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Learn what’s new in Articulate 360 e-learning on 28 June

US based e-learning software company Articulate is inviting channel and customers to a 28 June webinar on the newest features that will enable customers to develop top-performing training programmes and courses.

According to the vendor, the free webinar will discuss its flagship Articulate 360 solution updates including enhancements to customisability for content creation and distribution.

“They make it easier than ever to create and distribute customisable content,” the company said in the announcement.

“In this webinar, we’ll demo new accessibility settings, enhanced content management options, flexible customisation tools, and simplified learner management settings.”

The session is free to attend live on 28 June 2023, 4pm UK time but will also be made available afterwards as a recording for those who registered but are unable to attend at that time. Register here.

The training session will be hosted by Articulate experts including David Anderson, director of training at Articulate. Anderson is an an award-winning e-learning designer, LinkedIn Learning course author, and writes the E-Learning Challenges blog.

“David has more than 18 years of designing, developing, and managing corporate clients’ training programmes,” the announcement said.

Articulate is already used by many enterprises on the Fortune 100 listing to create online training at scale, according to the vendor. It boasts implementation across 172 countries, comprising some 120,000 organisations and 129 million individual learners.

The Articulate 360 roadmap includes the ability to seamlessly edit content blocks with a new, consolidated toolbar for faster, easier authoring and fine-tuning of controls for padding and creating contrasting or distinctive backgrounds.

The vendor is continuing to improve how text and graphics appear, by building in further customisation for colours and backgrounds, delivering more control over individual content blocks.

Auto-calculations of contrast can be done to ensure content can be accessible to learners with vision problems, the company said.

Dashboard management is also set to be further enhanced, with bookmarks, nested folders, bulk content management, and more, as well as integrated comments, team folders, team media and Slack integrations.

Beyond Articulate 360, the parent company’s portfolio of offerings include Rise, Articulate Storyline, Articulate Studio, Omniplex Articulate Support, and others.

A full day focused on Articulate e-learning – the Articulate User Conference at DevLearn 2023 – is scheduled for 24 October 2023.

( Photo by LinkedIn Sales Solutions on Unsplash )

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