Product Review – Articulate Storyline 2
OCTOBER 20, 2014
Articulate Storyline 2. Yeah, they added new features and new capabilities, but they also took a product that even “Articulate folks” I talked with told me that Studio users using Storyline would have a learning curve. In this new version of Storyline 2, not needed. Articulate and a few of the other big dogs are holding on to desktop for dear life. Love it. Never.
Fundamental Design of Learning Activities
FEBRUARY 23, 2011
Design Thinking offers a set of tools to make sense of “wicked problems” and mysteries, and in this post I attempt to narrate my ideational journey in making sense of learning by digital means, the concept that I call learning experiences, and a notional (but far from complete) model for learning activities designed for individuals to experience. What Are Activities? Combat-Readiness.
4 Tips for Building Successful Courses with Articulate Storyline
Voice of Clarity
APRIL 2, 2015
Articulate Storyline’s popularity is surging, in large part because of its incredibly user-friendly interface and customizable features; in other words, you don’t need to be a code whiz to create and publish dynamic, interactive courses. Track learner experiences with SCORM, Articulate Online, or Google Analytics. Google Analytics is a free tool for tracking web activity.
Articulate 360: What Does the New Subscription Model Mean for You?
NOVEMBER 10, 2016
Articulate Storyline users have been anxiously anticipating the release of Storyline 3. For many months, Articulate has been previewing some of the features, such as the new responsive player. Well, the release came on Wednesday, and it wasn’t Storyline 3 but rather Articulate 360. With the new Articulate 360 subscription model, you pay $999 (discounted to $599 if you are already a Storyline or Studio user) for the rights to use everything for a year. While your subscription is active, you would be eligible for any updates that Articulate puts out.
Seven Simple Secrets to Off-the-Shelf Course Success
to articulate goals that will help the organization reach those lofty missions and then. activity to 50 new hires, 2) Promote and support new managers to lead teams, 3) Improve. For example, to support objective 1— standardize and ramp up hiring activity to 50 new hires – you might use courses such as. After the course provides information on planning the work and an activity.
10 hot tips for moocers
MARCH 31, 2013
Analyse the pre-information of your chosen mooc to ensure it will give you what you need. Sometimes they’re informative, so take notice. Participate actively in the discussion forum. More specifically, use your blog to articulate your learnings from the mooc. Concentrate your discussion activity on only one or two threads each week. Your goals may change.
4 Things to Know When Using Layers in Storyline
OCTOBER 26, 2016
There could be several reasons why you wouldn’t want the layers to appear in the menu, but it should be a conscious choice to use layers and whether or not the information needs to be in the menu should factor into that choice. So that means that any timed event on the layer will be dependent on how long the layer has been active. First: Layers Use the Feedback Master.
Make Your LMS Work For Informal Learning Too!
SEPTEMBER 5, 2016
There is so much of informal learning that goes on in organizations. These widgets permit your workforce to access social media for official purposes, thereby facilitating informal learning. But, if you offer mobile access to your LMS, the informal learning of your workforce can also be documented. So, take the charge and make you LMS work for informal learning too!
Open Learning Network vs Informal Learning Environment
SEPTEMBER 21, 2010
He articulates his position as such: “…a one-or-the-other choice between the two is a false choice between knowledge-dissemination technologies and community-building tools. Mine is the Informal Learning Environment (ILE). Within such a framework, any tool can securely interact with any other tool, passing user IDs and course and role information. Amen to that.
Quality Control process for E-Learning
It consists of activities that occur before and during the production. It consists of activities that occur before and during the production. Then determine what activities will influence that metric and how. strategies to control the flow of information. developer can move forward with the information as needed. In those cases, we use active writing.
How to Insert an HTML5 Interaction into Storyline 2
JULY 28, 2016
There is one important thing to remember: web objects ALWAYS sit at the highest layer (see this article for more information), so if you place a button on a slide and want it on top of the web object, it won’t work. It may seem to work just fine until you publish the course and then the button will disappear or not be active. That way the button can still be active. That’s it.
Not all e-learning design has to be responsive
The eLearning Nomad
MARCH 9, 2015
Each new version of Articulate Storyline (DynaMind’s preferred tool to develop these stand-alone modules) has improved ‘responsiveness’. Some are, some aren’t – it depends on the instructional design approach (informed by the subject) and the needs of the target group. They might use their mobile for collecting information or evidence, but not for completing the tools.
The 25 Most Popular eLearning Templates of 2015
DECEMBER 17, 2015
As each piece is placed, new content information appears and a picture is revealed. It comes with a drag and drop activity and a content slider, along with all of the other layouts you need to get started on your course. Our Template Package is the most popular bundle we offer, providing access to both our eLearning Template Library and Cutout People. Yarrr, matey! Avast!
Free Flip Card Interaction
OCTOBER 18, 2016
Here are a few things that I highlight in the workshop activity. Click on it to get information. At a recent Articulate workshop he showed how to build this drag and drop interaction that gave the appearance of swiping cards left and right. Two-day Articulate Roadshow. Learn Articulate E-Learning Workshop. recent challenge was to create a note card interaction.
Simplifying Variables for Better E-Learning
FEBRUARY 16, 2016
In either case, it’s a way to collect information that is used elsewhere in the course. So to help you out, I’m assigning three common activities that will give you an opportunity to practice using variables. Track how many correct items a user selects during an activity. Great for a team practice activity. Interactive Video Made Easy in Articulate Storyline.
Feel the Power Behind These Executive Storyline Templates
FEBRUARY 9, 2016
Similarly, we’ve created six Articulate Storyline templates that allow you to put your training content into eLearning action. The three interactions included in this set of Executive templates includes two tabbed interactions and a drag and drop activity. The drag and drop activity is also a great follow-up activity for these types of information.
Six Obstacles To Building Communities In Organizations
FEBRUARY 4, 2016
Policy-Driven Paralysis – When a decision is made to embark on a community and collaboration journey on the duly selected enterprise collaboration platform, organizations become suddenly fearful of all the possibilities of information leakage, open expression of sentiments by irate employees, sharing of sensitive and politically incorrect information, and so on. ” 3.
Now Shipping: "Articulate Storyline 2: The Essentials" Workbook
I Came, I Saw, I Learned
FEBRUARY 3, 2015
Articulate Storyline is one of the hottest eLearning development tools in the world. We are proud to announce that our newest book, "Articulate Storyline 2: The Essentials" is now shipping. "Articulate Storyline 2: The Essentials" is a step-by-step workbook that teaches you the top Storyline features and will have you creating interactive eLearning projects in as little as two days. There are tons of activities supported by a mountain of screen shots. Click here for more information or to order. Articulate Storyline
The Six Hats Of A Community Manager
NOVEMBER 24, 2015
Providing generic, platform related information is not too useful. The activity stream turns into an overwhelming flood and people lose control of their information flow. It’s our job to help the teams articulate their objectives and enable them to design their community experience in a manner that supports their objectives. THE HAT OF A CHANGE AGENT.
eLearning tips from Tom Kuhlmann
OCTOBER 15, 2014
I had the pleasure of interviewing eLearning guru Tom Kuhlmann, VP of Community at Articulate and the author of the Rapid eLearning Blog , the most popular blog in the eLearning industry with over 100k subscribers. Note: As a special bonus to my readers, I’ve been running an Articulate Storyline 2 Giveaway that ends soon. Articulate has such a strong community? ” .
How to Select the Right E-Learning Software
JUNE 21, 2016
Here are some tips to help you find the right tools as you wade through reams of the vendor’s marketing information. Another good example of a form-based tool is Articulate Engage. Thus having an active and engaged community is important, especially one full of resources. And if you want to save time, just choose Articulate. Form-based authoring. Simple as that.
Laura Overton – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators
JULY 9, 2015
How should we be using that to inform our strategy and make it meaningful? And then the final, critical, skill is our ability to articulate and demonstrate business value…. New models of learning have started to be articulated. Knowing this about our own staff can really inform how we design services to support them. ABOUT LAURA OVERTON (MD, Towards Maturity). Help me’.
Free e-Learning books
NOVEMBER 14, 2010
Novices will find information on what other people are doing in this medium, which kinds of training and education are best suited to it, how to convert existing classroom content for delivery online, how to lead effective and compelling live learning events on the Web, and how to promote these events to obtain maximum participation. Thanks for this information. Dunlap Learning 2.0
Working Out Loud: Using the Tools We Already Have
SEPTEMBER 8, 2015
In this post, I want to break down the activities based on the tools/platforms we already have at our disposal, and often access on a daily basis. Articulating a dilemma or a question or a learning adds clarity and often brings insight. Thus, in contrast to the fast-paced, real time, informal sharing on Twitter, SlideShare requires a more thorough output.
Workplace Learning in a World “Beyond Automation”
JULY 29, 2015
They will need to actively help the workforce build the required skills well-articulated in the PKM framework developed by Harold Jarche. Sahana’s work cuts across performance consulting, workplace learning strategies from formal to informal and social learning, knowledge management methodologies and adult learning principles. That is the topic for another post. But how?
LEARNNOVATIONS ~ Looking Back, Looking Forward
DECEMBER 31, 2013
” “ ADL is considering how to provide soldiers on the battlefield with the information they need at the precise moment of need.” Here are a few excerpts from this interview: “We will notice a subtle shift from ‘information gathering’ to ‘knowledge sharing’.” ” “Learning should be constantly interwoven into a person’s daily activities.”
How to effectively architect information for your elearning course
The Learning Generalist
FEBRUARY 6, 2010
As Instructional Designers, its always a challenge to balance meaningful instruction with information. Cathy Moore's action mapping framework is a great way to create lively elearning that allows you to include just the right amount of information in your elearning course. I've found a middle path, especially when using Articulate Studio '09. Here they are. Sumeet Moghe, 2009.
The Changing Nature of Workplace Learning
MAY 4, 2015
“ Wilkinson proposed building out the entire GLG office to accommodate “activity-based working”–the theory that employees no longer need personal workstations so much as they need many different settings in which to meet, collaborate, or focus, depending on which tasks they’re working on. Given below are excerpts from both. What does this imply for L&D/HR?
How to Improve Learning Outcomes With Performance Support
JANUARY 8, 2012
Fortunately, performance support systems have received more attention in recent years, thanks to a broader trend toward informal learning strategies. Create other activities that will encourage learners to immerse themselves in the performance support tool, such as: Scenario-based case studies. Scavenger hunts for information. So, managers say they need to be trained again.
eLearning Activities and Interactions
JUNE 3, 2010
There are many times when you have various concepts or “chunks of information on a page. If you have a lot of information to share you could package it into a scenario. case study would be more intense and could include background information, bios on persons involved, current setup/date/time, multiple phases/steps, twists along the way, and decision points. Scenarios.
How to Navigate Social Media (and Avoid Information Overload)
JANUARY 26, 2010
For example, if you build rapid elearning courses with Articulate products there are all sorts of resources available to you: Articulate’s Facebook page keeps you up-to-date on news and information. Articulate sponsors two blogs: the Word of Mouth blog features Articulate-specific news and the Rapid E-Learning Blog offers general elearning tips and tricks.
Top Resources for Instructional Designers
AUGUST 15, 2011
link] Articulate’s Online Community Lots of sharing of templates and ideas in the user community. Check out the screenr gallery and my personal favorite: Dave Anderson of Articulate: [link] Tom Kuhlman’s Rapid eLearning Blog Tom is the VP of Community at Articulate and quite a rockstar. So where do you send new practitioners for ideas and inspiration? link] Want more?
Build eLearning Scenarios in Articulate Storyline
FEBRUARY 12, 2015
Scenarios are one of the best eLearning approaches because you’re adding interaction (choices and feedback) instead of just pushing information in a “click-click-click” course. And that’s what scenarios are all about: shift from learners “knowing” information to “doing” something better. Tom Kuhlmann calls his the “3-C model” of Challenge, Choice and Consequence, while Michael Allen splits up the acronym into his 4-element “CCAF model” of Context, Challenge, Activity, and Feedback. Articulate Storyline Resources Tutorials Download the free template. Why scenarios?
5 Ways Managers Can Encourage Staff To Do Professional Development Online
APRIL 9, 2014
How To Encourage Informal Professional Development At Work. So here’s the question: What can you do as a manager to encourage staff members to engage in free, informal, and useful professional development activities during work hours? Managing eLearning Team Management blogs elearning elearning guild informal learning instructional design Web Courseworks Great!
Experience (Tin Can) API: What to Expect from Your LMS Provider
JULY 13, 2013
The SCORM API is tested and reliable for tracking of basic information such as course completion, time spent taking a course, completion date, and post-test score. As stable as the API is, it has a number of limitations: Activities must be launched from the LMS. Activities must have a constant internet connection to be recorded. It can record information on social interactions.
4 Major Benefits of using Interactivities in E-learning [Infographic]
OCTOBER 25, 2016
Designing an elearning course where the learner simply has to click the “Next” button to go through pages and pages of information may not be the best way to engage your learners. Interactivity does not mean just clicking buttons; rather this helps learners’ actively participate in the online training course and also enables them learn at a faster pace. Hope you like it.