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Kineo E-Learning Presents at Fourth European Articulate Conference

Kineo, the leading e-learning services company, is to present at the Fourth European Articulate conference. The conference is being held at Leeds University on the 24th May 2012 at Westwood Hall, Leeds.

The event will be attended by a mixture of academics, learning technologists, established representatives from the e-learning industry, and also expert friends from

Articulate guru, Tom Kuhlmann, will be guest speaker at the event. Tom is an inspirational instructional designer and runs the very popular Articulate blog (

Articulate provides a user-friendly, powerful and flexible suite of tools which you can use to create engaging multimedia content. Articulate Studio integrates with MS PowerPoint and allows you to incorporate voice, video, Flash interactions and versatile quizzes into scorm compliant e-learning content. The recently launched Articulate Storyline takes things even further, not only supporting Flash and HTML5 output, but also the delivery of content direct to iPads and other tablets.

Kineo have been developing e-learning for over 6 years using tools from Articulate. At the conference, Kineo’s Managing Director, Steve Rayson, will be demonstrating examples of Kineo’s award-winning Articulate e-learning design approaches.

Kineo Managing Partner, Steve Rayson, said of the event: “Articulate is one of the leading providers of e-learning authoring tools and we are proud to partner with them. We’ve brought our own customisations to the tool to deliver a highly polished and branded look and feel for our clients. We’ve also helped many clients build up their own capabilities in the tool through focused training and support. We’re delighted to support this event and to share examples of our work and experience.”

Find out more about Kineo’s Articulate Services here:

Read the Kineo review of Articulate Storyline here:

The event is now sold out, but can be followed on the #articulateuk12 hashtag.