Introduction to Articulate Studio ’13

Introduction to Articulate Studio ’13

Bascom Bridge’s  Introduction to Articulate Studio ‘13 training course teaches attendees how to use the programs included in the Studio ‘13 suite – Presenter, Engage, Quizmaker and Replay – to create self-paced engaging training and assess knowledge gained. If you are upgrading from Studio ‘09 to Studio ‘13 and only want to get training on the new features in Studio ‘13, request the one-day Articulate Studio ‘13 Update training course instead.



As a student in this class, you would learn to:

  • Design an eLearning interface most suitable to your subject matter and target audience
  • Add photographs, charts, illustrations and digital video to your course
  • 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 users’ attention and encourage exploratory learning
  • Incorporate review questions in your course
  • Design meaningful assessments and surveys
  • Use branching to direct learner paths
  • Provide access to job aids and other learning resources
  • Create screen recordings and webcam videos and incorporate them into your course or distribute them as standalone videos
  • Publish your course for deployment in browsers supporting the Flash Player, HTML5 as well as the iPad


Attendees should have fundamental PowerPoint skills.


All attendees receive a binder with a course syllabus, tips and tricks, practice exercises and media for lab exercises.


  • Windows XP or later, with the latest service pack updates and at least 3 GB of RAM
  • PowerPoint 2003 or later (PowerPoint 2007 or later strongly recommended)
  • Adobe Flash Player (recent version)
  • Web browser
  • Articulate Studio ’13
  • 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.


  • Introduction
  • Benefits of eLearning
  • Components of a quality eLearning program
  • PowerPoint as a rapid eLearning development tool
  • Designing a presentation for individual use versus speaker-led use
  • Review of some key PowerPoint features
    • Master slides
    • Text objects
    • Shapes
    • Importing graphics
    • Creating tables
    • Creating animations
    • Slide transitions
  • Introducing Presenter
    • Why use Articulate?
    • Accessing Presenter features from within PowerPoint
    • The Presenter Menu
    • Overview of interface options for your published work
    • Building a Player Template
    • Including a narrative transcript
    • Adding characters
    • Working with special media types
    • Slide Properties
    • Audio Basics
    • The Audio Timeline Editor
    • Annotations
  • Introducing Engage
    • The value of interactivity in user-driven training
    • 20 interaction types available with Engage
    • Audio
    • Inserting media
    • Deleting imported media
    • Creating branching links within interaction and hyperlinks to external references
    • Interaction Properties
    • Previewing the interaction
    • Engage interaction publishing options
  • Introducing Quizmaker
    • Ways in which quizzes can be used to assess knowledge gained
    • Ways in which surveys can be used to improve your training projects
    • Graded question types
    • Survey question types
    • Freeform question formats
    • Appropriate use of the various question types available
    • Setting quiz properties
    • Creating a quiz question
    • Form View vs. Slide View
    • Providing feedback
    • Branching based on response
    • Previewing your work
    • Duplicating questions
    • Importing questions
    • Creating question groups
    • Randomizing questions
    • Adding media
    • Scoring
    • Feedback master and feedback layers
    • Design themes
    • Animations and transitions
    • Creating a results slide for your quiz
    • Creating Quiz Player templates
    • Publishing quizzes and surveys
  • Introducing Replay
    • Recording
    • Editing
    • Importing videos
    • Importing images
    • Lower thirds
    • Edit audio volume
    • Publishing mixed video to MP4 format
  • Publishing your eLearning course
    • For the Web
    • For a Learning Management System (LMS)
    • For CD
    • To a Microsoft Word document
    • Choosing output options
  • File Management
  • Conclusion/Questions and Answers

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  • Course No : ART-110
  •  Theory : 40%
  •  Lab : 60%
  • Duration : 12 hours
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