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I Paid More

I Paid More Example Course In this course, Ray Jimenez uses a mini-scenario that addresses the issue of managing customer relationships. Tools Used: Adobe Captivate What we like: Ray shows how a simple dialog can be used to quickly create a realistic scenario to raise questions about how the learner would have handled a similar…

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If There Is Booze

If There Is Booze Example Course In this course, Ray Jimenez uses a mini-scenario that addresses the issue of handling cultural conflicts in an after-work social setting. Tools Used: Articulate Storyline What we like: Ray shows how a simple dialog can be used to quickly create a realistic scenario. If you liked this example, you…

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Does Age matter

Does Age Matter Example Course In this course, Ray Jimenez uses a mini-scenario that addresses the issue of age discrimination in the workplace. Tools Used: Adobe Captivate What we like: Ray shows how a simple dialog can be used to quickly create a realistic scenario of a conflict that could occur in the workplace.  Additionally, instead…

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6 eLearning Intro Screen Ideas

eLearning Intro Screens - How to Build

You only have one chance to make a first impression. That’s why the intro, or “splash” screen, is arguably the most important slide in your eLearning course. While it doesn’t change performance, it does set the tone for the learner’s experience. “Does this course look like it is well designed or just thrown together?” The…

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Use conversations to deliver eLearning content- and a free template

eLearning Conversation

If you look closely, you’ll notice that content is delivered through conversations in many types of media… in movies, TV shows, interviews, commercials, and more. Part of the beauty of conversations is that the content is delivered and you aren’t even aware of it. In this post I’ll outline some best uses of conversations to…

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Icon Sets: 5 questions to ask before you buy or download

Back before I started eLearningArt, I worked on a consulting project in a niche industry that had a limited supply of useful stock images. Given our budget, conducting a custom photo-shoot was out of the question. On the other end of the spectrum, we also didn’t want the unprofessional feel of using mismatched clipart. Instead,…

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Present course information in a cool way with display board eLearning templates

When I work with display board eLearning templates, the image of the display board is only one part of the design. You’re probably used to seeing images like this (you don’t need to read the content, it’s just a placeholder): …which is fine. But when I use display boards in my eLearning courses, the image…

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