template could be used.

Articulate Rapid E-Learning Blog - example of the free PowerPoint elearning template

Click here to view the PowerPoint template demo.

Layouts

This PowerPoint template consists of eight core layouts. Of course you can always add more.

Articulate Rapid E-Learning Blog - eight layouts in the free PowerPoint template

Look through the demo I put together to see how I used the layouts with different types of content. That should give you some ideas. The last slide of the template has the color scheming that I used. Use format painter to apply the format to your own shapes and text if you want to use the same formatting.

Click here to download the file. I also included the Pacifico font in the download. It comes via the Google Web Fonts site and the font was created by Vernon Adams.

Articulate Rapid E-Learning Blog - free font to use with the free PowerPoint elearning template via Google web fonts

If you use the template, send me a link. I’d love to see what you did.


Tidbits

Here’s a list of upcoming workshops. I’ll be in London this week at Learning Technologies. I’ll be at the Articulate booth. Come by and say hello. The exhibition is free.

  • March 20 & 21: Durham, NC (ASTD). Two workshops: Day 1 – Rapid E-Learning Workshop. Day 2 – Articulate Storyline Workshop. Sign up fast because seats are limited.
  • April 2 &3: San Diego, CA. Two workshops. Day 1 we’ll look at general elearning tips & tricks. Day 2 will be a hands-on Storyline session. Sign up before it sells out.
  • April: Austin, TX. Details coming.
  • June: Portland, OR. Details coming.
  • Working on some other locations like New York, Philadelphia, and Phoenix. So stay tuned.
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15 responses to “Another Free PowerPoint E-Learning Template”

January 29th, 2013

Thanks for the template… it is a very welcome change of visuals.

January 29th, 2013

Great demo…I haven’t been rickrolled in a while…ha! Thanks for another great template. I like its clean lines. I’ll use this one soon.

January 29th, 2013

Is there anyway I can get the whole demo so that I can replace my content and remove you demo stuff so that I can have all the triggers that are associated with the demo.

Thanks Frank

Try a little diagonal gradient shading on that page curl, to make it more of a curl and less of a flattened dog-ear.

Also, wipe animations (at least in raw PowerPoint) can make the pages actually turn.

@Frank: connect with me and I can get it to you.

I don’t know whether I’m more excited about the template or the videos in it. I haven’t been rick-rolled in a long time. :D

Thanks, Tom!

Ha! Rick-rolled in elearning–I love it!

LOL! Yep, I just got Rick-rolled, too! That was a good one!

February 11th, 2013

Does the demo have narration? I only get audio on the videos

@Pat: no narration

A novice question perhaps, but how do you get the PPT into the player.html format?

You’ll need software that converts the PowerPoint to Flash like Articulate Presenter does.

February 27th, 2013

Tom: Thanks for the info.

March 5th, 2013

Thank you so much for sharing this template. I’ve made some modifications and used it for the following course. So, if you are interested in seeing the template in action, here is the link to the tempshare site. Thank you again for all your inspirations. I am learning so much especially incorporating interactives using Storyline.

Alice

http://tempshare.storyline.articulate.com/p17ktpdodcpga189cio413m1rvn1/story.html

@Alice: good job incorporating the template into Storyline. I like the way you did the quick choice review on slide 2.6.