Justin Stuart

The Hare, The Tortoise and The Power of Storytelling

Stories have been wielded as tools for teaching throughout most of human history. Whether it be the exploits of gods used to explain natural phenomena or the adventures of mischievous cats and daring princesses showing children right from wrong, tales of teaching have existed since stories were first told. Even now, centuries after the birth of myth and fairytale, stories are used every day even more versatile ways.

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Cathy Gillespie

Are you making the most of Articulate 360 Rise ready-made content?

Articulate 360 Rise is a popular tool for creating eLearning courses. It is easy to use and can help you create high-quality courses quickly. But did you know that one of the best features of Rise is its ready-made content. This content includes templates, modules, and assets that you can use to create your own courses.

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Abby Marriott

Three reasons storyboarding matters

Ten percent of the population is dyslexic, which is a significant proportion. And yet dyslexia is still often poorly understood and is not taken into account in the presentation of our online content.

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Hamish Paton

Storyline Product Release: 360° images

Any new features built into our online authoring tools pique our interest and keep us fresh with the design and delivery of learning activities. Articulate Storyline’s new 360 image feature is no different and had to be investigated.

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Things L&D should steal from marketing

We’ve been inspired lately by some of the articles and videos that compare learning with marketing, suggesting that in the learning and development industry (L&D), we would do well to incorporate some of the core marketing concepts into our learning projects.

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Tom Gillespie

Storyline vs Rise vs Both

Tips for weaving together Articulate Storyline and Rise Articulate boasts one of the most popular authoring tools on the market today, and here at Like-Minded

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