Courses built in Articulate Storyline can be as simple or complicated as you want them to be. Getting up and running with Articulate Storyline is pretty easy. However, as you start wanting to design more intricate types of e-learning content, you quickly discover there’s usually more than one way to do the same thing. This could leave you feeling overwhelmed and wondering which way is the right way.
What Will You Learn?
During this one-day, hands-on Advanced Articulate Storyline Training Workshop, you’ll take your fundamental knowledge of Articulate Storyline and learn how to further your abilities by applying advanced techniques. One of our e-learning experts will guide you through several advanced course examples in Articulate Storyline 1, 2, or 360.
You’ll learn how to:
Create a locked course menu with conditional triggers and variables.
Create a personalized e-learning course using conditional triggers and variables to let learners enter their name and select a character.
Gamify an e-learning course using a gameboard, badges, and quiz questions.
Perform calculations with triggers and number variables.
Control motion paths using triggers (Articulate Storyline 2 and 360 only).
This workshop has been designed for anyone who has a working knowledge of the basic features of Articulate Storyline. This includes how to create a new project, manage scenes and slides, add and edit text and graphics, add entrance and exit animations, sync animations to audio in the timeline, create and manage object states and slide layers, and create basic triggers.
What Equipment & Software Do You Need?
To attend this workshop, you will need a computer (running the Windows operating system) with an Internet connection, a mouse, and Articulate Storyline 1, 2, or 360 installed.
Not Ready for Advanced Training?
We also offer introductory Articulate Storyline training!
Diane is the Founder & President of Artisan E-Learning and E-Learning Uncovered. Diane leads the executive team and also keeps busy speaking, writing, training, and occasionally jumping in on a development project. She started in the e-learning industry back in 2000 by helping a classroom-based training service provider convert its content to e-learning. She speaks at several national conferences every year, and is a past board member of the Metro DC and the Northeast Florida chapters of ATD (Association for Talent Development).