Step away from the bullet point and no one will get hurt : )

October 9, 2007

Yes, a “creative instructional designer can use PowerPoint coupled with a rapid elearning tool to build very effective elearning courses” says Tom Kuhlmann in his post What Everybody Ought To Know About Using PowerPoint for E-learning on Articulate’s Rapid eLearning Blog. Yes, I know, the post is from a company that sells a rapid elarning tool…and I’m not endorsing it – I just think the post is worth a read. And yes, Tom’s post mentions our conference (he attended) which is how I picked up his post in the first place..geesh enough transparency already, huh?

  • http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning Tom Kuhlmann

    Thanks for the plug. While I work for Articulate, the blog is designed to be a resource for all elearning developers, especially those getting started. Enjoyed the conference and getting to meet a lot of the people I see online in blogs and web sites.

  • http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning Tom Kuhlmann

    Thanks for the plug. While I work for Articulate, the blog is designed to be a resource for all elearning developers, especially those getting started. Enjoyed the conference and getting to meet a lot of the people I see online in blogs and web sites.

  • http://karynromeis.blogspot.com/ Karyn Romeis

    I hate bullet points. With a passion. When they are used in the visual aids of spoken presentations. I have beceom synonymous with that soapbox and will only step off it to make room for Clive Shepherd.

    However, when they form part of the text of a standalone resource, they make for easier reading and have their place.

    And I’m not even saying that grudgingly 😉

  • http://karynromeis.blogspot.com Karyn Romeis

    I hate bullet points. With a passion. When they are used in the visual aids of spoken presentations. I have beceom synonymous with that soapbox and will only step off it to make room for Clive Shepherd.

    However, when they form part of the text of a standalone resource, they make for easier reading and have their place.

    And I’m not even saying that grudgingly 😉

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