Renaldo Lawrence covers the essential components of an Articulate Storyline 360 course.
- [Instructor] When developing your course,…it is essential that you develop content which is relevant…to your learners and not just what you think looks good.…This is an essential factor when thinking…about creating content for mobile devices.…Because of the size of the mobile screens,…we need to make sure that the content…is based solely on the curriculum…and covers what our learners are required to learn.…Even more important is to find a software program…that will allow us to create content once…and then be able to export that content out…for all devices, regardless of the screen sizes.…
So what are the most important components?…A glossary: this will help include the essential terms…our learners need to know, helping them…to understand the curriculum.…Resources: by including different resources in our course,…such as, for example, a PowerPoint presentation…based on the curriculum along with links to sites…in an exam will enhance the students' learning experience.…A quiz: by including a quiz, I believe that we can help…
- Design thinking
- Setting up and customizing the project
- Adding content
- Working with shapes, characters, buttons, sounds, and animation
- Building navigation menus
- Using triggers and hyperlinks
- Inserting and editing scenes
- Adding assessments and quizzes
- Exporting the final project
- Using Articulate 360
Skill Level Intermediate
Articulate: Visual Design Basicswith David Rivers2h 33m Intermediate
Articulate Storyline: Advanced Techniqueswith Daniel Brigham2h 11m Intermediate
1. Building for Mobile
2. Planning to Build
3. Designing Mobile Elearning
4. Building a Navigation Menu
5. Working with Scenes
6. Adding Interactive Elements
7. Publishing Your Project
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