When the sun sets on the last day of our hands-on Articulate 360 training, a few things are inevitable: excitement to put newfound skills into action, the weepy farewell, and a desire for even more knowledge around e-Learning development.
At Yukon Learning, we are enthusiastic…nay, obsessed with the concept of continued education. Therefore, we love when we can deliver on the “as heard in training” question: “How can I keep learning?”
Hone Your Skills in Articulate 360 Training
Did you realize all that comes with your Articulate 360 subscription?!
As Articulate’s training partner, we do our best to provide in-depth, formal, hands-on Articulate and e-Learning training. But when it comes to simply honing your skills and refreshing your knowledge, we recommend the amazing, free webinars that our friends at Articulate include with your 360 subscription: Articulate 360 Training.
This ever-growing catalogue of videos and live, interactive webinar events is an invaluable means to sharpening your e-Learning development skillset.
Delve into Specifics with One-on-One Consultation
Perhaps you want to be the one to call the shots!
In a custom, virtual, one-on-one consultation with a certified Articulate trainer and e-Learning developer, this time is yours to decide the topics of discussion and when those conversations take place. Whether you have specifics in your current projects that you’d like to improve upon or just areas where you want more comprehensive expertise, we’re always here for you at Yukon Learning.
We’d love to get to know you and your goals!
Discover Purpose in e-Learning Design Training
Are you confident in the Articulate 360 tools but seek the know-how necessary to take up the designer’s seat?
Learn to become an e-Learning superhero, from instructional design to project management, and inject your e-Learning with intention and purpose through our live workshop, “Essentials of e-Learning Design.”
Visit our training site for more information!
Explore Fresh Techniques with the “Beyond the Conference” Online Series
Since 2020 asked that we keep our distance, we were eager to find new ways to connect and collaborate after forgoing in-person events from trainings to conferences.
“Beyond the Conference: Fresh Ideas for Using Articulate Storyline 360” allowed our trainers at Yukon Learning the chance to explore some of their favorite new and innovative development techniques while in the company of peers across the industry.
We are humbled by the many enthusiastic e-Learning professionals who joined us for the series. In case you missed it, however, we want to ensure you can take part too. Therefore, we hope you’ll enjoy our webinar recordings, discover how the 2020 “Beyond the Conference” topics below could apply to your endeavors, and comment to continue the conversation!
Storyline 360 is loaded with features that make adding course assets easy and seamless. However, we’re often asked about creating custom features not included “out of the box.” In this session, Ron Price shows how to build a custom video play bar for a modern look and feel.
Would you like to know how to create those interactive infographics you keep hearing about? In this session, John Moore walks you through the ins and outs of building professional interactions in just minutes using Storyline 360.
In this session, you’ll learn how to enhance videos in Storyline 360 to display additional content. Tara Widmer walks you through building a slide that leverages layers and lightboxes to easily create a dynamic and engaging experience for your learners.
You may have used sliders in Storyline 360 to show layers or change states, but how can you use them in other creative ways? Join John Berendes for an in-depth look at how to create motion with sliders!
Progress meters are an effective way to show your learners how far they’ve come, and how much they have left to complete. In this session, Stefanie Lawless shows you how to leverage the slide number variable to adjust a dial to show learner progress!
We hope you find all of these additional training resources helpful! Should you feel so inspired, drop us a line or comment below with your thoughts and experiences. We’d love to hear them!
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