- Elearning content basics
- Creating a project from slides or from scratch
- Setting preferences and project defaults
- Inserting and linking scenes
- Using triggers and timings
- Previewing content
- Adjusting slide and player properties
- Adding and editing images and characters
- Creating and editing buttons
- Adding external media
- Ensuring accessibility
- Adding assessment questions
- Publishing a course online
- Publishing handouts to Microsoft Word
Skill Level Beginner
- [David] Elearning is today's most popular training method, thanks to its flexibility, accessibility, and portability. Storyline 360 is a foundational elearning authoring tool, part of the Articulate 360 Suite of applications that makes the creation of quality elearning courses a breeze. I'm David Rivers, and I've been working with Storyline since its inception, and teaching people how to use this powerful application to create elearning projects that are memorable, flexible, and accessible. And although Storyline 360 is intuitive and easy to use, whether you're building a project from scratch or from existing PowerPoint presentations, the powerful functionality can initially seem overwhelming without first building a solid foundation of Storyline understanding, and that's exactly what we'll do together in this course.
Increasing Engagement with Elearning Programswith Ajay Pangarkar1h 11m Intermediate
1. Get Started
Understand elearning basics4m 33s
2. Build a Presentation
3. Use Assets and Elements
4. Work with Media
5. Assess Elearning
6. Publish Your Project
Next steps1m 4s
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