Use screenshots and triggers to produce interactive learning experiences for your elearning courses, which get them interacting with and understanding the process you are teaching them.
- [Instructor] Software Simulations are helpful…when you're teaching a skill,…or process on the computer,…because it allows your learner to not only see it in action,…but to interact with the content.…Storyline has a great feature for creating simulations…called Record Screen.…I've used it, it works really well.…But if you have to make a change,…for example, if a feature gets updated,…or you make a mistake in the audio script,…you have to re-record it from the beginning.…So, let me show you another way.…I like to create simulations from screenshots.…
They're easy to edit,…cuz' if there's a change,…all you have to do is switch out the screenshot.…But even better,…it gets your learner interacting with the content,…because they're tapping on buttons…as though they're actually going through the process.…It really helps them to retain the knowledge.…Here's a simple example that I created…making a rectangle in Powerpoint.…I've added the screenshots,…and I've got some buttons here…that have triggers applied.…So let me walk you through the steps.…
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