eLearning Development Resources
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Below are eLearningArt blog posts on eLearning development. We also suggest that you start here:
Ok. So if you signed up for the free character image giveaway I announced in last week’s 2015 recap post, you have all of these images…but how do you actually use them? Let me share examples of
It’s been an eventful year at eLearningArt, and for me, personally. Mostly, I’m excited about the birth of my son, Rowan Hardin Jones, on Dec 1, 2015. He just cracked his first smile last week,
One of the ways I become a better eLearning designer is by finding good examples and trying to replicate the elements I like. Recently, my friend Brooke Schepker from Yukon Learning shared a sample course.
Synopsis When building eLearning scenarios or stories, sometimes you need more than two people in a conversation. This tutorial outlines the best practices for building multi-person conversations and includes the source files so that you
Synopsis Often, you have a blank background image in an eLearning course as the basis for a scenario or story. This background image doesn’t create a very realistic scene; it feels like a ghost town.
Synopsis PowerPoint artistic effects are a powerful tool to create contrast and add visual interest. In this tutorial, I show you several of my favorite effects, and combinations of effects, with step-by instructions. Video Script
Synopsis By breaking apart a background image into three elements (walls, baseboards, and floors), you create exponential options for your backgrounds through different configurations. This tutorial will show you how to use the different elements