Training Classes

Articulate Studio

Prerequisites: Success in this course depends on students having this knowledge before beginning this class.

A functional ability to use a recent version of PowerPoint to produce slides and presentations is essential to getting the most out of this class.
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In Tracks:

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, Web Design & Development

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I gained confidence about offering ePUB services to clients, and excited about this opportunity for my business...Most useful to me: info on how and where to get ePUBs into the market, types of formats and how and where they're used.

— Rock Langston, Tomato Graphics

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What You Will Learn

  • Planning for effec­tive pre­sen­ta­tions
  • Articulate Studio – Presenter
  • Articulate Studio – Engage
  • Articulate Studio – Quizmaker
  • Articulate Studio – Video Encoder
  • Publishing Articulate Studio projects

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.

Articulate Studio – Presenter

  • Designing pre­sen­ta­tions in PowerPoint to opti­mize their effec­tive­ness in Articulate.
  • Producing and adding graph­ics, tables, and screen­shots.
  • Adding ani­ma­tion, anno­ta­tions, attach­ments, branch­ing, Flash video, hyper­links, and Web objects.
  • Moving the pre­sen­ta­tion from PowerPoint to Presenter.
  • Managing Presenter fold­ers and files.
  • Using the Consolidating Recording Window.
  • Importing, record­ing, edit­ing, enhanc­ing, and synch­ing audio.
  • Setting the pre­sen­ta­tion options and slide prop­er­ties.
  • Customizing the Presenter Player tem­plates.
  • Backing up your work.

Articulate Studio – Engage

  • Planning and choos­ing the right inter­ac­tion.
  • Selecting a deliv­ery method.
  • Working with text, audio, images, and video.
  • Creating all inter­ac­tion types.
  • Customizing inter­ac­tion prop­er­ties.
  • Creating process inter­ac­tions.
  • Managing Engage files.

Articulate Studio – Quizmaker

  • Choosing the best quiz and ques­tion types.
  • Creating grad­ed quizzes and sur­veys.
  • Organizing ques­tions into groups.
  • Form View ver­sus Slide View.
  • Formatting objects.
  • Using the Timeline.
  • Setting feed­back and branch­ing.
  • Adding and for­mat­ting images, Flash movies, audio, ani­ma­tion, and hyper­links.
  • Setting quiz prop­er­ties and ques­tion defaults.
  • Setting sur­vey ques­tion and sur­vey options.
  • Customizing the Results slide.
  • Managing Quizmaker files.
  • Adding Quizmaker quizzes to Articulate Presenter projects.

Articulate Studio – Video Encoder

  • Importing and open­ing exist­ing videos.
  • Recording a video from a web­cam.
  • Trimming, crop­ping, adding and remov­ing logos, chang­ing bright­ness and con­trast.
  • Switching from one video to anoth­er.
  • Converting to FLV for­mat.

Articulate Studio – Publishing

  • Quality test­ing before pub­lish­ing.
  • Publishing to Articulate Presenter.
  • Publishing to Articulate Online.
  • Publishing to CD.
  • Publishing to a Learning Management System (LMS).
  • Publishing to mobile devices.
  • Publishing to a pod­cast.
  • Publishing to the Web.
  • Publishing to Word.
  • Testing pub­lished out­put files.