A new feature in Rise 360 is the ability to crop your images right inside the course itself. Let me show you how easy it is!
In this short video, I show you my process for creating a storyboard using Storyline 360. There are many ways to create a storyboard. Some people use PPT, others a simple word processing document, but whatever style you use, it’s an important first step before you waste too much time on development that your stakeholders have not worked out with you.
In today’s new normal, work from home also means “learn from home”, or more accurately, “learn from anywhere”. Articulate Rise 360 allows you to build training modules that are adaptive to all learning devices with just one single course publish. Let me show you how one of my courses looks when I open it on my iPhone.
The key to good experiential eLearning is knowing how to use the Layers, States and Triggers functions in Articulate Storyline 360. Layers allow you to determine what objects on screen the learner can interact with at a given time in the task. States allow you to change how an object on a layer looks, or even “hide” them, so that the learner’s experience and feedback changes based upon their choices. Finally, Triggers are what you use to tell objects on the screen to change and reveal unique feedback based upon the learner’s choices. Triggers are how you code consequence or success of real word practice, but isn’t all that heard to learn. Let me show you! (Note that the sample below is not from an actual course, but is being used to demonstrate how these three actions relate.)