Join David Anderson for an in-depth discussion in this video Decision-making, part of Articulate 360: Interactive Learning.
- [Instructor] Not all content is inherently exciting, … and I'm talking to you compliance courses. … But even the most boring courses are still trying … to solve problems or change learner behavior. … That's where decision-making activities … like branching scenarios can help you move past … click-and-read courses. … Scenarios are most effective when they present learners … with realistic problems they're facing. … Admittedly, in the real world, … decisions are rarely clearcut, … and correct choices aren't always obvious. … Sometimes there isn't a correct choice at all, … just different consequences, and that's okay. … You can use that when you're designing your scenarios. … Using simple scenario models like the 3C model, … can help you identify the relevant situations … your learners face in the real world. … Later in this course, we'll build … a simple branching scenario from start to finish … using the 3C model. … Now what I like about it is it's an easy way … to frame content into relevant challenges …
- Elements of interactivity
- Using slides and scenes
- Working with layers
- Customizing the slide design
- Working with built-in and custom states
- Adding interactivity with triggers
- Working with dials and sliders
- Converting static content into knowledge checks
- Creating branching scenarios
- Making interactive videos
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Elements of Interactivity
2. Building Blocks of Interactivity in Storyline
3. Start to Finish: Tabs Interactions
4. Storyline Essentials for Interactivity
5. Converting Static Content into Knowledge Checks
6. Creating Branching Scenarios
7. Creating Interactive Videos
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