Renaldo Lawrence explores the project he covers in this course using Articulate Storyline 360.
- [Instructor] I'm going to show you a project which was created using Articulate Storyline 360 so that you can see the type of components which can be included in a project when building a course. This course was built for my year nine students and Glyn School in London, England, to help them learn how to use Adobe Photoshop. When we open our project, one of the first things you will notice is that on the left of the screen, we have both a menu and a glossary. On the top right of the screen, we have a resource tab, where learners can download resources you may wish to share with them.
The title gives the learners an instant reference to the curriculum they're studying. On the top left of the center screen, we have a marker that when you place your mouse over it, it gives you a user guide on how to use the course. When you click the Next button, we can see a screen that displays an animated character, moving upward along with a video tab that links to the video page and four buttons on the right.
The four shapes, which all act as buttons, allows us to navigate to their respective destinations. As an example, the video link allows us to navigate to the media interaction section of the course. By clicking on the home button, it takes us back to the table of contents. I'm excited, so let's get started creating our interactive learning experience to help our learners excel.
- 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