There are a lot of advantages that have made the Articulate 360 Storyline templates popular among the e learning professionals. In this article we will focus on the major advantages of the Articulate Storyline templates in effective Elearning. 1. Community benefits: This is quite different from the related topic but the articulate community is one
With the release of Articulate 360 in late 2016, the good folks at Articulate have truly set themselves up as a one-stop-shop for all things elearning. With the addition of Articulate Rise for responsive mobile eLearning, and a hot new set of Storyline templates and characters, new and experienced eLearning developers can invest in
Articulate Rise is a cloud-based, rapid eLearning development tool, designed to produce truly responsive eLearning. It is one of the 4 authoring tools that comes in the Articulate 360 bouquet. The other three tools are Articulate Storyline 360, Peek and Preso. If you wish to take a free trial run for the tool, create an account at www.articulate.com,
Once in a blue moon I get the chance to participate in Articulate Storyline's eLearning Challenges. When I found out that this weeks theme was a 'Rock Band' challenge, I just couldn't resist. I mean, cmon'. Rock Band Challenge! The challenge was to design an interactive graphic or micro site for a fictitious eLearning rock band.
Becoming a successful elearning developer takes time and effort. I personally have years of experience as an elearning developer in every role imaginable. That is why I put together this list of 9 traits that will help you become successful as well. What is a better way to represent those skills than a human body.
Have you ever wondered why people like to play games? Researchers say that when you play a game, a neurotransmitter called dopamine is released in your brains that lead to brain stimulation reward (BSR). This keeps the learner or user engaged and provides them with a happy sense of achievement. It coaxes them to progress
Picture this. You have a test tomorrow and are trying to cram up whatever you can from your notes. But when you close your book and try to summarize the chapter, you keep missing out on certain important points. However, you still remember the lyrics of the song your dad used to play during the
The other day I was supposed to meet my friend Linda. She worked in the IT helpdesk of a top MNC. We were meeting after about a year, and I was very excited. I was supposed to pick her up from her office at 6 p.m., and then we wanted to try the new Lebanese
Ann: “Do you think audio will jazz up my course?” Me: “Do you think adding salt will enhance the taste of this omelette?” Ann: “It depends on whether the omelette needs any more salt or not.” Me: “Exactly!” E-learning and eggs are no where related. Yet the similarity, here, lies in the fact whether both