How Do You Spell “e” Learning? (and other “e” words)

How do you spell elearning? Or should I say e-learning with a hyphen? And how do you capitalize it? ELearning? Elearning? eLearning? E-Learning? E-learning? e-Learning? […]

Partnership of UDL (Universal Design for Learning) and Captivate

Course designs should aim to progress the learner on the continuum from novice to expert and allow participants to engage with the content in ways […]

A smorgasboard of ideas to put on your organization’s radar! [Christian]

From DSC: At the Next Generation Learning Spaces Conference, held recently in San Diego, CA, I moderated a panel discussion re: AR, VR, and MR.  […]

7 Tips To Evaluate Your Resources Before Outsourcing eLearning

Are you getting ready to outsource your eLearning? If so, have you already gathered your assets and conducted a thorough inventory? In this article, I’ll […]

The Sweet Spot in Educational Design Opportunities

Overview Technology should not be used as a method for delivering information to learners, but instead it should be use as to assist learners in […]

Tips for Successful Custom eLearning

PulseLearning was recently invited by, eLearning Industry to contribute to the publication of a free eBook. The eBook  provides organizations with a number effective tips for Successful Custom […]

Apple Releases Education Bundle With Video, Audio Editing Tools [campustechnology.com]

Apple Releases Education Bundle With Video, Audio Editing Tools — from campustechnology.com Excerpt: Apple Friday introduced its Pro Apps Bundle for Education, available for K–12 schools […]

How To Create State Changes with Grouped Objects in Storyline

As some of you know, I’m a big advocate for participating in the Articulate Challenges over at the e-Learning Heroes forum. One of the challenges […]

Jot Down Your Thoughts With the Papier Extension for Chrome

Last week, I learned about a new extension called Papier from one of Mike Taylor’s tweets. Papier is an extension that provides a simple way to take notes […]

Share Your Freebies Week 4: #53Freebies – Drag and Drop Coffee

It’s Week #4 of the “Share Your Freebies” blog series at Articulate. This week, it’s time to get your buzz on with my FREE Drag and […]

Share Your Freebies Week 3: #53Freebies – Photographs

Articulate recently started a blog series titled, Share Your Freebies. I’ve contributed each week and will continue to do so as time permits. We are […]

Focus and Action: My Words for 2017

Yesterday, I came across this post from Matt Guyan. In the post, he talked about discovering the hashtag #oneword. The idea behind the hashtag is pretty simple. Choose a […]

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