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Free Articulate Template for Quizmaker

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Looking for a free multiple choice Quizmaker Template? Here is an Articulate Template you are going to love. This template works in Articulate Quizmaker ’13. Free Articulate Quizmaker Template. Free Articulate Template for Quizmaker. The post Free Articulate Template for Quizmaker appeared first on eLearning Brothers.

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

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Once you create your questions in QuizMaker, you can insert some characters in Slide View mode. Cutout People Library eLearning iSpring Resources Products/Services Articulate Quizmaker characters cutout people gamification iSpring Suite quiz QuizmakerGuest blog post by Polina Khizhnyak. Polina Khizhnyak is the Marketing Manager of iSpring Solutions, Inc.

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Converting a Course From Articulate Studio ’09 to Articulate Studio ’13

eLearning Brothers

(Guest blog post by Diane Elkins, author of E-Learning Uncovered: Articulate Studio ’13. Get her exclusive Articulate Studio ’13 book free, a $34.95 You’ve probably heard about all the great new features in Articulate Studio ’13 , such as the new Engage interactions, new question types such as drag and drop, and the HTML5 publishing capability. Not quite.

Merge Articulate Studio Into Storyline

LearnDash

If you have been around the elearning industry for more than 30 minutes then you have probably heard of Articulate. At some point in every instructional designer’s career they will come into contact with Articulate. But as they evolved as a company so did their product line with the introduction of Articulate Stroyline. articulateIt’s Not About Price.

Customizing Training Modules Made Easy With Articulate Storyline – Part I

CommLab India

But, I know of one authoring tool which allows you to customize online training modules like a pro – Articulate Storyline. Why is Articulate Storyline the best tool for customizing training modules? Articulate Storyline provides many built-in features, but it scores high in customization because of its built-in triggers and variables. Hope you find this post helpful.

The Best Feature in Articulate Studio 13

LearnDash

After a long wait, Articulate has finally released their latest installment of Articulate Studio. Somewhat unusual among software these days, Articulate opted to wait four years before their next version. As expected though, Articulate Studio ’13 looks pretty sleek. Articulate is a major player in elearning. articulate instructional design tin can api

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

mLearning Revolution

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.

Crafting Feedback in Articulate

Integrated Learnings

The Development Tool Matters, in this case Articulate. I had a project come in the other day where the client requested to use Articulate. The client really liked the look and feel of previous projects designed with Articulate. Articulate does have a very nice look and feel. Most e-learning developers can recognize Captivate text bubbles or an Articulate table of contents when they see one. The client wants the Articulate flavor and being an easy pushover, I mean skilled craftsman, I agree that Articulate is a good fit for the project. Images?

Articulate Quizmaker and Saba

Learning Developments

I really like Articulate Quizmaker '09 software. However, I'm using it with my latest project and I am reminded again how easy it is to create slick looking quizzes using Quizmaker. Out of the box, Quizmaker was not exiting well when the user clicks the "Finish" button at the end of the quiz. Quizmaker is not alone, I've had this issue with other content I've used in Saba. To fix this problem, I had to edit how Quizmaker closes. When Quizmaker creates the SCORM 1.2 JavaScript Saba LMS Articulate SCORMI'm using SCORM 1.2

Creating interactive and engaging e-content: Experiences with Articulate Storyline

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Articulate Storyline is a rapid authoring tool that has fast garnered popularity within a year of its launch in early 2012. Articulate Storyline has a minimum learning curve as it is very easy to use and explore. There is a variety of options available – import files from PowerPoint, MS Word, Quizmaker or any content developed with the Articulate Studio’09.

The Top 3 Aspects of Articulate 360 You Must Know

CommLab India

Finally, the much awaited day has arrived and Articulate launched its enhanced eLearning authoring tool – “ Articulate 360 ”. Most developers were waiting for Articulate to add the responsive design feature because of its intuitiveness and ability to develop bug-free courses for all devices. Articulate Review. Articulate Live. Desktop: Storyline 360. Quote.

Breaking Good Articulate Quizmaker

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In my last post, I talked about how to ‘think outside the box’ when creating Articulate Engage interactions. Although you can be creative in Articulate Engage, ultimately there are limits to what you can do. This is because Articulate Engage is a form based tool. In this post, I’d like to look at Articulate Quizmaker — [.]. Articulate eLearning Design eLearning Development eLearning course design instructional design rapid authoring toolsShare. Tweet. Pin It.

Using Blank Slides for Feedback in Articulate Quizmaker

Learning Developments

Articulate Quizmaker is a great tool for quickly creating professional looking quizzes. I show an example of how to use blank slides for creating rich feedback in Quizmaker in my guest blog post for Integrated Learning Services Crafting Feedback in Articulate. Quiz ArticulateIt also contains the concept of a blank slide that can be put any where in a quiz and used for any type of learning, feedback, or reinforcement of learning concepts.

4 Reasons Articulate Storyline is the Preferred Choice for Rapid E-Learning Outsourcing

CommLab India

Then Articulate Storyline is a ‘Must Try’ tool for you. Here are four concrete reasons to ask your e-learning outsourcing partner to develop courses using Articulate Storyline. Your e-learning outsourcing partner can build interactivities using Articulate without any programming skills. But you can do it with ease using Articulate Storyline.

Product Review: Articulate Storyline

eLearning 24-7

After diving into Articulate Storyline and using all its features, I found myself having fun. After clicking to view the tutorial, you go to the Articulate community web site and often it takes you to the top of the page, so you have to scroll down to see the tutorial. Directly from Articulate. QuizMaker – which assumes you have Studio. For me, I selected “HTML5″, “Use Articulate Mobile for viewing on the iPad”, allow downloading for offline viewing. I never found course creating on par with playing an X-Box game. Real fun. Reset.

WAR: Articulate Storyline Losing Battle to Adobe Captivate

LearnDash

Not too long ago I wrote a post about my initial reaction to Articulate Storyline and its relation to Adobe Captivate. Articulate has a ton more of these characters available for purchase, which is great for those who prefer Adobe as you can take advantage of this "cool" factor as well! adobe captivate articulate storyline instructional design training tools

Articulate, Captivate and Lectora – Do they deserve your praise?

eLearning 24-7

I wasn’t thunderstruck, but what I was surprised at was the number of folks who had or were about to purchase the well known authoring tools in the market, Articulate, Captive and Lectora. Articulate. Articulate Studio. Two components are the shining stars – Presenter and Quizmaker. Articulate loves to say that Engage is used often, but from folks I have spoken with who use the product, that doesn’t seem to be the case. The Cons – Articulate Studio. What I found was an extensive group of people hungry for anything e-learning.

Awesome Quizzes – Tips to Use Articulate Quizmaker

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I really like Articulate’s Quizmaker ‘09. Here is a list of how do make your quizzes awesome in Quizmaker. In Quizmaker you add randomization to groups of questions. Insert the quiz into PowerPoint (done with Articulate Presenter). Tags: Articulate Featured It allows me to do some pretty powerful stuff quickly. Grouping Questions. Steps: 1.

Create and Edit Articulate Quizmaker Templates

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Free Articulate Quizmaker template and lesson on how to build your own templates in Quizmaker. This template shows the power of Quizmaker as a scenario tool. You can download the Quizmaker file here. Today I’m going to show you how to create and work with character interactions in Articulate Quizmaker. Synopsis. Download File. Video Transcript.

New – Articulate Training Videos

eLearning Brothers

Are you ready to become an Articulate Ninja? We just launched Articulate Training videos ! We are excited to announce our new Articulate Training Videos! Videos Topics Included: Articulate Overview. Importing Quizmaker, Engage, and Flash. Check out our Articulate Presenter Training ! 10 “how-to&# videos. Unlimited viewing. Access for the entire team.

Articulate Quizmaker Color Scheme Editor

Take an e-Learning Break

Trying to change the colors in the Articulate Articulate Quizmaker Color Scheme Editor and not sure which element is what? Here's a reference guide to the screen layout. Check it out: [link

Articulate, Moodle, and SCORM

eLearning Blender

You've got Moodle and Articulate now you want them to talk to each other using SCORM. One of the most common questions I see in forums, twitter, and blogs is how to use SCORM so that the results of eLearning courses developed with articulate can be tracked in the Moodle gradebook. While it is a fairly simple process, many eLearning developers run into problems tracking scores for Articulate courses in Moodle. This blog post is an attempt at helping out eLearning developers having trouble using SCORM features in Articulate and Moodle.

Storyline 360: Simulation and Assessment-Development Capabilities

CommLab India

Welcome to the third post in a fourteen-post series on Articulate 360. We also explored the easy authoring features of Storyline 360, the most important component of Articulate 360. The Articulate application allows you to include captions, characters, and zoom-and-pan effects in recordings of the application, and these go a long way in developing interesting simulations.

New Authoring tool rankings #11 to #20

eLearning 24-7

15 Articulate Studio 09 - Until I see what 2013 can do (and it is about to be in beta), Studio sits at number 15. Despite what Articulate might say the most used products within Studio are Presenter and Quizmaker. Initially I wasn’t going to post authoring tool rankings beyond the top ten, until July. So, by popular demand… The Rankings. Works with smartphones. #19

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. The page includes guides for the color schemes and a football game (free) created using Quizmaker. It contains step-by-step instructions along with great tips. The accompanying website has a good resource page: [link].

5 Tips to Make Rapid E-Learning Interactive

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Quizmaker: Branched Scenarios. Quizmaker is a rapid elearning application that is used to create quizzes. But if we look at it from the perspective of multimedia output and not quizzing we’ll see that Quizmaker is the most unique rapid elearning quiz application on the market. Demo: branched interaction built in Quizmaker *. Getting Started with Articulate Storyline.

First Impressions: Snap! vs. Articulate

E-learning Uncovered

by Lectora , a PowerPoint plug-in authoring tool similar to Articulate. and Articulate are about 80% the same. Advantage: Articulate. Supports ActionScript 3 (but I wouldn’t be surprised If Articulate fixes that soon). Engage (Snap does not have an equivalent)More choices for customizing the player templateSlide view and branching in Quizmaker. Zebra, Storyline, and an Articulate Studio upgrade reported to be coming up in the next few months, we expect a shake-up in the authoring tool market that we haven’t seen in years. Enter Snap! tools

Review of Snap! 1.1 Update

E-learning Uncovered

by Lectora – a PowerPoint authoring tool à la Articulate. I’d put about half of them in the keeping-up-with-the-Joneses category, meaning the addition of basic features that Articulate already has. Technically, a skilled programmer could probably get Articulate to do that by adding their own HTML or JavaScript, but Snap! Advantage: Articulate. Supports ActionScript 3 (but I wouldn’t be surprised If Articulate fixes that soon). Slide view and branching in Quizmaker. Overall Advantage Articulate: Engage. Today they announced their 1.1

Articulate Online

Clive on Learning

Jane Hart's e-Learning Pick of the Day drew my attention to Articulate Online , a hosted online service offered by Articulate for users who want a low-cost (from $199/month) means to deploy and track their e-learning content. As they say on the site: "With Articulate Online you'll never need an expensive corporate learning management system, and you'll never worry about frustrating and unnecessary complexity." I may be wrong, but that's what it looks like. No concession has been made to the fact that content is often only a starting point in the learning process.

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14 eLearning Templates Too Good to Pass Up

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That’s probably because we give you the source files to our templates in all the major authoring tools such as, Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, Lectora, and more! Available in HTML5, Storyline, Quizmaker, XML, Flash and other formats. Of course, we have page layouts in Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, Lectora, and more. eLearning Cutout, Ian. World Race Game.

Custom Branching Navigation with PowerPoint

Integrated Learnings

PowerPoint-based rapid eLearning tools, such as Articulate Presenter and Snap by Lectora, allow branched navigation, meaning you can create a non-linear navigation path still controlled through the course player’s next and back buttons. Articulate Quizmaker can branch to different slides on pass/fail directly. Normal. false. false. false. EN-US. X-NONE. X-NONE. Normal. false.

Shifting to Adobe eLearning suite – reuse existing Articulate Engage and Quizmaker content

Adobe Captivate

articulate engage , adobe captivate , migration , reuse elearning content , adobe elearning suite. In previous posts we have seen how we can reuse Articulate Presenter files by converting it to Adobe Presenter files. In this post we will see how you can use existing Articulate Engage or Quizmaker output files inside Adobe Captivate 4 project. Say OK to the dialog.

5 Tools to Help You “Gamify” Your eLearning Content

DigitalChalk eLearning

Articulate. Articulate has a number of applications to help you create more engaging content. Articulate Storyline, Presenter, Quizmaker, and Engage are all valuable tools to “gamify” your online content. Gamification has become much more common in the last few years, in fact, it is now the norm – nearly all eLearning includes some sort of “gamified” content. Gamification in eLearning is the use of game theory and game mechanics in non-game contexts to engage users in solving problems. How can you “gamify” your eLearning content? Raptivity. iSpring. Adobe Captivate.

Why Articulate Storyline Is My Go-To Authoring Tool

Sudden Insight

A friend asked me what all the fuss was about concerning Articulate Storyline, a new e-learning authoring tool. As a member of the Storyline beta test team, I’ve already built projects with Storyline, and so I know the program well enough to know this: Articulate Storyline is my go-to authoring tool. Articulate Storyline version 1.0 This post is my answer. Ease of Use.