Assessments in eLearning courses are used to test learners’ comprehension of the topic they’ve been trained on. Articulate Storyline offers many question types to test learners in depth; ‘Fill in the Blank’ questions (both short and descriptive type) are considered a good choice to assess learners.
Markers in online courses, help learners identify onscreen elements. They can be used to develop interactivities in which learners’ can hover or click the Marker to view hidden content.
Articulate Storyline is the best authoring tool I know. We can create many rich, Flash-like components using this tool. In this blog, I will share how to create a Digital Clock (we can create a clock in both 12 and 24-hour formats).
Articulate Storyline 2 has a wide variety of options to create engaging and interactive learning courses. It has a new feature – Slider, which can be customized to develop interactivities.
Let’s see how we customized an assessment using the Slider, for our client.
Assessments in e-learning courses test learners on the topic they have been trained on and reinforce knowledge by providing feedback. Articulate Storyline 2 offers wonderful options to create effective e-learning assessments based on different requirements.
As you know, it’s very easy to embed videos in an e-learning course using Articulate Storyline. It’s equally important to know how to adjust video properties in this tool. Video properties will help you decide where to display the video, including the play bar option, its size, format, and many other things. In this post, we shall see how to adjust the properties of a video in an e-learning course.
Articulate Storyline helps e-learning developers meet unique and varied learning needs. Here is one interesting requirement that was met with this popular authoring tool.
In Articulate Storyline, we have a default option to create multiple select questions. But using them, we may not be able to provide appropriate feedback to the learner based on the option he selects. We are restricted to using the default feedback options, i.e., just specifying if he is correct or incorrect.
Articulate Storyline, a widely preferred e-learning rapid authoring tool, helps develop engaging, learner-centric courses.
By default, it offers a Notes tab in the GUI of the e- courses to display the audio transcript. But what if you don’t want the notes pane to appear in some slides? Well, here is a way out.
Videos are fast emerging as one of the highly effective online media to train employees. But developing them takes a lot of time and effort. You may require multimedia developers and software tools to create them. What if I say videos can be developed very easily using just PowerPoint? Finding it hard to believe? But it’s true.
In this blog post, I’ll share 5 simple steps that’ll help you develop engaging, cost-effective videos without any animation experts or software. All you need is PowerPoint.