Posts by Diane Elkins

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E-Learning Authoring Tool Comparison

We get lots of questions about our opinion on the major e-learning authoring tools.  A while back, I did a...

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Don’t Throw the Baby Out With the Multiple-Choice Bath Water

Multiple-choice questions are often maligned by instructional designers. I’ve heard the following at conferences. “Multiple-choice questions don’t measure anything.” “It’s too easy...

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Recap of The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference

Rod and I had the chance to go to Las Vegas last week for DevLearn 12.  Here are some of...

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Five Quick Rules for Using Fonts

1. Never sacrifice legibility for creativity. Unless you are creating fine art, the goal of your text is to be read....

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What’s New in Captivate 6: The Little Things

There has been a lot written about the major changes in Captivate 6 since it was released in June, such...

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Practice Using Articulate Storyline

The best way to get to know an e-learning authoring tool is to USE it.  To help make that a...

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Artisan E-Learning Welcomes Two New Team Members

We are excited to welcome Rod Jackson as the Vice-President of E-Learning Development and Nick Elkins as an E-Learning Developer. Rod...

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Sneak Peek of Lectora Version 11

Last week, Desiree and I had the pleasure of attending the Lectora User’s Conference in Chicago, Illinois. The closing session...

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Our Thoughts on Articulate Storyline

Many people have been asking about what Articulate Storyline can do for you and how it compares to Articulate Studio,...

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The Thinking Behind a Branching Scenario

A common question we get about authoring tools is whether or not a given tool can do branching scenarios. The...

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