Interoperability is a word that you either love or hate. It sends some of us into day dream visions where everything is smooth and seamless and others start to twitch with nightmares of systems that are meant to talk to each other, but don’t. Articulate has entered this world with the launch of Articulate 360. A suite of nine products that can work both independently and in relation to each other. Sounds like a dream, right? So, let’s look at how “interoperable” Articulate 360 really is.Read More
A while ago I wrote a blog called “Can eLearning save your life?” where I looked at how scenario-based learning can help embed knowledge and behaviour firmly in the minds of the learner. The post talked about the structure of a scenario and how they support the move up through the levels of Blooms Taxonomy. The examples talked about using the branching capability of Articulate Storyline, or Quizmaker, to achieve the navigation required to only show the learning the consequence of their decisions. But now we have a whole load of new tools to play with in Articulate 360 -so how do they stack up in the scenario game?Read More
So, have you heard the big news?
What big news?
No, not that big news… THE BIG NEWS!
It’s here, Articulate 360 arrived in the world on Wednesday 9th November 2016 and we have a whole new family of tools to play with, as well as some old friends who have had a makeover. Waiting for the test period to end and being allowed to talk about it has been a long wait. For months I’ve been smiling to myself every time a trainee asked “When’s the new one coming out?”, knowing what was coming and how it will change the Articulate world.