511 B.Y.O.L.: Leveraging Articulate Studio’s Engage Tool for Performance Support
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Wednesday, June 25
More and more learning professionals are realizing that training and courses are only one piece of the overall puzzle. Organizations are increasingly looking to incorporate performance support to provide workers with the support they need, when they need it. What most instructional designers fail to realize is that that the tools they use to develop courses can often be used to develop mobile performance support solutions.
In this hands-on session you will learn how you can easily leverage the Engage interactions offered within Articulate’s Studio suite to quickly build and deliver mobile performance support tools. You will explore the various interactions that are available and learn how to build and customize them for effective performance support tools. You will examine how to publish projects to multiple formats so learners can access them anytime, anywhere. You will leave this session able to use these interactions to truly engage your learners, all without breaking a sweat as a developer.
In this session, you will learn:
- To convert boring content into mobile Engage interactions with ease
- How to identify the various Engage interactions and their uses
- To customize interactions for a unique experience
- How to publish for use in mobile deployment
Novice to advanced designers and developers.
discussed in this session:
Mobile technologies, Articulate Engage.
Articulate Engage (full version or active trial version).
Vice President of Training
Stefanie Lawless is the vice president of training at Yukon Learning, where she manages the design and development of customizable off-the-shelf courseware in Rapid Course and provides virtual training for the Articulate suite of tools. She has spent more than 10 years training people on software products and policies, as well as developing eLearning content and custom courseware for organizations worldwide. Stefanie holds a BS in information technology and an MBA from Western Governor’s University.