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Printing Slides in Articulate Storyline 2

eLearning Brothers

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. All of this information is included in the source files that you can download here. 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

eLearning Example – Make Compliance Courses Engaging


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!

4 Revealing Articulate Storyline Templates

eLearning Brothers

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. Most commonly, click-and-reveal interactions tend to be used for segmenting large batches of information that have no real great way to be presented other than to have a learner read it. Click and Reveal Glossary.

Sample branching scenario + cool tool

Making Change

It’s based on TiddlyWiki , a lightweight information management tool. 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. Twine. Visual design.

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.

Check Out This Gamified E-Learning Example

Rapid eLearning

Gamified E-Learning Example. Key Points of Gamified E-Learning Example. However, the learner doesn’t get the points, but they do get the information. 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? SOLD OUT.

Articulate Storyline: Adding Accessibility Text to an eLearning Image

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Kevin Siegel        You can use Articulate Storyline to create eLearning lessons that are accessible to users who have visual, hearing, mobility, or other types of disabilities.  Screen readers are programs that use auditory feedback to read screen information to a learner. Looking for instructor-led training on Articulate Studio or Storyline?

4 Tips for Building Successful Courses with Articulate Storyline

Voice of Clarity

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 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 Storyline Tips in Under 140 Characters: Part II

E-learning Uncovered

In my last pos t, you saw our recent crowdsourcing experiment to showcase the generosity and sense of community that exists with Articulate users from the E-Learning Heroes (ELH) Community. For our experiment, we took to Twitter and asked our followers to share their best Articulate Storyline tips, in 140 characters or less, using the hashtag #Storyline140. Stylized Image Fills.

Book Review: Learning Articulate Storyline

Spark Your Interest

I recently read the book Learning Articulate Storyline by Stephanie Harnett. I’ve always admired Stephanie’s work and was excited to see how she approached her book. You can see Stephanie’s work at her website (all built in Storyline) and in her super-informative Screenrs. If you want to win your own copy, check out Articulate’s review of it:  [link].

8 eLearning Quiz Design Tips


You probably didn’t picture something like this: Well, that’s the quiz eLearning great, Jackie Van Nice , designed for an Articulate Heroes Weekly Challenge on Spelling Bees and Interactive Vocabulary Quizzes. You may not know it, but most of the good quiz authoring tools (Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, Lectora Inspire, etc) give you total control over your quiz design.

5 Easy Steps to Creating Interactive Simulations in Storyline 2

eLearning Brothers

There are two main aspect ratios in use in Articulate: 4:3 and 16:9. To ensure that the necessary information appears in your recording area, select the Move new windows into recording area option from the screen recording settings menu (accessed by clicking on the gear icon at the bottom of the recording window). See the screenshot below for an example. Short answer: a lot!

Top 9 Competencies of an Informal/Social Learning Designer


Informal/Social learning is one such major revolution (other than mobile learning and gamified learning) that demands a shift in the mere thinking of ‘learning’. Course design (formal learning blended with the right mix of informal and social learning). Informal/Social Learning Design Competencies. SKILLS: 6. ATTITUDE: 8. Power to the Learners : An interesting read!

How to Disable Navigation in Articulate Storyline

eLearning Brothers

Occasionally, you will want to disable the navigation within your Articulate Storyline project so that the learner must view the content in order to advance in the course. Variables are a way to remember information in your project. Since we only have one object in our project, called “Sample Button,” we are going to trigger the variable to change when this is clicked.

Interactive Video Made Easy

Rapid eLearning

Here’s one of my favorite examples of how things changed with the advent of rapid elearning. A few years back, one of our Flash developers was a little behind on a project to create a flash-based video player for one of our courses. Click here to see an example of an Engage interaction with video. In this example the video plays and at certain points a clickable object displays.

Articulate Storyline Development Timesavers

E-learning Uncovered

For example, if I have a button that I’ve given a checkmark to for a visited state, I can use the Format Painter to change another button’s state to look the same way. 4. For example, if my buttons are usually navy blue with light yellow text, I can set one button up the way I want it, right-click it, and select Set as Default Button.  Uncategorized Articulate Storyline

Find Color Schemes for Your E-Learning Courses

Rapid eLearning

Some of you have corporate style guides where the color information is provided. Swing by the Articulate booth and say "Hello" or check out my free session February 3 at 2:45: 5 Ways to Use Interactive Video to Engage Your Learners. Interactive Video Made Easy in Articulate Storyline. Lots of cool elearning examples to check out and find inspiration. Company logo.

How to Gamify an eLearning Quiz with Cutout People in iSpring Suite

eLearning Brothers

Rather than just information on a slide, your learners will feel like they’re interacting with a person and thus be more motivated to learn the material. Here in Slide View mode, you can rearrange the elements on the slide: the question text, the answer choices, the equation (in this example), and the character. Guest blog post by Polina Khizhnyak. call him Jimmy. 4.

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Not all e-learning design has to be responsive

The eLearning Nomad

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.

SCORM – Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate


Mindflash has recently started supporting SCORM content from Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate. With this information, we researched what the most popular SCORM creation tools were on the market. It became clear after talking to customers, and prospects that Articulate’s Storyline and Adobe’s Captivate products were the most popular creation tools. Articulate content example: Not only can you integrate these SCORM files with the more common files in your course, you can also use the quiz tools provided in Storyline and Captivate.

M-Learning’s dirty little secrets

E-Learning Provocateur

Obviously you use it to inform your m-learning strategy! Think informal first. As John Feser articulates so elegantly, and furthered by others such as Clark Quinn , m-learning is more than just doing a course on a mobile device. For example, consider a telecommunications technician working on an electrical box out in the burbs. I have a confession to make. It tanked.

Here’s Some Background Information for Your Next E-Learning Course

Rapid eLearning

For example, in our elearning workshop we walk through the Hoh Rainforest design makeover. Below is another example. In the example below, the course topic is how an organization monitors Internet usage. In the corkboard example, the background is the corkboard image. Below is another example. The quiz example below is just a picture of a shirt pocket.

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Simplifying Variables for Better E-Learning

Rapid eLearning

In either case, it’s a way to collect information that is used elsewhere in the course. good example is the True/False variable. In the example below, you enter your name on one screen and see it displayed on another. In the example below you can click any choice but only two are correct. The examples above are simple but common to many courses.

How to Select the Right E-Learning Software

Rapid eLearning

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. For example, you may not use variables when you first start creating courses, but it won’t be long before you’ll find the need. Form-based authoring. The software does the rest.

eLearning tips from Tom Kuhlmann


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? ” .

A practical guide to creating reference information: part 2


In part 1 , we examined how reference information differs from other learning content, the purposes it fulfils and the formats that it can take. We move on to explore best practice in terms of the presentation of the information. Be consistent : It is much easier to navigate information that is presented consistently. Online information is accessed using search boxes and links.

Why You Need to Connect with Your Peers in the E-Learning Community

Rapid eLearning

Here’s one example of how this happens in the community. When I facilitate elearning workshops I routinely show the examples created for the community’s  weekly elearning challenges. like the informality of it with the cluttered desktop, the informal font, the lottery ticket link, and the structure of the next button. The Value of the E-Learning Community.

Five Decisions for Implementing a Project Management System

E-learning Uncovered

Your project management system likely has some kind of permissions-based structure that determines the system features and type of information that is available to users based on some kind of categorization. For example, you may categorize your system users as employees, contractors, and clients, or you may categorize users by their departments and roles. Determine these categories up front, and you’ll quickly determine how to add users to your system and ensure they have access to the appropriate system tools and project information. Are you willing to change that process?

E-Learning Uncovered: Articulate Studio '09

Take an e-Learning Break

Just got my copy of E-Learning Uncovered: Articulate Studio '09 - I've included a direct link to the book on Amazon's website. If you are new to Articulate Studio, you will love this book. If you already use Articulate Studio, you will still find good information including timesaver shortcuts and special information for getting more from the software. link] has forms, checklists and a sample chapter from the book It contains step-by-step instructions along with great tips. The accompanying website has a good resource page: [link].

How to effectively architect information for your elearning course

The Learning Generalist

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.

How to Improve Learning Outcomes With Performance Support

Social Learning

Fortunately, performance support systems have received more attention in recent years, thanks to a broader trend toward informal learning strategies. Here’s a quick sampling of the performance support options available: Job aids, quick reference guides and tip sheets qualify as performance support. Scavenger hunts for information. In Summary.

Build eLearning Scenarios in Articulate Storyline


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. See some examples of the model in action. Here is a video where I show a few examples of the scenario model in action. Articulate Storyline Resources Tutorials Storyline is a great tool for building eLearning scenarios. In this post, I’m going to show you how.

preparing for 2020

Learning and Working on the Web

Automated tellers are an obvious example. The future of human work will require tacit knowledge and informal learning, and will create intangible value that cannot easily be turned into commodities. Networked learning extends individual control over personal and professional development, as articulated in personal knowledge mastery or personal learning networks.

Best of Both Worlds: Integrating Adobe Captivate and Articulate Presenter

eLearning Blender

Adobe Captivate and Articulate Studio have different skill sets and sometimes you need the best of both worlds. While Captivate is great for software simulations, I think Articulate is better for soft skills projects and tying the whole thing together. Because Captivate and Articulate have unique qualities you may come across the situation where you want the best of both worlds by using the two programs together. For example, I'm currently working on a project where branching scenarios lead into software simulations.

eLearning: Quick Tips for Engaging the Learner

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Sally Cox    Creating engagement with your learners greatly increases their retention of the information and makes the course that much more enjoyable. Here are some easy ways to add interaction to your eLearning courses. I am using Articulate Storyline in my examples below, but these principles will work with any eLearning application. Add a Navigation Bar.

How to Navigate Social Media (and Avoid Information Overload)

Rapid eLearning

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.

The Six Hats Of A Community Manager


Let’s take Amazon as an example. I end up buying books on my Kindle not only because I want those books but also because Amazon makes it incredibly simple for me to buy them. 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. THE HAT OF A CHANGE AGENT.

WARNING: Adobe Captivate’s Worst Feature…


For example, in the past I have used Articulate and Adobe Captivate to create an elearning course on new processes and software. find that presenting process flows and information in Articulate is loads easier than doing the same in Captivate. This is generally because of Articulate being a PowerPoint add-on, which allows for rapid development (and multiple developer integration) in a fairly seamless fashion. adobe captivate articulate elearning instructional designMore often than not, you will find that the link is broken between the two. Tweet.