Branched scenarios are a great way of allowing learners to develop practical skills without the fear or risk of failure. Branched scenarios are set up with three components:
Omniplex was announced as a repeat winner of the “Articulate Global Reseller of the Year” award at the Annual Articulate Partner Summit in Barcelona. Matthew Lloyd, Omniplex CEO, and Stephen Miller, Head of Sales & Marketing, were at the summit and were honoured to accept the award on their teams' behalf. Matthew commented “Successful partnerships such as ours are based not only on great products but a shared commitment to customer service. Both the people at Articulate and Omniplex work together to ensure that our customers around the world get not only the best authoring tools available, but truly unbeatable support and assistance.”Read More
Have you ever sat through a “one size fits all” eLearning course wishing that it was written with you in mind?
One of the advantages how to use variables within Storyline 2 is the ability to tailor content to the specific end user by building in variables. Here are some of the different ways you can use variables to customise eLearning courses to each particular learner and at the end of this blog you can download our step-by-step guide on how to build these variables yourself.Read More
On behalf of everyone at Omniplex, we want to congratulate our Partner, Articulate, on winning the 2015 People’s Choice Stevie Awards!Read More
One of the questions I get asked a lot in my role as Certified Trainer for Articulate Storyline 2 is when to use States, Layers or Variables. It’s a common question because these features can – on the surface – appear to do very similar things. In many cases it’s purely a personal choice which one to use, but it’s important to understand that they do have some key differences.Read More