When the search term “eLearning help” returns 37,700,000 results, it’s easy to be overwhelmed at the sheer amount of eLearning resources on the internet. So we thought we’d point you in the direction of some of our favorites.
- Articulate E-Learning Heroes Community
You’ve probably guessed by now that we’re really good friends with the team over at Articulate. But, their ‘E-Learning Heroes Community’ is truly one of our favorite resources, with no biased included!
The E-Learning Heroes Community is full of great freebies for Articulate Storyline or Studio users, but also helps out any eLearning professional; from finding eLearning jobs to improving your technical writing skills.
Check out the Articulate E-Learning Heroes Community, here.
- Cathy Moore: Let’s save the world from boring training!
Cathy Moore’s blog is a favorite of our instructional designers here at Omniplex. Cathy is an internationally recognized training designer, with her designs being used in some amazing companies such as Microsoft, Barclays and the US Army.
See the rest of Cathy’s blog, here.
- eLearning Industry eLearning Industry is a collection of eLearning blogs, and it’s a resource not to be missed. Founded by Christopher Pappas, the eLearning Industry website is the largest online community of eLearning professionals.
- eLearning Brothers eLearning Brothers blog is a great hub of eLearning knowledge. Covering a wide range of topics including Storyline, Graphic Design and Instructional Design.
- The eLearning Coach: For designing smarter learning experiences
The eLearning coach is run by Connie Malamed, an eLearning, information and visual designer.
Connie shares her ideas, tips and best practices for eLearning development, such as 25 story ideas for eLearning and 10 definitions of learning. Connie is unique in her approach to sharing her eLearning knowledge with her peers, posting regular podcasts for you auditory learners out there! Listen to the podcasts, or read Connie’s blog, here.
So there you have it, our favorite eLearning resources! Do you think we’ve missed a resource? Let us know! Tweet us @omniplexelearn.