Debbi’s portfolio in Articulate Rise
It’s difficult to keep track of all the different systems I’ve provided e-learning for over the years. Time tracking, real estate, government insuring with legal document tracking, sales performance, compliance programs, lending, credit transactions, etc. From green screens to smart phone access, systems drive our businesses. One thing they all have in common – the … Continue reading Learning how to effectively use business systems
Interactive Step Graphics in E-Learning #238 From David Anderson at the E-Learning Heroes Blog: Step graphics (also known as steppers) are interactive explanations that make it easy for learners to sequentially walk through a process, workflow, procedure, or related items. They can be used for all types of learning interactions, from procedural training to interactive storytelling. … Continue reading Kombucha Homebrew in 8 Easy Steps
E-learning designers use maps to show locations of objects, to guide learners from one point to another, share information about multiple places, or to help learners conceptualize themes with visual context. When learners have access to map-inspired interactions, their natural inclination is to dig into the details and explore the map to learn more. Maps … Continue reading Jefferson Community Garden Interactive Map
Static to Interactive: Transform Infographics into Interactive Graphics #236
Onboarding Module Example Here is an example of a quick on-boarding module for a small business created in Articulate Rise. Just because the business is small doesn’t mean a clear outline of who the business or organization is, how your new person fits in, and how their personal development is supported, can’t be provided affordably. … Continue reading Onboarding Module?