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Articulate Storyline to Create a Customized PDF on the Fly?

Need a customized certificate? To-do list? Agenda? Jobaid? I helped someone earlier this year to create a certificate for download that included the name and date of the user after completing a course.

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WireWax Interactive Video in Storyline

Unboxing Challenge If you want to put your eLearning design skills to the test, eLearning Heroes weekly challenges is the way to go. It is amazing to see how different designers approach the same challenge

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Crossword-Like Behavior in Storyline

Let’s solve a puzzle! Someone read my blog about how to use text entry in Storyline by monitoring every letter typed, rather than waiting until “it loses focuses” and asked if that solution

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Games and “Adult Learning Styles”

Games and adult learning styles Yes, playful adult learning styles! No, we’re not talking about the Hooters here! I’ve stumbled upon on this gem article on game-based learning and adult learning

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L&D, What’s Your Story?

The art of storytelling is a must! What’s your story of who we are? What do we bring to the table? L&D has never been about content; it’s always been about humans. You might call them “talents”

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Storyline Magic: Single Slide, Dynamic Sorting Items, Customized Feedback, Change Without Republishing

Drag and Sort Articulate Storyline provides drag and drop question type activity out of the box. You simply add a new slide as a graded question, and select the drag and drop feature. It even gives you

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Action Mapping Tool: Mighty Cards

Cut the fluff Cathy Moore’s action mapping is one of the most useful processes/concepts I’ve seen and used in my career. In short, it helps you get rid of boring learning because it cuts the

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Articulate Storyline: text entry without losing focus

Business Problem When you use a text entry object in Articulate Storyline, the text you type in the field does not get registered until the field loses focus. That means you need to click outside the field

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Brain-Based Application Systems Training

Guess What! Test your guessabililty! Imagine you’re learning a new software application your company is rolling out. Read what you hear. Then guess what your brain is thinking… This is a brain-based

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Reflection on (micro)learning

REFLECTION ON LEARNING You may see your reflection in the Scope Creep Creek, a man-made outdoor swimming pool, any time. It has a zero entry point on one end. Don’t get fooled! If you’re not paying

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