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Instructional Design TIPs 2017

2017 What a year! We’ve raised 5 minute microlearnings to the heights of registered deity, explored fantastic AR/VR experiences that will revolutionize learning one day (just because we’re

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Storyline as showstopper in Rise

Showstoppers are sometimes good! This example shows how to embed a Storyline interaction in Rise as a “showstopper,” meaning the user can’t continue with the Rise content until they complete

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xAPI Santa: what did you learn in 2017?

The story(line) behind xAPI Santa With the holidays on the corner, I rewrapped one of last year’s xperiment (xAPI) for the Articulate eLearning Heroes challenge. In this interactive piece, you send

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Who the [Bleep] is L&D?

My book, Engage the WORL&D!, is based on a thirty-day blog-writing challenge I did last year. My daily stories were self-reflections on learning via a-ha moments. After completing the thirty-day

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Published: Engage the WORL&D!

After a year of writing (which will be a lessons-learned post itself), my book, Engage the WORL&D! is now published. What best describes the book? A whimsical, brain-picking “meme-oir”

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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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JavaScript: Escape the Jungle

Articulate Storyline encourages you to be an escape artist. Some of the more complicated projects may seem like you’re in the jungle of variables, triggers and conditions. The following trick may

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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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