Since its launch, Rise has been championed as the fastest way to author responsive eLearning content. But with its most recent update – authoring has just become a whole lot faster.
All of the previous prebuilt lesson types (for example, labelled graphics, timeline and sorting cards) are available as blocks. Allowing you to quickly create unique eLearning courses, by dragging and dropping these components into your course, in any way you see fit.Read More
In January 2017 I wrote a blog about scenario-based training in Articulate 360, using Rise specifically. This introduced the idea of using the Button Stack blocks to branch from one lesson to another, allowing learners to make decisions and follow different paths through the content.Read More
I had a sudden flashback weeks ago. I remembered creating eLearning courses long before the days of the modern authoring tools. I was transported into a time (and yes it was a fair few years ago!) when as an eLearning author you had long, circuitous discussions with developers about the functionality you would like. They would listen politely, promise little and around two to three months later deliver even less. At which point, I recall re-writing courses to fit the functionality that we had actually been delivered.Read More
All Articulate 360 users cheered this morning - as it was announced that a new translation feature has been added to Rise. This feature acts in a very similar way to the Storyline translation feature; allowing you to export your content, translate it, and upload it straight back into your course. If you’re creating courses in a variety of languages, this feature is bound to save you heaps of time! Translating your Rise course couldn’t be easier, simply follow the steps below:Read More
Last week I hosted our first ‘Ask the Articulate trainer’ webinar and it was so successful I didn’t have the time to answer all the questions submitted. I thought it was only fair to answer the questions I missed, so, welcome to my new blog series ‘Ask the Articulate trainer’. Today we are going to focus on the questions about Articulate’s newest authoring tool, Rise.Read More