For many organizations translating eLearning is essential to ensure consistent messaging and training throughout their global divisions. Translating your Articulate Storyline course is a straightforward process, but there are some key steps to take and some simple tools that will help with the translation process.
To translate a Storyline course, we need to export the course into a Microsoft Word document format, which can be easily translated. We then import the translated document back into Storyline to automatically translate your content. To learn how to do this, follow our five step process, below.Read More
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:
In my last blog, I showed how to add page numbering to your Draw From Question Bank Slides. I’d addressed this issue as it was a question that came up during a client workshop that I ran in December.
During another workshop I ran in December, I was asked if there was a way to show your user’s progress throughout the assessment. It’s not something that’s possible with Articulate Storyline (2 or 360) out of the box. It can be done, but there’s some additional work that needs to be done.Read More
In my last blog, I answered the question of how to have our learners retry only the questions that they got wrong when using the “Retry Quiz” feature built into Storyline Result Slides.
During a workshop I ran at a client site in December, I was asked if there was a way to add a “Page/Question Number” to slides that draw from a Question Bank. As these questions are randomized, there’s no way to judge in which order they’re going to come out. I was made aware that this was a feature in Articulate's Quizmaker, but again, it’s not something that’s possible with Storyline 2 out of the box. It can be done, but we need to do some additional work.Read More
In my last blog, I answered the question of how to limit the amount of attempts our users have at the entire assessment. I’d addressed this issue as it’s one of the most commonly asked questions at the Certified Storyline Workshops that I and the other two certified trainers at Omniplex deliver monthly.
During this month’s workshop, I was asked if you could set up your result slide in such a way, that your users would only have to answer the questions they got wrong when clicking the “Retry” button rather than jumping back to Question 1 and having to do it all over. Again, it’s not something that’s possible with Storyline 2 out of the box. It can be done, we need to do some additional work.Read More