Category Archives for elearning

Advanced Storyline: Selecting With a Twist

Have you ever tried painting with a twist? The other day someone posted a question on Articulate’s eLearning Heroes community: “Let’s say I have multiple items I want the user to select

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Looking for an innovative, digital problem solver?

If you’re looking for an innovative, digital problem solver, let’s talk! I am ready for the next challenge to solve some of these problems below, using my 20 years of expertise in engineering,

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Catch-22 Serious eLearning Manifesto BINGO

UPDATE: Check out the non-serious video clips in the new Bingo! Click each principle to hear from a retired private detective who’s been chasing non-serious elearning perps for a long, long time.

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“Utilizing Gamification”

I have another accomplishment to put on my resume: “lampo di luce!” Of course, there’s a story behind it. I was honored to be included in a list of talented eLearning pros in Tom’s

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L&D Unite: Around the WORL&D in 80 Hours!

Dear Total Stranger! You don’t know me. You’ve never met me. Maybe you never will in real life. My name is Zsolt. There’s so much hate, anger, and divide out there in the world! Partly,

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Game of Random Thrones

Welcome to Game of Random Thrones! GoT is back! In the honor of Winter coming soon, this post demonstrates how to use JavaScript to randomize your data. Business case: let’s say you have a list of

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The Host Has Not Yet Arrived: Multiple-Choice Sucks?

Multiple Choice Sucks I’m sure you’ve been there. Legal takes your well-crafted multiple-choice questions and adds just enough words for clarification to the correct answer to make it four

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How to make the most out of a conference?

How to make the most out of a conference? Have you ever been to a conference where some of the sessions were great wins, some okay impasses, while others felt like you just can’t beat the house?

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Design Thinking and Augmented Reality

In my ATD Learning Technologies blog, I’ve explored how the design thinking framework helps creating the Escape the WORL&D! experience for my innogizer session at the ATD International Conference

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Rise Completion on Launch

Here’s an example of hiding branches in Rise. While the solution above work, there’s a caveat: since some of the user does not see all branches, Rise will send completion to the LMS, even if

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