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Articulate Storyline

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This course is part of the following workflow-oriented and product- or technology-oriented learning tracks: Articulate Studio & Storyline, eLearning & mLearning, eLearning / mLearning / Courseware, PowerPoint

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[I obtained] a clear vision of the world of electronic publishing.

— Claudio Marconato, Adobe Certified Instructor

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Articulate Storyline is a rapid devel­op­ment author­ing tool to cre­ate eLearning cours­es with a sin­gle stand-alone prod­uct that does not require com­put­er pro­gram­ming skills. Storyline has the abil­i­ty to cre­ate vir­tu­al­ly any type of inter­ac­tion, con­di­tion­al inter­ac­tiv­i­ty using vari­ables, pre-built inter­ac­tive objects (such as but­tons, hot spots, data entry fields, mouse objects, mark­ers, and light­box­es), screen record­ings, and soft­ware sim­u­la­tions. In addi­tion, Storyline is eas­i­ly pub­lish­able to iPad and HTML5.

What You Will Learn

  • Planning for effec­tive pre­sen­ta­tions
  • Creating Articulate Storyline Projects
  • Adding Multimedia and Interactivity
  • Preparing for Publishing

Lesson Outline

The fol­low­ing is a list of pos­si­ble top­ics for you to use as a guide. Your course will be ful­ly cus­tomized to your unique goals, work­flow, and learn­ing pace. Because every course we teach is ful­ly cus­tomized to each group, the fol­low­ing list of top­ics to be learned should be con­sid­ered a guide­line, one that will be expand­ed or altered as required to fit your needs.

Planning Presentations

  • Applying Bloom’s Taxonomy to take your cours­es beyond tex­tu­al “lec­tur­ing” and learn­er mem­o­riza­tion
  • Begin at the end - clar­i­fy course objec­tives and design your course to cov­er those objec­tives.
  • The impor­tance of cre­at­ing detailed sto­ry­boards and scripts.

Creating Articulate Storyline Projects

  • Creating projects from PowerPoint.
  • Creating projects from Articulate Quizmaker.
  • Creating projects from a tem­plate.
  • Creating a blank project.
  • Working with slide themes, mas­ters, and tran­si­tions.
  • Scenes, slides, slide notes, and slide prop­er­ties.
  • Working with text, pic­tures, shapes, and cap­tions.

Adding Multimedia and Interactivity

  • Working with audio and video.
  • Creating, record­ing, and insert­ing screen record­ings.
  • Working with Flash and Web objects.
  • Creating and man­ag­ing states and lay­ers.
  • Adding and man­ag­ing action trig­gers.
  • Creating and man­ag­ing advanced actions and vari­ables.
  • Adding grad­ed, sur­vey, and freeform ques­tions.
  • Managing ques­tion options, feed­back, branch­ing, and scor­ing.

Preparing for Publishing

  • Setting the Player menu, col­ors and effects, text labels, and oth­er set­tings.
  • Publishing for­mats, the process, and options.
  • The dif­fer­ences involved in mobile pub­lish­ing.
  • Publishing to Articulate Online.
  • Publishing to CD.
  • Publishing to a Learning Management System (LMS).
  • Publishing to the Web.
  • Publishing to Word.