Given the functional similarities between Storyline 360 and Storyline 3, many have been left wondering which they should choose. So this blog is an attempt to help you weigh the similarities and differences in order to make the best decision for your organization’s needs.
Here at eLearning Brothers, we have a plethora of templates for Storyline. They are designed in such a way that you can customize them yourself. This past week I walked through a few quick tips and tricks on how to take a template and customize it to your look and feel. I discussed customizing the master slides, adding your fonts and color schemes, and changing the states and triggers of objects and characters.
Creating an eLearning course can be a long process, especially if you have a lot of slides in your course. For those instructional designers and eLearning developers who have developed a good mastery of Storyline course creation, however, it’s much less time-consuming. Part of achieving that mastery is learning how to effectively and efficiently utilize master slides in your course.
Think about the last speech you heard. Do you remember all the facts and statistics? Or, do you remember the details of the story the speaker (hopefully) shared to illustrate their point? I’m willing to bet you recall the story. It’s a similar situation with eLearning. We have some suggestions about how you can put the power of story to use in your content.
State of the Union. Fifty, nifty United States. State troopers. State of grace. Trance-like state.
Wherever we turn it seems like states are all around us. Well, I’m going to add one more source to the list: Articulate Storyline. States in Storyline can be instrumental in helping you create engaging, interactive eLearning. I’d like to share five things I’ve learned about states in Storyline that you may or may not already know.
August. As the kids go back to school, our thoughts are turned to learning. In the training world, that means in many cases that we are preparing our courses for publishing to a Learning Management System (LMS). Make sure you know what standards, parameters and settings your LMS requires before you proceed with publishing any course. So let’s look at the basic steps as they pertain to Articulate Storyline 2.
“A picture is worth a thousand words.” So if one picture is worth a thousand words, how many words would a bunch of pictures be worth? Short answer: a lot! Today, we’re going to provide five easy steps to help you create engaging, interactive simulations using Storyline 2.