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?!
That is a great question and one that we get quite frequently. We’ve grown slowly and steadily over the years in order to meet the high demand of our e-Learning course development and Articulate hands-on training requests. As a matter of fact, many of our team members were once customers of Yukon Learning…so, it can happen! However, we are careful and strategic regarding growing our close-knit team. Join our network! So, as you can imagine, the answer to this hiring question can vary depending on when it’s asked. Though, whether
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
This is a question we get a lot: what’s the best way to bring narration into our e-Learning? Well, before joining the incredible team here at Yukon Learning, I used to record narration myself directly onto each slide of a course. Now I get to work with a professional voice talent (and it sounds much better, believe me). Once you have the audio files for an entire e-Learning on hand, however, you may wonder if there’s a way to streamline the process of incorporating it. Let’s do just that! During
Do you have a lot to say in one Replay 360 video? Perhaps you have several topics to cover and you want to differentiate segments of information. To divide up content in a helpful and more digestible manner for your learners, we can animate in section headers throughout our Replay 360 project. When it’s time to introduce or change subjects in e-Learning, we like to make that shift clear so learners can focus on learning. This often takes the form of a section title slide in Storyline 360, but in