This hands-on workshop explores everything you need to know to immediately hit the ground running using Articulate Storyline to create cutting edge, interactive e-learning programs.
By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
- Describe each component of Articulate Storyline and its function
- Create new projects – tips and tricks
- Choose and modify player templates
- Work with text, graphics and objects
- Incorporate audio (including syncing your audio with animations, recording narration, and editing audio)
- Incorporate interactions (states, layers, triggers and actions)
- Incorporate video and web objects (media)
- Create a quiz
- Incorporate advanced actions and variables
- Publish a course with LMS-specific requirements
Note: Students should be proficiency with PowerPoint (i.e., creating animations, etc., using slide masters, using drawing tools, adding & formatting text, working with images, etc.
All attendees will receive a copy of the book "E-Learning Uncovered: Articulate Storyline 360: 2021 Edition".
Please note: Bring your laptop with Articulate Storyline 360 downloaded. A 30-day trial version is available via the Articulate website. https://articulate.com/lp/storyline-version-articulate-360. If you are using the FREE version, do not download until 1 week prior to the class.
ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports: Learning Technologies
Speaker: Debbie Richards is a learning architect, self-proclaimed geek, and early adopter of learning technologies. For over 30 years, she has helped enterprise teams design, develop, and deliver immersive learning programs with measurable impact. Debbie is a Learning Strategist with Immerse, the leading open and scalable immersive ecosystem for enterprise XR training technology and solutions.
Passionate about working with and mentoring other learning professionals, Debbie is a director at L&D Cares - The non-profit group provides talent development professionals no-cost coaching, mentoring, and resources to help them thrive and flourish in their careers.
She is the past president of the Association of Talent Development, Houston chapter, and a past national advisor for chapters. Debbie has authored two TD at Work guides, Seeing the Possibilities With Augmented Reality and Preparing Your Organization for New Technologies.
She was also awarded the title of "Guild Master" by the Learning Guild in 2022. The purpose of the Guild Master Award is to recognize those members who have consistently contributed to the community in terms of both quantity and quality of content—and thus helped make the community a vibrant center for learning.