Use Articulate Storyline 360 to organize content into smaller, more digestible chunks that simplify the learning process for your students, increasing retention, and keeping the clutter off your elearning slides.
- [Instructor] Let's talk about the term chunking.…What it is, and how to use it…in the development of our e-learning courses.…Chunking is a weird name, I know.…But it's an important concept in the world of education…and it can help your learners to get engaged…with your content.…The idea behind chunking is that you separate information…into smaller groups, which makes it easier…for your learner to digest.…Let's take a look at an example.…Here's a string of number I might ask you to memorize.…It could be a challenge to memorize…these numbers in this exact order…because there's so many in one long line.…
What if we broke them up into different groups of numbers?…Does that make it easier?…And how about if we separate some of the numbers…with parentheses?…Now it's apparent it's a phone number…and it's already easier to remember.…That's the concept behind chunking.…In this example, there's a lot of content…that's crammed together on the slide.…It's really hard to read, it's going to be…even more difficult to remember…
In this course, learn how to go beyond the simple slide deck, and create highly engaging elearning presentations that increase learner agility and motivation using the features and tools of Articulate Storyline 360. Sally Cox combines instruction in the tool with teaching best practices to help you take your elearning development skills to the next level. She explains how to plan and storyboard your course, use design fundamentals to sharpen the aesthetics of your presentation, develop engaging navigation, incorporate storytelling, and create assessments and quizzes.
- Motivating learners with engagement
- Using storyboards to build your vision
- Building the template
- Using the align, ruler, and grid features to keep slides neat
- Working with the corporate brand
- Developing navigation in Storyline
- Buttons, hot spots, and sliders
- Using gamification to help students learn
- Working with audio clips, video, and web links
- Questions, assessments, and quizzes