P16 BYOL: Building More Complex Learning Modules with Storyline 360
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Tuesday, October 24
The complexity of eLearning course development is all over the map—from simple and easy to very difficult and time-consuming. The difficult, complex modules are often left in the hands of programmers because the technical demand is so high. Articulate Storyline 360 puts programming power into the hands of designers and developers, even those without the technical expertise.
In this workshop, you will begin to tap into the more complex and difficult solutions available in Storyline. You’ll use motion to create eye-catching, interactive slides. You will also practice some game-like elements with intersection triggers. You will explore and practice building more complex modules with variables and conditions.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to build a simple interaction with motion
- How to use object intersection triggers in a simple game design
- How to develop an interactive course with text and number variables
- How to use true/false variables with conditions to control navigation
Intermediate to advanced designers and developers.
discussed in this session:
Articulate Storyline 360.
Windows laptop, or Mac running Windows software, and Storyline 360 or Storyline 3 (Storyline 2 is an option, but some features will not be available).
Chief Learning Officer
Ron Price has over 35 years of experience in organizational effectiveness, leadership coaching, instructional design, spiritual development, and experiential learning. His unique background has allowed him to support a wide range of customers, from schools like Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and Harvard Business School to corporations like Sanofi, Amazon, BP, and Pepsico. After joining Yukon in 2008, Ron began working closely with the Articulate team to design and develop the certified training programs for the Articulate suite of tools. Ron enjoys facilitating training sessions, designing solutions for Yukon Learning customers, and working to help maintain Yukon Learning's "best-in- class" culture.