It seems like there is no stopping Articulate Storyline. Since the launch of its first version in 2012, the company went on improving the tool, setting a benchmark for other authoring tools to follow. After Articulate 360, Articulate is back with the next version of Storyline, Storyline 3.
We all know that the training landscape is rapidly changing; we need to be able to get learning content to our learners as quickly as possible, to stay ahead. This is where tools like Articulate Storyline meet the needs of the new age learner.
We all know that good assessments play a key role in the making of an effective e-learning course. Well-designed assessments help measure the achievement of learning objectives and go a long way in evaluating the comprehension levels of learners.
Isn’t it wonderful to move objects in an e-Learning course using the arrow keys? Well, that is possible using the motion path feature in Articulate Storyline 2. In this blog, we shall see how motion paths can be created for an object in Articualte Storyline 2.
Changing times demand changing strategies. In an era where business scenarios are cutthroat, new hires are expected to hit the ground running as soon as they are hired. This has put induction training in the spotlight. Organizations are focusing on employee onboarding to make the new hires productive as soon as possible.
Today’s e-learning authoring tools assume that employees have a persistent Internet connection. Although this is partly true, there are many instances where employees need to learn or access material, but have limited to no access to data networks.
Articulate Storyline is an e-Learning authoring tool that helps us create interactive, rich e-Learning courses. When it comes to creating assessments for an e-Learning, the tool endows developers with a lot of power to create and customize different types of assessments, using triggers and states.
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.
Animations in e-learning courses help grab learners’ attention, effectively. Articulate Storyline, a popular rapid authoring tool, makes it easy to add animations to objects. It offers many predefined animations and motion paths.
Generally, when we add an animation to an object, the action is executed only once. However, we can ensure that the animation is applied continuously. For example, we can ensure an object on the slide spins continuously.