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David Anderson
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Fix Your E-Learning Mistakes - Last week we took a fun—and slightly painful—look at common e-learning mistakes. You came up with some classic mistakes that we’ve all made at one time or another.

This week, it’s time to clean up your mess. Yep. You made the mess, now you clean it up!

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Death, Taxes, and E-Learning Mistakes - Actually...we can’t help you cheat death or skip taxes, but we can show you common e-learning mistakes so you can avoid them.

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Showcase Your E-Learning Skills with This Free Template

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Creative Resume Templates for E-Learning Portfolios

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At the two-day workshop Tom and I did this week in Phoenix, I was reminded that a lot of you create online training around documents, charts, and, of course, software systems. After talking with some of the folks who attended, I realized we should do more around this important category of e-learning.

In a recent challenge, we looked at screencasting and software simulations, which are the two most common methods for technical training. But sometimes a screencast or simulation is overkill for orienting your learners with an application’s UI or features.

That’s where interactive screenshots come in. They’re easy to build, and let learners quickly drill down into the details for a particular menu or panel. In my opinion, they’re a must for your e-learning toolkit.

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Congratulations on rocking another 12 weeks of e-learning challenges.

Instead of doing a challenge this week, I thought it would be a great time to look back at the amazing examples you guys shared over the past three months. Take the week to go through the projects, or use the time to catch up on a challenge or two you missed.

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Last week, an infographic from Inc.com resurfaced. The infographic is really one large simulation map to help managers determine their leadership style.
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