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Articulate Studio is the leading presentation-based elearning tool. In this course, author and elearning expert Daniel Brigham takes you on an interactive tour through the four components of Articulate Studio '13: Presenter, Engage, Quizmaker, and Replay. Discover how to build elearning that's interactive, insert audio and video, use a cast of characters to enhance content, reinforce learning with quizzes, and record and edit screencasts.
Daniel Brigham here, and welcome to Up and Running with Articulate Studio '13. Because it works with PowerPoint, Studio '13 is a popular choice when it comes to building rapid e-learning, especially courses that are information-based. We'll start this course by looking at the first of the four elements of the studio suite, Presenter. We'll learn how to add various types of content to a slide, how to apply annotations to call out slide elements, as well as record and edit audio.
We'll then turn to the template-based interactions tool, Engage. We'll get familiar with the Engage template so you can build any of the 20 interactions. Then it's on to the most advanced element of the suite, Quizmaker. We'll learn the types of questions you can build, the different views in the tool, and what you can do in each. Then, we'll learn how to insert media into quizzes and build free-form questions, such as the drag and drop. Finally, we'll turn to Articulate screen recording tool, Replay.
We will record and edit an actual screencast, so you can see how Replay can make your screen recordings more engaging. Want to learn about the number one presentation based e-learning tool? Well, let's do it.
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