Articulate Storyline 360: Indexing Scenes

When I teach my vILT Articulate Storyline 360 classes, we tackle scene creation right away. As the project grows and more scenes are added, students quickly […]

Using YouTube to Auto-generate Closed Captioning Transcripts

I’ve captured the steps needed to use YouTube to auto-generate subtitles for videos that you have recorded. Sometimes when we are videoing someone demonstrating how […]

Making deliberate practice a part of your routine.

I found this article this morning on “(Deliberate) practice makes perfect: how to become an expert in anything” by Aytekin Tank, founder of JotForm.  It’s a […]

How I built a conference app using Articulate Storyline

I was interested and surprised to read a recent opinion piece by Matthew Huges, The Next Web, stating his dislike for conference apps. He mentions that after […]

Storyline 360 Fill In the Blank Interaction

I was looking for a different way to show a bullet point slide. Technically this is still just a bullet point slide, but I’ve changed […]

Creating Video from Pictures

One great way to add visual interest and movement on the screen is to create videos from pictures. I like to use the panning technique […]

Best Case Scenario

If you’re not careful, an eLearning lesson can quickly devolve into an “information dump” where learners are barraged with a huge pile of data with […]

Car Accident Timed-Based Scenario

One type of e-Learning that I enjoy creating is procedure-based scenarios. When done correctly, they move the learner from absorbing information to actively participating in […]

Click-and-Reveal Interactions in E-Learning

Click-and-Reveal interactions provide you with a great way to break up large chunks of information and organize it in an easier way for the learner […]

e-Learning Narration (TTS vs In-House vs Professional Voice-Over)

As an e-Learning developer, I always work hard to improve my development workflow when designing courses for my clients. Over the years, I’ve used Text-to-Speech […]

Creating Countdown Timers in e-Learning!

On occasion, my clients need a timed-based interaction in their course.  Timed-based interactions are commonly used in game-based learning but can also be helpful when […]

Rubik’s Blues

I love watching science programs. I remember one show in particular was all about human perception and how we humans can be fooled by optical […]

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