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Articulate E-Learning Roadshow

Tom Kuhlmann and David Anderson of the Articulate Community were in Dublin. The audience were mainly Storyline users drawn from higher education, business and freelance developers. The UCD contingent included several academics as well as educational technologists. Tom & David started by focusing on design based on the accurate premise that many Storyline courses growContinue Reading

Articulate Storyline for Authoring

  Articulate Storyline is the most recent authoring tool from Articulate. Released over a year ago, it is a much improved version of Articulate Studio which I reviewed in August 2010. Storyline is now a unified, stand-alone product, completely separate from PowerPoint. The three components of Studio – Engage, Quizmaker and Presenter –  are combinedContinue Reading

Articulate for Authoring

Since writing my reviews of Xerte and eXe, Media Services have started authoring using Articulate. Unlike Xerte and eXe, Articulate is a proprietary desktop system built on top of PowerPoint. Its main advantage is that it combines ease of use for those familiar with PowerPoint (nearly all lecturers at this stage!) with tools for creatingContinue Reading

Avoid Death by E-Learning

How not to do it?  ‘Avoid Death by e-Learning‘  was created by Teach America and entered for the Articulate Guru Awards.  Irony lives. Enjoy! Did it win?  See Award Winners from 2009.