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Do more with Articulate Storyline. Author and Storyline pro Daniel Brigham shows you how to used its advanced features to make your courses more consistent, engaging, and robust. After reviewing the core concepts behind Storyline, Daniel covers working with layers and triggers and using templates and master slides to decrease your development time and increase the consistency of your slides. He'll also show you how to embed web and interactive video in your slides, and use variables to individualize the learning experience.
Daniel Brigham here, and welcome to Storyline Advanced Techniques. Articulate Storyline is a very popular choice when it comes to building rapid e-learning, and it's not hard to see why, with it's ease of use, robust quizzing tools, and killer online community eager to help out when you need it. We'll begin this course with an overview of the core concepts of storyline. Concepts that will help you transfer what you learn here to your projects.
We'll then look at efficient ways to work with layers and triggers, and how to leverage storylines templates and master slides so we can decrease our development time while increasing the consistency of our layouts. It's no secret that learners dig video. So we'll explore the different ways to work with website video, as well as how to create video that's interactive. Then we'll explore the three types of variables Storyline offers, and how conditional interactivity, that variables make possible, help you individualize the learner experience.
It's no accident that Storyline enjoys the following that it does. So, want to take your Storyline skills up a notch? Cool, let's do it.
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