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What to Know Before Building an E-Learning Course

Before committing resources to your course, it’s important to understand what type of e-learning course you need to build. E-learning courses tend to be one of two types: Information Performance Information-based courses are more like explainer courses where the main objective is to share information or offer a linear explanation of the content. This is […]

E-learning Example & Tutorial: How to Fight a Bear and Live

During the recent Articulate User event at Devlearn, Sarah Hodge from SlideSugar shared a really cool example that she built in Storyline. She incorporated the 3D models from PowerPoint to create videos that she added to her e-learning course. Click here to view the e-learning example. It’s a great example with some really neat ideas. […]

Your Branched Scenario Needs to Look Like Something. Is this it?

Developing the content and flow of an interactive branched scenarios is one thing. Creating the visual structure is another. In today’s post we’ll look at some key considerations when building scenarios and come up with a simple storyboarding process to help think through the scenario design and layouts. Branched Scenarios: 3C Model Years ago, I […]

Do You Need to be a Programmer to Build E-Learning Courses?

Do you need to be an e-learning programmer to build e-learning courses? A lot has changed with e-learning over the past decade or so. As noted before, it used to require a team of people that usually included someone with some programming skills. However, as the rapid e-learning market emerged, the need for programming skills virtually […]