Learner certificates often appear at the end of a course to verify and recognize the achievement of a learner. Articulate Storyline has made it very easy to do this by adding a print slide trigger.
Today’s blog post outlines the steps to elevating this print feature to a lightbox slide. It includes how to build it and a downloadable file as well!
As an elearning developer at Endurance Learning, I am often hopping in and out of project files to update them, make edits, or add something to the module. Sometimes I am very familiar with the content or have been the initial developer on the project. At other times, I am jumping into totally unfamiliar territory, […]
My colleague, Lauren Wescott, recently highlighted one of our projects that focused on collecting learner responses in order to create a meaningful reflection activities in elearning. A typical way to collect a learner response is through a text entry variable which allows someone to type in their response to a prompt. This response can be […]
Have you ever taken an elearning course and thought: Hmmmm, this may be helpful for some of my colleagues, but this really isn’t covering stuff that will help with my job? As learning designers, we never want a learner to sit in front of a screen wondering just how much of the information they should […]
Wordle is fun and addictive. It offers so many examples of good game design. And this is our story of how we re-created the concept for an elearning project.
When Lindsay Garcia made the leap from classroom teaching to corporate training, she needed to quickly learn Articulate Storyline. Here are her top 3 lessons learned.
Are you a guy? Never know quite what to wear when you’re told to wear “cocktail attire”? This job aid just might help!
The phrase “Let’s get started with an icebreaker” will inevitably be followed by groans and mumbles or shouts of “I hate icebreakers!” from your participants. Yet, breaking the ice at the beginning of a workshop or presentation is an essential ingredient to building rapport between audience members and establishing a relationship between the audience and […]
“What’s in it for me” is a common mantra for learners, especially because they probably have more pressing things to take care of. Your upcoming training session is competing for their time and attention. In order to grab potential attendees’ attention for an upcoming face-to-face workshop, I recently used Articulate Storyline to create a brief […]
Budget season has descended upon my organization. While we try frantically to meet the deadlines set forth by the finance department, we’re also trying to pay for as many 2015 expenses as possible by spending 2014 funds prior to December 31. If you happen to be in the same boat, I spent some time this […]