In my previous blog, we have seen how Articulate Storyline helps customize online training modules according to your requirements. We have also seen a few built-in features of Storyline such as interactivities, templates, quizzes, and the Player that, despite being fully functional, can be customized if needed. In this blog, we will see a few example customizations with the steps.
Here are 5 examples of customized components in online training modules developed in Articulate Storyline.
Articulate Storyline provides a built-in menu through which course navigation can either be set free or restricted. But in case you want the menu of your e-learning course to be a bit different than what Storyline actually provides, you can create your own customized menu. This blog shares how to create a customized menu in Articulate Storyline. Click here to view the customization steps.
Drag-and-drop is one of the many built-in interactivities in Articulate Storyline. E-learning content many times demands different requirements for drag-and-drop interactivities. This blog talks about one such requirement that led to the customization of the drag-and-drop interactivity in Articulate Storyline. Click here to view the customization steps.
Articulate Storyline’s built-in Player has everything an e-learning course Player needs. It also lets us customize all the features of the Player through the Player properties. You can either customize the features you want or disable all of them and create your own custom Player. This blog shares all about Player properties and how to customize the Player. Click here to view the information.
Of the many built-in quiz options Articulate Storyline provides, you may want to convert some of them into question slides. Sometimes you may also want to create a custom quiz without the use of the built-in quiz slides. This blog shares how to convert any slide into a quiz question in Articulate Storyline. Click here to view the customization steps.
Articulate Storyline has a built-in Result slide which allows you to track the successful attempt of each question in the course. The slide displays information such as the minimum passing score, learner’s score, buttons/links to review, retry, and/or print the quiz, and also a timer. But you may sometimes want to display the total number of correct or incorrect questions. This blog shares how to customize the Result slide according to your requirements. View the customization steps here.
These are some of the components of online training modules we’ve customized in Articulate Storyline. To find more of such examples, click here.
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