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4 Design Principles for e-Learning: Sketchnote Summary

If you are just beginning your e-Learning career, you probably don’t know C.R.A.P.  Before you stop reading this post, let me explain. I’m talking about […]

Drag-n-Drop Music with Storyline 360

Drag-and-drop interactions are a fantastic way to compel learners to lean forward and interact with the course content. In fact, that happens to be the […]

Using the Lightbox Slide in e-Learning

In this week’s challenge, How Are You Using Lightbox Slides in E-Learning? #200, it’s all about the lightbox!  Lightboxes provide several ways to present important […]

A Day in the Life of an e-Learning Freelancer

The following post is an excerpt from my new e-Book series, How to Become an e-Learning Freelancer. The three volumes in the series are designed to […]

Using Black and White in Course Design

This week, I’m writing about my Articulate Challenge of the Week submission: Using Black and White in Course Design Monochromatic Color Schemes Although the challenge […]

Construction Theme e-Learning Template

Wow! It seems like it’s been a long time since I participated in an e-Learning Heroes challenge! Things have been pretty hectic around the office […]

Designing Custom Table of Content Menus in E-Learning

I was browsing around the e-Learning Heroes forum this morning looking for a challenge to keep my skills up with Articulate 360. While looking around […]

Rolling the Dice

I think this submission might be considered “coloring way outside the lines” but it was fun to create. In this week’s Articulate challenge “Designing Interactive […]

My New e-Book Series: How to Become an e-Learning Freelancer

UPDATE 3/30/2018: Please visit my new companion website! I designed it as a companion resource for my How to Become An E-Learning Freelancer eBook series.   The new […]

Using Glossary Interactions to Explore America’s Park Systems

Interactive glossaries which are used to define vocabulary terms, explain technical acronyms and provide an understanding of cultural phrases, are commonly used in e-Learning. In this […]

TEST POST-Please Ignore

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Choosing Your Own Avatar using Storyline 360

Avatars are the focus for e-Learning Challenge #195. They provide you with an easy way to increase learner engagement by providing an opportunity to personalize […]

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