When I first started developing e-learning an hour was the standard length of an e-learning programme. Apparently both bespoke Flash work and work developed using just the Articulate tools were pretty equally liked by learners. Don also touched on whether it would work with the iPad. If you have ever done any programming you will be familiar with some of these terms and one of the biggest achievements of the new Storyline product is its ability to put programming power in the hands of non-programmers. It looks really good but is probably not the Studio killer I was hoping it would be.
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Robert Cochrane from the University of Leeds Engineering Department also gave a really interesting talk on using online learning to get MSc students up to flying speed.
Don also touched on whether it would work with the iPad. This allows you to download a Storyline course and view it offline — it acts like a sort of iBooks for e-learning content.
The good news is that it will — there will be a new publish option to iOS though there may be some features not fully supported. A fresh look at Even pro e-learning companies keep things simple sometimes.
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Twitter Tweets by designedlearnin. Will Studio users be able to upgrade to Storyline?
Storyline is undoubtedly a more complex product and will involve a steeper learning curve. Storyline is a landmark articulatd and it really does massively extend the potential artiuclate an instructional designer who is up to speed with interaction design and hopefully graphic design too.
So where does that leave Studio? When I get time I am still playing with the beta version of Storyline — the new standalone e-learning authoring tool from those wonderful people at Articulate. I downloaded the software and installed it on my Windows 7 machine without a hitch and so far I am really impressed. Tony Articklate from Webducate talked about Articulate skins.
Nevertheless the e-Learning Heroes community is likely to be buzzing with activity as new users get to grips with layers, triggers, states, markers and variables.
Articulate Storyline Beta
Apparently both bespoke Flash work and work developed using just the Articulate tools were pretty equally liked by learners. I wonder if anyone is writing a book? Without warning Articulate launched Storyline yesterday 2 May How this will work for the two current form factors iPhone and iPad remains to be seen. Tony and his partner Rachael run Webducate which develops Articulate skins and also Flash interactions such as Dragster. Regarding workflow it looks like Storyline will replace Studio as the core authoring environment and like Studio it will have the add Quizmaker or Engage buttons to drop in quizzes or learning interactions before finally publishing.
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It shows all the slides in your project in the order in which they will be viewed indicated by a path identified by arrows.
If you have ever done any programming you will be familiar with some of these terms and one of the biggest achievements of the new Storyline product is its ability to put programming power in the hands of non-programmers.
The University of Leeds currently has user licenses of Articulate Studio — quite an impressive investment! You can publish the capture in either view mode, try mode or test mode just like in Captivate.
There is still only storylne player skin in Storyline. Quizmaker functionality is now fully integrated into Storyline which makes it much easier to integrate question and answer interactions.
Just shows what can be achieved using a rapid e-learning tool by mixing a little imagination with some playful humour. Last week I spent an excellent day at the University of Leeds sharing Articulate tips and tricks with 70 other UK based users.
Of course because there is so much more power in developing in-slide navigation lots of authors are going to create their own navigation — and lots of the cool beta examples have done this.
If you are already an Articulate power user it will be great to make that step up but if you are completely new to e-learning authoring then Storyline will feel a little scary.
Should we do so, or should we wait until the Studio upgrade later in the year? All done in two slides plus a Quizmaker quiz! In the afternoon there were some 5 minutes slots — one of which I gave on 10 gripes with Articulate.