This blog post is by Articulate Community Manager David Anderson.
Once again, it was another big week of e-learning goodness in the Articulate community. Articulate Storyline launched two weeks ago and already the Articulate community is sharing ideas, source files and tutorials for learning Storyline. If you haven’t already downloaded the free trial, now’s a good time!
How do you get started? First, download the free trial. Then, check out the getting started tutorials. We have a new forum dedicated to Storyline questions and a new downloads area where you can grab free interaction templates. New templates are added weekly, so check in often!
In case you’re wondering about Storyline pricing, especially if you already own Articulate Studio, there’s some great info in this thread. Take a look below for some of the highlights the community shared over the past week:
- How to turn any Articulate Storyline shape into a custom button
- Track visited slides using variables in Articulate Storyline
- 3 simple ways to create closed caption text in Articulate Storyline and using variables
- Create your own custom lightbox in Articulate Storyline
- Test learners’ ability to find multiple areas with a Freeform Pick Many question in Articulate Storyline
- How to create screencasts & software simulations on Articulate Storyline
- How to disable the built-in next button in Articulate Storyline until certain conditions have been met
- PowerPoint animation effect from The Walking Dead
- Consistent alignment of objects in Articulate Storyline: Images | Text | Copy/Paste across slides
Conversations in the community:
- Games and sliders created in Articulate Storyline and TicTacMatch
- [E-Learning in Higher Education] Monthly Discussion – May 2012
- How to restrict navigation in Articulate Storyline
- Adaptive learning examples in Articulate Storyline
- How to create drag and drop interactions and Optical Illusion example
- Mobile learning best practices
- Linking scenarios with individual performance
- Interactivity and avoiding linear courses
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