(W)e – Learning and Sharing

A "get your hands dirty" blog, that gives you an insight on Instructional Design, and various challenges faced by an Instructional Designer.

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Posts by (W)e – Learning and Sharing

The Magic of Adapt: An Adapt Authoring Tool Review

Since the advent of multi-device and responsive e-learning everyone jump out of their socks to a solution that promises a responsive, customized and innovative approach […]

The Big Freebie List

It always helps to have a freebie list by your side. From templates to images to audio files, this list always saves my day. Till […]

Getting a Flat Skin – Part II

Continuing the flat skin theme and extending it to other rapid authoring tools, here is my contribution for Lectora. I was using a trial version […]

Getting a Flat Skin – Part I

Recently I created some flat templates for mock-ups. Among other Rapid Authoring Tools, I created the Storyline version as well. Here is my course design […]

Power of Simple Animations in E-Learning

This is just a quick post on how I used simple animations in Storyline, to create an interesting audio visual. This audio visual gets its inspiration from […]

Free Storyline Menu Template

I was browsing through the articulate community, where I came across Josh Stoner’s post on ‘nested menu’. He combined the concept of Slide Master and […]

Building an Online Course ‘Gate Screen’

The awesome community of ELH has a weekly challenge for e-learning enthusiasts. Amazing challenges, and contributions! This particular challenge is about building interesting and interactive […]

Action Fine-Tuning: Editing a Screencast in Storyline

In this post, we will discuss fine tuning the Articulate Storyline’s screen recording feature, to the frame level, so as to easily customize our step-by-step […]

TOP 5 Myths about E-learning: Myth 5 Busted

Let us bust the last myth of the series – Myth 5: No need to waste time on summary screens. Just put some key points as […]

TOP 5 Myths about E-learning: Myth 4 Busted

Till now in the myth buster series, we have clarified the following myths – 1. Myth 1: Learning the e-learning tools are very difficult, hence […]

TOP 5 Myths about E-learning: Myth 3 Busted

In the last 2 posts we discussed about how to get over with the two common psychological challenges, that an instructional designer faces – 1. […]

TOP 5 Myths about E-learning: Myth 2 Busted

In the last post, we discussed how to overcome the PPT phobia. Today, we shall clear the mist from the next myth. Myth 2: E-learning […]