Articulate Storyline is a great tool for developing eLearning courses rapidly. It has grown in its popularity as it introduced some new and exciting features and interactivities. Here are a few info-graphics that give you an idea about some of the key features of Articulate Storyline and how you can use it to enhance your eLearning courses. You could print these info-graphics and have them in front of you as you use the tool.
1. Getting started with Articulate Storyline?
This will give you an overview of some of the basic features that you need to know when you first use Storyline. If you are familiar with PowerPoint, this infographic tells you how to get started with your first eLearning project.
2. Do you want to know the keyboard shortcuts for Storyline?
As you work on the tool, it helps to know the keyboard shortcuts as that speeds up your work considerably. This info-graphic lists some of the useful keyboard shortcuts. Great to have it by your desk.
3. What are the 5 interactivities in Storyline that transform your eLearning courses?
Storyline offers interactivities that were earlier not possible if you didn’t have programming knowledge. This infographic lists 5 most important interactivities that can transform your eLearning course and provide your users amazing learning experiences.
4. Want to learn how Articulate Studio 13 is different from Storyline?
Articulate has just launched Studio 13. If you are familiar with Articulate Studio and want to know how Articulate Storyline is different from Studio 13, this infographic will visually explain the differences. It also suggests when you can use a particular tool, so that you can take an informed decision.
5. How can Articulate Storyline help you develop scenarios?
Scenarios can make boring courses engaging and interesting. Articulate Storyline has in-built templates and tools that help you create scenarios easily. How can you create great scenarios, using Storyline? Learn more about it in this info-graphic.
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