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eLearning Brothers now offer access to over 9,000 professional PowerPoint graphics. Graphics are 100% editable and can export in nearly any software. Our graphics are unbelievably easy to work with.

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eLearning Template Library

Games, interactions, scenarios and more! This is the perfect way to kick-start your eLearning course development and be an eLearning Rockstar!

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Cutout People Library

The largest collection of cutout people characters! 1,000′s of cutout people images with multiple emotions and poses.

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Stock Photos, Graphics, Audio, and Videos. Looking for stock assets to use in your eLearning development? We have 500,000+ to choose from. Unlimited downloads with subscription.

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It’s official! eLearning Brothers is #331 of the fastest growing private companies in America!

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Use our eLearning templates and assets to create awesome courses that are engaging, interactive, and visually inspiring!

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We Create eLearning AWESOMENESS! We delight our customers with deeply immersive and visually explosive eLearning experiences!

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Amazing software training with hands-on experiences from expert trainers. Get trained in class and leave with access to our Templates.

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Recent Blog Posts

Bite-Size eLearning with the Segmenting Principle

I have vague memories of elementary school, and while most of them are positive, I do remember that occasional powerless feeling of having my schedule dictated to me by an all-powerful adult. It sometimes seemed to my childish brain that my favorite subjects were... read more

Survey Winners!

Last week, we sent out a survey to our customers regarding how we could improve our products and services. We’re so glad to have seen responses from over 450 of you on what we could do better! We always appreciate feedback and hope that you will continue to... read more

Reduce the Weak Links in Your eLearning: Part 2

Didn’t see Part 1 yet? Click here to read it! Back in the’80s and ’90s there was a bizarre sort of B-movie craze. People would get together and purposefully watch bad movies so they could take turns making wisecracks about the ludicrous things... read more

Reduce the Weak Links in Your eLearning: Part 1

Our brains are wired to analyze patterns, make predictions, and form links between different phenomena. One of these cognitive tricks our brains play is called the spacial contiguity principle, which states that we learn more effectively when related elements are... read more

Knowing the Strength of Your eLearning Authoring Tool

Too often we try to hold present and future technologies to the standards of what came before. Sometimes this works out, but on the whole it can hold us back. We hide behind the guise of “but that’s how it’s always been done!” when in... read more

The Principle of Redundancy Principle

We’ve all had one of those teachers or instruction designers who just doesn’t fully grasp the concept of good presentation. Either they place neon orange text on a green background, or they grossly overuse the “Flip” animation, leaving you to... read more

Push Our PowerPoint Graphics to the Max with Gauge Templates

Whether it be a measurement, statistic, percentage, or anything else quantifiable, gauge templates are excellent for displaying data. In the modern world, we interface with gauges on a daily basis. Our homes have thermostats, thermometers, and bathroom scales. Our... read more

Improve Your eLearning Flow with the Signaling Principle

If you’ve ever opened up a responsive website, seen a movie with good cinematography, or taken in any other well-designed media, you’ll notice that your eyes are instantly drawn to certain areas and follow a natural path that smoothly guides your... read more

Trimming the Fat for More Coherent eLearning

Growing up, the school system often forces you to read certain books that you may or may not want to read. In the United States, one of these books is often Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter. I don’t want to offend any of my fellow book nerds who... read more

4 eLearning Tips From the Founding Fathers

The Founding Fathers were certainly an interesting cast of characters. Their effect on history was profound and many lessons can be learned from their experiences. Consequently, if your willing to force a few metaphors, many of these lessons can be applied to the... read more

June’s Hot New eLearning Templates

The past month has been a big one here at eLB. We put out a boatload of new eLearning templates in June, and we’re excited as ever to share them with you. Our members can enjoy these new additions to our expansive template library at no additional cost!... read more

Come Brothers, Today We Run!

Late in June over 12,000 people gathered in Northern Utah for the annual Ragnar: Wasatch Back relay race. In case you haven’t heard of Ragnar, it’s a 12-person, 200-ish mile run that lasts over 30 hours. For the second year in a row, eLearning Brothers selected... read more

How To Create eLearning That Sticks With You

In order for eLearning to have any sort of success, it needs to be a memorable experience. If the message goes in one ear and directly out the other, the experience has failed, and the learner leaves the room having gained nothing. Here are four ways to make sure your... read more

Chalkboard Style: an Articulate Storyline Template

No aesthetic takes you back to your school days quite like that smooth green slate smeared with white powder: the chalkboard. Many of us have spent 12 or more years staring at one of these beauties with rapt attention as our teachers scribbled equations and vocab... read more

Maslow’s Hierarchy of eLearning Needs

Abraham Maslow did wonders for understanding human needs and motivations by creating a simple and applicable scale. After creating his scale, called the Hierarchy of Needs, Maslow himself started to apply his work to various disciplines. Following in this trend, the... read more

4 Cool Things You Can Do with PowerPoint Map Graphics

In eLearning, a good map graphic can go a long way towards explaining geographic and location-based concepts. Our pre-made PowerPoint graphics are a handy tool in this area, as each element of the map can be manipulated to suit your needs. Here are a few interesting... read more

Common Craft Comes to eLearning Brothers

Though we all like to tell ourselves that we would never judge a book by its cover, we do it every day whether we realize it or not. This is especially true in the eLearning world. Whether you’re an expert or even just a learner, you can instinctively tell when... read more

Captivate 8: Working with Text-to-Speech and Voices

Guest blog post by Erik Lord. An earlier post on this blog offers Adobe Captivate Example Courses for download. Toward the end of that post is a quick mention and “how to” on Captivate’s text-to-speech functionality. The tutorial is helpful but just... read more

James Kingsley Joins the eLearning Brothers Family

Entrepreneur and eLearning expert James Kingsley has joined our ranks as Senior Technology Architect, and we are very excited to have him. James has over 15 years of experience in the eLearning industry and brings a unique perspective to our ranks. We were able to... read more

Must-Haves in Your eLearning Project Management Toolbox

Guest blog post by Liz Sheffield. Liz Sheffield is a freelance writer with a background in training and development. She specializes in writing about everything related to the human side of business. About five years ago I was part of a project team responsible for an... read more

6 Quick Voice-Over Tips

You want your eLearning audio to go smoothly, especially voice-overs. Using your voice properly is a skill in itself. Before you grab a microphone, it’s important to know the proper techniques to use, and the rookie mistakes to avoid. #1. Smile! Your listeners... read more

Use PowerPoint to Sketch Out Your Lectora Project in 3 Steps

  The PowerPoint import feature of Lectora is a great way to quickly block in text and images, especially if PowerPoint is already part of your workflow. Just keep in mind these points to maximize the benefits and minimize any issues. To start, under the “Tools”... read more

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