Introduction to Articulate Storyline

Introduction to Articulate Storyline

Introduction to Articulate Storyline

Bascom Bridge’s  Introduction to Articulate Storyline training teaches attendees how to use this innovative tool to create self-paced, engaging, and highly interactive training applications for deployment to web browsers and mobile devices.

We also offer Articulate Storyline 2 training.

 

ARTICULATE STORYLINE TRAINING OBJECTIVES

  • Design an eLearning interface most suitable to subject matter, target audience, and deployment method (desktop computer or mobile device)
  • Add text, photographs, shapes, illustrations, audio, video, screen recordings, and web objects
  • Provide access to job aids and other learning resources
  • Make effective use of animation to draw attention to key elements of a slide
  • Add instructional dialog to your course and sync the narration with display elements
  • Use engaging interactions to keep the user’s attention and encourage exploratory learning
  • Use branching to direct learner paths
  • Incorporate review questions
  • Design assessments and surveys

ARTICULATE STORYLINE TRAINING PREREQUISITES

Attendees should have fundamental PowerPoint skills. (Although PowerPoint will not be used in class, many of the features of PowerPoint are replicated in Storyline.) Prior experience developing eLearning applications is helpful, though not required.

ARTICULATE STORYLINE TRAINING MATERIALS

All attendees receive a workbook with a course syllabus, practice exercises, and resources, as well as media files for lab exercises.

SOFTWARE NEEDED FOR EACH PC:

  • Windows XP or later, with the latest service pack updates and at least 3 GB of RAM
  • Adobe Flash Player (recent version)
  • Web browser
  • Articulate Storyline (trial version can be used)
  • Sound card and speakers
  • Microphone (recommended)
  • For classes delivered online, all participants need either dual monitors or a separate device logged into the online session so that they can do their work on one screen and watch the instructor on the other. A separate computer connected to a projector or large screen TV would be another way for students to see the instructor’s screen simultaneously with working on their own.

ARTICULATE STORYLINE TRAINING OUTLINE

  • What is Storyline?
  • How does Storyline compare to Articulate Studio?
  • Core features
  • Getting oriented with the Storyline interface
    • Story View
    • Scenes
    • Slide View
  • Building a slide
    • Importing graphics
    • Creating text boxes
    • Adding animation
  • Using the Storyline timeline
    • Set the slide’s duration
    • Establish when an object appears and disappears
    • Hide/show an object
    • Lock an object so it isn’t accidentally moved
    • Arrange the order of objects on the slide
    • Zoom in/out on the timeline
  • Previewing your work
  • Customizing your project’s player interface
    • Adding a topic menu
    • Activating tabs: glossary, resources, and custom tabs
    • Activating interface controls: volume, search, etc.
    • Setting colors and effects
    • Text labels
    • Right-to-left languages
  • Using Slide Properties for branching
  • Using characters to make your course more engaging
    • Photographic versus illustrated characters
    • Selecting a character
    • Assigning an expression to the character
    • Assigning a pose to the character
    • Scaling, cropping and positioning
    • Adding a text balloon
    • Personalizing the character’s dialog to the user
  • Animating objects
  • Allowing the user to enter information using the Data Entry feature
  • Using Variables to store and display information
  • Using Triggers to trigger an action or event
  • Restricting progress until a condition is met
  • Buttons
    • Creating and editing buttons
    • Working with button states
  • Adding markers like those in Articulate Engage’s Labeled Graphic interaction
  • Creating a custom menu
    • Adding slide layers
    • Using variables and triggers to track and indicate progress
    • Creating new variables
    • Creating conditional triggers
    • Duplicating triggers
  • Inserting video and Flash files
  • Adding instructional dialog
    • Adding audio
    • Recording narration
    • Editing audio
    • Exporting audio
    • Syncing displays with audio using cue points
    • Providing a narrative transcript using the Notes panel
  • Creating a lightbox effect
  • Using Storyline’s accessibility features to make your project Section 508 compliant
    • Setting tab order
    • Adding Alt text
    • Hiding objects from the accessibility features
  • Creating a screen recording
    • Importing as a video
    • Importing as step-by-step View mode
    • Importing as step-by-step Try mode
    • Importing as step-by-step Test mode
  • Quizzing
    • Creating intermittent review questions using the Freeform Question feature
    • Selecting a question format
    • Entering the question, answer choices and feedback
    • Using question banks
    • Creating a results slide
    • Reporting accumulated results of multiple quizzes within a course
  • Importing content
    • PowerPoint and Articulate Presenter files
    • QuizMaker quizzes
    • Engage interactions
    • Another Storyline file
  • Publishing your project
    • For the Web in Flash format
    • For HTML5
    • For mobile devices
    • For deployment on an LMS
    • To Microsoft Word format
  • Conclusion

Bascom Bridge’s Introduction to Articulate Storyline training teaches attendees how to use this innovative tool to create self-paced, engaging, and highly interactive training applications for deployment to web browsers and mobile devices.

We also offer Articulate Storyline 2 training.

 

ARTICULATE STORYLINE TRAINING OBJECTIVES

  • Design an eLearning interface most suitable to subject matter, target audience, and deployment method (desktop computer or mobile device)
  • Add text, photographs, shapes, illustrations, audio, video, screen recordings, and web objects
  • Provide access to job aids and other learning resources
  • Make effective use of animation to draw attention to key elements of a slide
  • Add instructional dialog to your course and sync the narration with display elements
  • Use engaging interactions to keep the user’s attention and encourage exploratory learning
  • Use branching to direct learner paths
  • Incorporate review questions
  • Design assessments and surveys

ARTICULATE STORYLINE TRAINING PREREQUISITES

Attendees should have fundamental PowerPoint skills. (Although PowerPoint will not be used in class, many of the features of PowerPoint are replicated in Storyline.) Prior experience developing eLearning applications is helpful, though not required.

ARTICULATE STORYLINE TRAINING MATERIALS

All attendees receive a workbook with a course syllabus, practice exercises, and resources, as well as media files for lab exercises.

SOFTWARE NEEDED FOR EACH PC:

  • Windows XP or later, with the latest service pack updates and at least 3 GB of RAM
  • Adobe Flash Player (recent version)
  • Web browser
  • Articulate Storyline (trial version can be used)
  • Sound card and speakers
  • Microphone (recommended)
  • For classes delivered online, all participants need either dual monitors or a separate device logged into the online session so that they can do their work on one screen and watch the instructor on the other. A separate computer connected to a projector or large screen TV would be another way for students to see the instructor’s screen simultaneously with working on their own.

ARTICULATE STORYLINE TRAINING OUTLINE

  • What is Storyline?
  • How does Storyline compare to Articulate Studio?
  • Core features
  • Getting oriented with the Storyline interface
    • Story View
    • Scenes
    • Slide View
  • Building a slide
    • Importing graphics
    • Creating text boxes
    • Adding animation
  • Using the Storyline timeline
    • Set the slide’s duration
    • Establish when an object appears and disappears
    • Hide/show an object
    • Lock an object so it isn’t accidentally moved
    • Arrange the order of objects on the slide
    • Zoom in/out on the timeline
  • Previewing your work
  • Customizing your project’s player interface
    • Adding a topic menu
    • Activating tabs: glossary, resources, and custom tabs
    • Activating interface controls: volume, search, etc.
    • Setting colors and effects
    • Text labels
    • Right-to-left languages
  • Using Slide Properties for branching
  • Using characters to make your course more engaging
    • Photographic versus illustrated characters
    • Selecting a character
    • Assigning an expression to the character
    • Assigning a pose to the character
    • Scaling, cropping and positioning
    • Adding a text balloon
    • Personalizing the character’s dialog to the user
  • Animating objects
  • Allowing the user to enter information using the Data Entry feature
  • Using Variables to store and display information
  • Using Triggers to trigger an action or event
  • Restricting progress until a condition is met
  • Buttons
    • Creating and editing buttons
    • Working with button states
  • Adding markers like those in Articulate Engage’s Labeled Graphic interaction
  • Creating a custom menu
    • Adding slide layers
    • Using variables and triggers to track and indicate progress
    • Creating new variables
    • Creating conditional triggers
    • Duplicating triggers
  • Inserting video and Flash files
  • Adding instructional dialog
    • Adding audio
    • Recording narration
    • Editing audio
    • Exporting audio
    • Syncing displays with audio using cue points
    • Providing a narrative transcript using the Notes panel
  • Creating a lightbox effect
  • Using Storyline’s accessibility features to make your project Section 508 compliant
    • Setting tab order
    • Adding Alt text
    • Hiding objects from the accessibility features
  • Creating a screen recording
    • Importing as a video
    • Importing as step-by-step View mode
    • Importing as step-by-step Try mode
    • Importing as step-by-step Test mode
  • Quizzing
    • Creating intermittent review questions using the Freeform Question feature
    • Selecting a question format
    • Entering the question, answer choices and feedback
    • Using question banks
    • Creating a results slide
    • Reporting accumulated results of multiple quizzes within a course
  • Importing content
    • PowerPoint and Articulate Presenter files
    • QuizMaker quizzes
    • Engage interactions
    • Another Storyline file
  • Publishing your project
    • For the Web in Flash format
    • For HTML5
    • For mobile devices
    • For deployment on an LMS
    • To Microsoft Word format
  • Conclusion

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  • Duration : 18 hours
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