Hundreds of E-Learning & Instructional Design Articles… All In One Spot!


My blog followers know that I love writing about my experiences and insights when it comes to instructional design and e-learning… but did you know that I also write blog articles for the Articulate E-Learning Heroes Community?

Every week I write about everything related to e-learning…. from software-specific Articulate tutorials and best practices, to general instructional and graphic design tips, my articles are all compiled here, in a handy series: Nicole’s Articles.

Bookmark the page now so it’s easy to access, and check back on a weekly basis to see my latest and greatest content. You can also check out the E-Learning Examples hub and the Downloads hub to see my contributions to the demos and freebies. Those can also be great places to get inspiration and ideas for your next projects.

I’d love to hear your ideas and feedback on my articles. Any topics you’d like to see me write about? Any past favourites in particular? I love getting your feedback, so please leave a comment below. Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter for daily updates!

5 thoughts on “Hundreds of E-Learning & Instructional Design Articles… All In One Spot!

  1. Cecilia_Bernal says:

    Page bookmarked now! I follow your articles Nicole, I learn from them, my favourite ones are when you explain how you build the templates you share with the community. Thank you for sharing your ideas!

  2. Michelle says:

    Your blog is an information gold mine! As a novice instructional designer, your page has quickly becoming my go-to when I have a question about which applications I should learn about. Thankfully I stumbled across your blog while I am still in a position to learn without the added pressure of having my income depend on my trail and error.:) In your past posts, you mention Adobe (Illustrator and Photoshop) quite often as well as Articulate Storyline. Are there any other software applications that you recommend all instructional designers wishing to focus on e-learning become proficient in? I found this list and was wondering if you had any additional input (the author lists Captivate, Lectora, Blackboard, and Moodle). Again, THANK YOU for the information you post, it’s a lifesaver for newbies.)

  3. Robby Nair says:

    Hi Nicole,
    I recently came across your reply to Virak Yang’s query on TNA templates. Could you please mail me the TNA templates you gave out at DevLearn 2012.

    Thank you.
    Robby Nair

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