The eLearning software simulation element of Articulate Storyline 2 is a great feature. When we cover simulation in our Certified Training Program everyone is amazed at how quick and easy it is to produce great results. Also, the apparent magic of the automatic instruction captions never fails to delight.Read More
Scenarios cover areas of learning activity that are more difficult to reach than traditional forms of training. The psychomotor, or ‘skills’ phase of learning, is outside the normal scope of simply reading and memorizing. For a greater understanding of course material, occasionally an Instructional Designer must dip into his/her bag of tricks and pull out a scenario. As an added bonus, scenarios enable the learner to put their new skills into practice within a safe environment, one with zero impact on the learner’s organization.Read More
After you’ve created a course in Articulate Storyline, you may need to translate it into a different language. Fortunately, Storyline offers you the possibility to do so with the help of these four easy steps:
Click the Articulate Menu, in the upper left corner. Click Translation and then Export.Read More
Question: Why quiz with eLearning?
Answer: Because quizzes give measurable results. Teaching is only half the battle – we need to see if our learners are learning, right?
So quizzing is a standard component of any eLearning module, and thanks to a tool like Articulate Storyline, we have even more options in the way we quiz.
So, a little while ago one of my trainees asked me why I seem to like Storyline so much – for those of you who have been through my training you may remember that at certain points in the course I tend to get a little (over?) enthusiastic/excited: and the following may explain why...Read More