Articulate Storyline developers will know that the ‘player’ in Storyline is the shell our eLearning course sits in. However, if you’re new to Storyline development, you might be wondering what on earth a ‘player’ is. Simply put, the player holds your navigation features, including your menu, resources, glossary, previous and next buttons and much more.Read More
When it comes to course creation, the most common question eLearning professionals hear is ‘how long will this take to create?’ And it sends shivers down their spines – notably because the answer is probably a fair bit longer than the requester is expecting.
eLearning development time is often under-estimated by those not involved in the process – leading to tight deadlines and stressed development teams. So, how can we bridge this gap between expectations and reality?Read More
Learning management systems (LMS) help you deliver, track and certify online training, and play a pivotal part in learning and development teams training efforts. So, when it comes to choosing an LMS, you want to make sure you’ve got the best in the business – and our partners, Docebo, have cemented their position as the best, with 9 award wins in the Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence Awards.Read More
So, if you’ve read part one and two of this series about variables in Articulate Storyline, you will know that we can use variables to store text strings. In this blog, we are going to look at how we can use variables to store numbers, count, add, subtract and multiply… Simply put, I’m going to show you how Storyline does the maths for you.Read More
Developing learning of any kind can be a challenging process, and for eLearning there is an added degree of complexity as you consider the scope of the project.
When you are getting started with instructional design for eLearning, even the smallest project can feel like a huge mountain to climb. As you practice, and your experience grows, you will learn that the more time and effort you put in at the beginning of the process, the easier your project will go.Read More