characters in eLearning

4 Tips for Using Characters in eLearning

I’ll be honest; I haven’t always been the biggest fan of using characters in eLearning. I used to think of...

how to organize eLearning content

How to Organize eLearning Content with Sticky Notes

Developing an eLearning course from beginning to end is a complicated, multi-phased process—there’s no denying it. Each phase has its...

Engaging eLearning Quizzes

How Create Engaging eLearning Quizzes

eLearning quizzes are usually boring. Your learners dread taking them, and you dread writing them. Good eLearning strips away ‘need-to-know’...

Bullet Points in eLearning

3 Ways to Transform Bullet Points in eLearning

Bullet points in eLearning have a bad reputation. You might think they’re boring, ugly, or a sign of lazy design....

eLearning Scenarios

5 Things to Include in Your eLearning Scenarios

eLearning scenarios are a great way to challenge your learners with real-life situations and to make your courses more interactive....

How to Cook a Turkey in Articulate Storyline

How to Cook a Turkey in Articulate Storyline

Thanksgiving is my absolute favorite holiday of the year—it’s all about the food! Sadly, I didn’t get the chance to...

remove background noise in Audacity

How to Remove Background Noise in Audacity

One of my favorite tools for recording and editing audio is Audacity. I love it, not only because it’s easy...

eLearning games for kids

eLearning Games for Kids

It’s rare that I find the time to participate in two Articulate Community E-Learning Challenges in a row. As I...

Writing eLearning Narration

Six Steps for Writing eLearning Narration

An eLearning course is only as good as the content it presents. Like any form of communication, if the content...

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