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3 Articulate Storyline E-learning Samples

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Articulate Storyline 2 is a versatile rapid authoring tool which has been the go-to solution for e-learning developers. The articulate storyline tool comes with customized presentation patterns that help you add interactivities and other components to the e-learning course based on design principles. Articulate Storyline fit the requirements to a T. Other features.

eLearning Example – Make Compliance Courses Engaging

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One of the ways I become a better eLearning designer is by finding good examples and trying to replicate the elements I like. Recently, my friend Brooke Schepker from Yukon Learning shared a sample course. View the sample course. Yukon was bold in selecting a compliance course as an example and kudos to them for showing us a better approach. Well done!

Printing Slides in Articulate Storyline 2

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It’s not uncommon for Articulate Storyline developers to want to create a way for their learners to print a current slide for later reference. The sample Storyline file mentioned in the video will be coming shortly and added to this blog once uploaded. He is an Articulate MVP. James The post Printing Slides in Articulate Storyline 2 appeared first on eLearning Brothers.

Custom Navigation: 3 Examples with Articulate Storyline

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discussed the capability of authoring tools, especially Articulate Storyline, to present a customised and engaging user interface that can both create a wow factor for the user and also maintain the benefits of rapid eLearning development.  I have put together three examples of a custom user [.]. In my post Custom Navigation: Set your imagination and your learners free! I discussed the

Seven Simple Secrets to Off-the-Shelf Course Success

to articulate goals that will help the organization reach those lofty missions and then. For example, your goal might be to hire and train three new service teams this year. For example, to support objective 1— standardize and ramp up hiring activity to 50 new hires – you might use courses such as. For example, you might schedule. Seven Simple Secrets to. capital. goals.

4 Revealing Articulate Storyline Templates

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The click-and-reveal interaction is a tool used frequently throughout eLearning courses and is a very common Articulate Storyline template found in our library. These four click-and-reveal Storyline templates will give you a sample of how to get it done. The post 4 Revealing Articulate Storyline Templates appeared first on eLearning Brothers. Click and Reveal Glossary.

Creating Smarter Closed Captions in Articulate Storyline

eLearning Brothers

As super as Articulate Storyline 2 is for eLearning development, there are a few things left to be desired. In this example, I created my own page icon next to some other icons. If you want to see the above steps and the conversation example in action, you may download the example Storyline 2 source file by clicking here. Variables to Create. VARIABLE NAME. VALUE. False.

Articulate Storyline: "Drop Correct" and "Drop Incorrect" States

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Kal Hadi     Perhaps you're already familiar with states in Articulate Storyline such as normal, hover, down, visited, hidden, and disabled, but not quite acquainted or aware of two additional object states known as "Drop Correct" and "Drop Incorrect." Let's take a look at a normal slide interaction example.

Sample branching scenario + cool tool

Making Change

Thanks, Steve Flowers, for pointing out Twine in the Articulate forum. Use simple codes to keep track of variables or limit learners’ choices (not shown in the sample scenario). It might also be mobile-friendly — at least, the sample scenario works on my iPhone. For example, the default version of the sample scenario had white text on a black background.

Quality Control process for E-Learning

For example, on paper, it may make sense that one. For example, is there a specific way to write feedback statements? Here are a few examples of standards for elearning courses:  Use the organization’s approved template and color schemes (Developers may. Here’s a sample swim lane chart that shows a process and who is responsible for each. For example, if there are.

Sample branching scenario + cool tool

Making Change

Thanks, Steve Flowers, for pointing out Twine in the Articulate forum. Use simple codes to keep track of variables or limit learners’ choices (not shown in the sample scenario). It might also be mobile-friendly — at least, the sample scenario works on my iPhone. For example, the default version of the sample scenario had white text on a black background.

Here Are Some Cool E-Learning Examples

Rapid eLearning

Reviewing elearning examples is a great way to learn. Here are some really nice elearning examples that I’ve seen in the community recently. Learning Example: Hero Land. Click to view the elearning example. This is one of the slickest demos I’ve seen in a while and an excellent example of what you can create with the authoring tools. Characters?

Cool Interactive Video Example for E-Learning

Rapid eLearning

Earlier I shared a nice example of a gamified elearning course. Today I’d like to share a really neat example of an interactive video scenario. This This example comes via the fine folks at SpongeUk who do some really cool work and said I can share it. View the Interactive Video Example. believe that was the case with this example. Articulate Roadshow.

3 Helpful Articulate Storyline Tips

eLearning Brothers

I’d like to share some Articulate Storyline tips I’ve recently discovered. Take for example my  cork board  interaction, I have the main interaction on my main timeline and then I have anything to do with the introduction on the Introduction layer. hours of in depth Articulate Storyline training for only $99. Tip #1: Object Timing. Tip #2: Change Object States on Drop.

How to Choose Between Layers and States in Articulate Storyline

eLearning Brothers

Layers and States are two of Articulate Storyline’s primary tools for building interactive content, but deciding how and when to use them can be tricky. Check out the examples below to see how eLearning Brothers’ templates use layers to keep slides clean and intuitive. Example 1. Layers Example #1. Example 2   . Layers Example #2. Example 3  .

Check Out This Gamified E-Learning Example

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Gamified E-Learning Example. Key Points of Gamified E-Learning Example. One of the best ways to build better elearning is by looking at different examples , deconstruct them, and then apply what you learn to your own courses. What do you like about this elearning example? Lots of cool elearning examples to check out and find inspiration. Progress indicators.

Word Count in Articulate Storyline – JavaScript Makes it Count

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For example, if the learner has to write approx. It can be done in Articulate Storyline, through the help of JavaScript. In my next, blog we will see how to count the characters in Articulate Storyline. Learning Technology Articulate StorylineWondering how to do this? Let’s see the steps it entails. Step1 : In a new slide, insert a Data Entry field to enter text. null ?

5 Gamification Examples in Articulate Storyline That Will Blow Your Mind

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I was going through a few online articles on gamification for research on my new course which is to be developed in Articulate Storyline. At first I thought it would be a daunting task, but then I found plenty of awesome gamified examples and game temples online. These examples were fun to look at and play and elevated the learning experience.’ New Teacher Orientation.

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How to Make Dynamic User Data In Articulate Storyline

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Here’s how you do it: In Articulate Storyline, the first page of this interaction each check box has a true or false variable associated with it. In the Articulate Storyline canvas you can display the “typeTotal” variable number by inserting the percentage symbol, (%) around a variable name. Need help to speed up your development with Articulate Storyline? tempNum1 += 1; }.

Articulate 360: What Does the New Subscription Model Mean for You?

E-learning Uncovered

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. It depends.

4 Tips for Building Successful Courses with Articulate Storyline

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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. Still wondering what the big deal is? Instructional Design

How to Create Repeating Motion Paths in Articulate Storyline 2

E-learning Uncovered

Whenever I teach one of our Articulate Storyline Training Workshops , I’m always enjoy the “what-if” questions asked by my students. More often than not, these what-if questions give the class an opportunity to experiment with the features of Articulate Storyline in creative ways. View Example | Download. Articulate Storyline Articulate Storyline 2 Free Downloads How-To Video

Surveys in Articulate Storyline? Here’s How

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Did you know informal surveys can be conducted through eLearning courses using Articulate Storyline? For example, if you want your employees to understand how they act in everyday situations, and give a clear description of how they see themselves, you can do this through Storyline in an easy way. This way you can conduct surveys through Articulate Storyline.

More Than 30 Drag and Drop Examples

Rapid eLearning

Drag and Drop Examples. Drag and Drop Examples from Weekly Challenges. You can view the examples submitted in the comments section of the challenge. If you have an example of a drag and drop that you’ve created using Storyline feel free to share it via the comments link. Lots of cool elearning examples to check out and find inspiration. Choose the Fruit.

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Creating Custom Shortcuts Using the Quick Access Toolbar in Articulate Storyline

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When working on a project in Articulate Storyline, you may sometimes find it hard to remember where a feature is located in the tool, you may sometimes find it cumbersome to do a search to find a feature that you use regularly such as alignment, inserting characters, or adding animation effects. It is available in the top left corner of Articulate Storyline. Before. After.

Developing Simulations for End-user ERP training Using Articulate Storyline

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These simulations can be created using various tools such as Adobe Captivate, Camtasia, Adobe Flash, Articulate Storyline, and many more. In today’s blog, let’s take a look at some of the benefits and features of using Articulate Storyline to record your next interactive software simulation. Hence Articulate Storyline is an ideal choice to develop software simulations.

How to Create and Edit Color Themes in Articulate Storyline

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Articulate Storyline helps create and edit color themes, making the development process easier for e-learning developers. Articulate Storyline offers many built-in color themes that you can use in your courses. The sample image provides a preview of the background and text colors on the slide and also helps select the right color combinations. At the Start:  .

Creating Motion Animated Switch Effects in Articulate Storyline 2

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Switching Effect is a new customized interactivity that can be created using Articulate Storyline. Here is an example of a switching effect interactivity. Check Out the Possibilities in Articulate Storyline 2 Meet the 3 Musketeers – New Features of Articulate Storyline2 You Are Probably Unaware Of How to Combine Your Adobe Captivate Projects Into Single Course?

How to Number Quiz Questions Using Triggers in Articulate Storyline

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When developing assessments in Articulate Storyline, questions can be numbered in two ways i.e., static or using Triggers. For example, for the first slide, add the reference variable “ a ”, “ b ” for the second, and “ c ” for the third slide. Learning Technology Articulate StorylineIn the static method, we add numbers manually. How do you achieve this?

Scenario-based Learning through Articulate Storyline

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Here are some examples of where you can use scenario-based learning. 1. Articulate Storyline is one of the best authoring tools that can help you create scenarios swiftly and easily. Articulate Storyline is a very simple tool to use. Continuing the example discussed above, let us assume the learner taking this course is a sales representative. The answer would be no.

7 Microinteractions You will Love in the new Articulate Studio 13 [Review]

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The New Articulate Studio ’13. While reading this book, I was also beta testing Articulate Studio ’13, and then suddenly I understood why so many people rave about Articulate products , it’s the microinteractions  felt throughout the entire customer experience, from the way the products are built, sold, used by the customers, and supported by the community.

Insider’s View of Articulate Studio

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In this Q&A podcast , Tim Slade discusses what separates Articulate Studio from the other authoring tools. According to Tim, one of the key advantages to Articulate Studio is that it’s been around for nearly a decade. Unlike Storyline (another Articulate authoring tool), Tim explains that Studio is more of a template-based tool.

How to Embed a PDF Viewer with Multiple PDFs in Articulate Storyline (Part 2)

eLearning Brothers

Now that we know how to embed a single PDF in Articulate Storyline from my first post , the next step is utilizing the same system in order to put multiple PDFs in the same course. Articulate Storyline executes its triggers based on a top to bottom order. This is one of the most common troubleshooting issues, and even advanced Articulate Storyline users forget this tidbit.

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Articulate Challenge #79

Oh That Rachel

I’ve fallen way behind Articulate Challenges this past year, and now I’ve just been picking and choosing which ones I want to do. The post Articulate Challenge #79 appeared first on Oh That Rachel. Learning ELH Challenge drag navigation e-learning sampleThe most recent one intrigued me – so I did it. Twice. The challenge this week centered around custom navigation. My first entry was a resume that you clicked on to get […] Continue Reading.

7 reasons why the new Articulate Storyline is a Game-Changer for eLearning

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First, let me start by congratulating everyone who works for Articulate for the launch of Storyline. However if there’s a company that can do it, that is certainly Articulate. have been a fan of Articulate for a long time even as I worked for Adobe on the Captivate and eLearning Suite products. So here it goes, these are the things that have impressed me about Storyline, some are features but I also consider the intangibles, such as Articulate’s community, to be important factors too, which is why I put the Articulate Community at the top of the list. 1.

Articulate Storyline Variables – Number Variables

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In my last Articulate Storyline post I talked about variables in general and then went into more detail with explaining how text variables would work. Number variables within Articulate Storyline have one purpose and that is to store and keep track of a number. Here are some examples of using number variables as opposed to text variables. If Sample project. Scores.