Do you ever find yourself with a collection of media you need to use in your e-Learning, but find it challenging to keep it all in order? “Which photos have I used…and where?” For this reason, many folks during our hands-on Articulate 360 training ask us if there’s a way to stay organized while developing in Storyline 360. The answer: yes! In our last blog post, we revealed some time-saving benefits of importing audio into Storyline 360’s Media Library…but wait, there’s more! Today we’ll explore other aspects of the Media
How Do I Change the Scene Numbers in My Storyline 360 Project?
NEW! As of August 2022, an Articulate-360-exclusive feature is now the most streamlined way to reorder scenes in Storyline 360. Learn how here! Developers using Storyline 3, however, read on and follow the steps listed below. In a previous blog entry, we addressed this and many other things to consider as you create your course. But this question comes up again, and again, so I wanted to revisit it, and provide you with yet another reason why it can be important. I like order rather than chaos. I like straight
What Should I Include on My e-Learning Design and Development Checklist?
As we move through our hands-on Articulate training covering the various settings and features of Storyline 360, we often mention, “You might want to add this item to your ‘QA’ checklist.” Many students have inquired about what is involved with creating such a list for quality assurance (QA). Let’s discuss the benefits of using a checklist before passing your project on for either internal or customer review, and then some tips and best practices for compiling your own. Why the Need for a Checklist? Think about the last time you
How Do You Organize Your Courses?
Getting started on an e-Learning project can sometimes be more intimidating than building the course itself. We typically begin with content of some kind…be it in the form of a PowerPoint from an Instructor-Led Training (ILT), a .pdf of an instruction manual, or a paper workbook. If we’re lucky, we might also have a style guide or some notes from the Subject Matter Expert (SME) about expectations. But how do we turn those artifacts into a course? And more importantly, how do we keep everything straight once we start on