Articulate Storyline with Tom Kuhlmann and Nicole Legault

Join us for a special Twin Cities Articulate User Group meeting with Tom Kuhlmann and Nicole Legault of Articulate; both will be visiting us right here in the Twin Cities.

During this informal workshop, Tom and Nicole will look at recent Storyline examples from their weekly e-learning challenges and deconstruct them for us, sharing production and design tips and tricks that you can use. If there is time, they will also try and respond to any project needs that audience members may have. Time will also be given to audience questions.

Click here to register for this event!
You must register ahead of time for this event as seating is limited. 

Where: University of St Thomas, McNeely Hall (Room 100) S Cleveland Ave, St. Paul MN 55105
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Cost: Free

Bring: You are encouraged to bring your laptop in case you want to try out some of the techniques that Tom and Nicole will be showing.
About Tom Kuhlman:
Tom Kuhlmann is the Chief Learning Architect for Articulate, where he writes the Rapid E-Learning Blog which is published weekly to over 150,000 readers. He led the development of Articulate’s 400,000 member e-learning community and is known throughout the industry for his practical, no-nonsense approaches to e-learning. And his core focus is on helping people succeed and grow as they learn to build e-learning courses.
About Nicole Legault:
Nicole is a Community Manager for Articulate and her job is to help Articulate community members create awesome e-learning. She loves e-learning, instructional design, social media, graphic design, writing, oh, and her dog Charlie! Want to see her latest Articulate articles? Go here.
Tom and Nicole will also give two other presentations while in the Twin Cities! 

3 Comments on “Articulate Storyline with Tom Kuhlmann and Nicole Legault

  1. M j mangum

    How can a non programmer who wants to learn start even when the beginning tutorials aren’t elementary enough?

    Reply
    1. Brian Keller, Manager of Digital Engagement

      That’s a great question, M j mangum. I’ll see if I can get an answer for you.

      Reply

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