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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...

Do You Really Know the Terms and Conditions of Your Purchased Media?

“Check the box to agree to the terms and conditions.” Click. Eager to get to the next step on the...

Three Tips for Teaching Successful Software Training Classes

As Artisan’s resident E-Learning Authoring Tools Trainer, the primary focus of my job has been to teach other e-learning professionals...

Eliminating “Character Writer’s Block” with uinames.com

Recently, I was writing storyboards. When I came to a scenario, I felt that old, familiar feeling coming on: What...

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