715 BYOL: Building an Adaptive Course in Storyline
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Friday, October 27
“I don’t have time for this.” “I already know this stuff.” “Do I have to go through all of this?” How often have you heard complaints like these? Everyone is busy these days. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could do something to lighten the load?
In this hands-on session, you’ll use standard Storyline features to build a course that adapts itself to your audience based on how they’re doing. You’ll create a pretest to evaluate pre-existing knowledge and use that information to allow your learners to skip sections that cover content they already know. You’ll practice setting up remedial sections to give more content or practice to those who need it. Finally, you’ll develop a final test that ends as soon as the learner passes or fails, instead of making them go through the rest of the test questions.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to customize course content based on pretest results
- How to show remedial content only when needed
- How to end the final test early—as soon as the learner passes or fails
- How to make your course adjust itself based on learner performance
Novice to advanced designers and developers with a basic knowledge of Storyline, particularly working with triggers.
discussed in this session:
Articulate Storyline 1 or 2.
Laptop running Articulate Storyline 1 or 2.
Simon Blair is an evil genius and all-around great guy. He has developed eLearning and associated apps, spearheaded quality and efficiency initiatives, and is a go-to source for all things LMS and eLearning technology, supporting colleagues around the globe. At various points he has also been a software developer, a teaching assistant on back-country camping courses, a technical trainer, and a facilitator of virtual and in-person training across North America. He's also facilitated hands-on sessions at multiple North American conferences.