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Capturing 360° Media

I’ve been having fun playing with the new 360 image features in Adobe Captivate. It got me wondering how hard...

Learning Through Rose Colored Glasses

Learning Through Rose-Colored Glasses

Are the colors of your elearning content working together to create a cohesive design? Do they send the right message...

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Where Do You Get Your Inspiration for E-Learning?

Last month at the Learning Solutions conference, I hosted a Morning Buzz discussion on getting inspiration for e-learning courses.  Here...

Four Ways E-Learning Authoring Tools Handle Responsive Design

If you want your e-learning courses to work well on mobile devices such as phones and tablets, you are most...

Visual Communication Tips for E-Learning

Visual communication is more than just making something pretty.  Learn about how graphic design, instructional design, and information design all...

Working with SMEs

Three Must-Know Strategies for Working with SMEs

A good experience working with SMEs (subject-matter experts) can mean the difference between an effective versus an ineffective course; between...

Articulate Storyline Tips in Under 140 Characters: Part I

My absolute favorite part of being an e-learning developer is the incredible sense of community that exists with Articulate users....

Five Things to Include in Your E-Learning Scenarios

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

Five Reasons to Use Gamification in E-Learning

A few years ago, my husband and I went to a swanky Christmas party. My friend’s party had been a...

Be Aware of Being Aware

You might have faced this situation before: you’re working on an e-learning course, and the subject-matter experts (SMEs) keep wanting...

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