We’ve heard that adult learners prefer having freedom in their e-learning courses, but there are times when we need to make sure they complete an interaction before moving on to the next slide. So, what if they revisit a restricted slide? We don’t want them to needlessly have to go through the interaction again, right? This is where some quick work with a True/False variable and some trigger conditions can come in handy. So, read on as we unlock this “as heard in training” question: “How can I restrict navigation
Can I Delay Interactivity Until the Narration Ends?
When we teach interactive elements in our hands-on Articulate Storyline 360 training, someone will inevitably ask: “How do we keep learners from interacting until the narration ends?” This can be crucial in compliance-based e-Learning, ensuring the learners receive all content and don’t skip ahead. Let’s look at ways we can temporarily lock interactions for this “as heard in training” question. As you’ll undoubtedly hear us say in training: “There’s always more than one way to accomplish it in Storyline 360.” Today, we’ll discuss three methods for temporarily locking interactions. Method
How Do I Display “Scrollable” Content On Screen?
At Yukon Learning, we believe that e-Learning should be engaging with graphics, animations, and the like. Sometimes, however, we’re asked to display a large amount of text on screen, such as legal material or a Terms of Service policy. In this blog post, we’ll walk through a specific Storyline 360 build that’s perfect for this use case. The Scrolling Panel is a Storyline 360 feature we really can’t get enough of. It helps us display endless content without ever leaving the page (since space on a single slide is in
What Are Some Tips When Using Restricted Navigation?
When we cover Player design and publishing during our hands-on Articulate training, a very common “as heard in training” question arises from nearly every training: “How can I restrict the navigation of my course so the user can’t skip ahead?” Along with selecting the option to restrict navigation, there are a few related factors we need to consider. Let’s also look at some tips you may find helpful when using restricted navigation. Restricting Navigation Why would we want to restrict navigation? After all, hasn’t our course been developed so brilliantly
How Can I Control the Next Button?
Once again, this month brought about lots of great training classes across many great cities. During these sessions, we encounter lots of great ideas, questions, and discussions. Here’s one of the questions we encountered, along with some options for resolving it. How Can I Control the Next Button? I guess I should clarify…this question was not asked in a recent training session. This question is asked in every training session! It’s a popular question since many developers have to deal with compliance or legal content, and they don’t want the learner