Here’s a New Articulate Storyline Book & Chance to Win a Free Copy

Sep122013
Written by Tom Kuhlmann — Posted in Articulate Storyline, Community

You just got Articulate Storyline and you’re ready to build your first course. The first step is to watch the “Getting Started” videos. Those will give you a very good overview of what you can do with Storyline.

If you ever have any questions, check out the free e-learning tutorials or jump into the community forums and ask. You’ll get help in no time at all. Also, be sure to take advantage of the free e-learning templates. They’ll speed up the time required to build your interactive e-learning courses.

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Even with all of these free resources available, many of us just like to have a quick reference book on hand. There are already some good e-learning books available. And today, there’s one more: Learning Articulate Storyline.

Learning Articulate Storyline is by Stephanie Harnett. She’s one of the e-learning community’s superheroes which means she’s not just some author who did research and wrote a book. She is a real Articulate Storyline expert!

Stephanie also put together some nice free tutorials that cover working with Storyline tools and PowerPoint tips, too.

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Five Things I Like

Here’s why I recommend the book to anyone interested in learning more about Articulate Storyline:

  • Covers all of the basics. You’ll get a really detailed picture of using Storyline, and how to build your courses. You learn about all of the core features and the authoring process.
  • Great e-learning resource. When you run into a feature you’re not sure about, often it’s just a lot faster to look it up in the book on your desk than it is to do a search online. This book is that type of resource.
  • Lots of little instructional design tips and tricks. The book reads like you’re in an e-learning workshop. Not only will you learn to use Storyline, you’ll also get little nuggets of information to help build better courses.
  • Follow-along practice exercises. Reading the book is one way to learn; applying what you read helps it stick. The book comes with a download link to access files and assets to practice doing some of what’s shared in the various chapters.
  • Variables are included. One of the things I like about Storyline is that it’s easy enough to learn if you’re just getting started. Then, as you gain more experience, it grows with you. You may not work with variables right away, but you will once you are ready for more sophisticated course design.

If you’re a Storyline user, then you might really enjoy this book, especially if you’re just getting started.

As a bonus, I have five electronic versions of the book to giveaway. To be eligible, add a comment at the bottom of the post and I’ll add your name to the raffle. Commenting for the free e-learning books closes on September 20. I’ll notify the five winners via email.

219 responses to “Here’s a New Articulate Storyline Book & Chance to Win a Free Copy”

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Congratulations, Stephanie. Just visiting your website gives the idea of the real expert you are!

Even if I’ve been working with Storyline for some months now, I consider it’s a great idea to have a reference book about this tool.

Tutorials are a good way to learn how to use SL, but having a reference book I think is key to find quickly the things you may have missed.

As I spent some months dedicated to writing scripts instead of delivering complete courses, a book could also have helped me to refresh my knowledge of Storyline.

So congratulations again. Looking forward to reading this book!

Belen Casado Alcalde // Posted at 5:02 am on September 13th, 2013
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One can never have too many books in the library = )

I just wanted to say that the resources available in this community are really top notch. I visit the Rapid eLearning blog frequently and every time I come away with a new idea or technique to use in a current project or something that I will use in a future course.

Top notch all folks! Please keep it up!

Josh

Josh // Posted at 5:28 am on September 13th, 2013
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Thanks Tom, these resources should help me to get to grips with Articulate Storyline.

Lawal // Posted at 5:42 am on September 13th, 2013
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Grad student, looking to expand my software experience, this is a great website!! Thank you so much

Lisa Weiss // Posted at 8:28 am on September 13th, 2013
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I have 3 or 4 Packt Publishing books on Moodle and I’ve found them to be invaluable resources. I’m excited to see what they cover in their Articulate book.

Kristian Chartier // Posted at 9:59 am on September 13th, 2013
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I’m really enjoying Storyline! The more I do with it, the more I realize that I don’t know 1/2 of what it’s capable of. I went through some of the tutorials on the website, but am still wrapping my mind around variables! I’d love this book. I’m the kind of person who reads manuals front to back before using something 🙂

Michelle Johnson // Posted at 10:20 am on September 13th, 2013
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Sign me up for the raffle! I have to agree with what you said about how Storyline grows with you. It’s friendly enough for a new user to pick it up and begin developing day-one, but it’s so versatile, I can’t believe I’ll ever know everything it can do. I’ve been using it for a while now and I still learn new things every day!

Kristin Brown // Posted at 11:01 am on September 13th, 2013
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We’ve run a few Storyline workshops here, and it would be great to have a book to recommend! We always send people to the community here, but a lot of people like to have a physical reference as well, especially with more complex subjects like variables.

Looking forward to taking a look at the book!

Matthew Kliewer // Posted at 11:57 am on September 13th, 2013
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Would love to have a copy of this to add to my personal/professional e-library. Would love even more to read this and be able to recommend to all the nodes on my professional learning network 😉

Tonya Thomas // Posted at 12:21 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I’m working on my first project with storyline and I’m really enjoying, although the learning curve is a bit more than I anticipted. I’ve seen some amazing products produced with it and I am determined to develop my skills to create some of my own. This book would be a great tool for me.

Dominique Turnbow // Posted at 1:22 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I am sure this is going to be a great book! Stephanie’s Screenr’s are awesome and her work is terrific!

Montse Anderson // Posted at 1:52 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Always love new Storyline resources. A powerful tool needs to be used to its fullest capacity. Hoping this book will take me to that next level!

Wanda Simpson // Posted at 1:54 pm on September 13th, 2013
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LOVE Stephanie’s tutorials–so I’m really looking forward to reading her book. Hope I win!

Noelle Tangredi // Posted at 1:57 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Could she be the new “Shank?”

Harold Cypress // Posted at 1:59 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Congrats Stephanie. This is awesome!

Robert Kennedy III // Posted at 2:11 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Whether you’re new to Storyline or an ‘expert’, users are always looking for new ideas and ways of doing things. To help local Storyline users, we began a Storyline User’s Group which meets quarterly. Each meeting provides opportunities to learn multiple ways of accomplishing mighty tasks in Storyline and there’s always amazed looks from our members at some point in the meeting because Storyline is such a powerful tool. Stephanie’s book looks like an awesome way to learn something new to share with our User Group!

Brenda Heilman // Posted at 2:15 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Online teacher doing instructional design, would like to learn more about Storyline. Tried it before and liked it.

Joy Kristoffersson // Posted at 2:16 pm on September 13th, 2013
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After taking a peek at the author’s website and screencasts, I can only imagine what a great resource the book will be! Congratulations.

Adena Wilson // Posted at 2:18 pm on September 13th, 2013
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The tutorials and staff/user support for Storyline are phenomenal. I’ve never come across such resources for any other software I’ve ever used.

This book would be a great addition to the list of Storyline tools I use in developing my online traffic skills courses for cyclists..

Allan Dunlop // Posted at 2:20 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Cool… I’m always looking for Storyline and eLearning ideas. Congrats on the book!

Heather Steckley // Posted at 2:20 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Thank you to have the manual book for storyline. Our team are learning this program fir the incoming project. This would be a great reference manual book and to develop our skill to have good chance to win the project.

Thank you again to Stephanie and articulate team.

Pakpoom T. // Posted at 2:20 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Thank you for publish this storyline manual book. Our team are now learning this program. This would be a great reference resource to develop our skill to win the in coming project.

And thank you again to Stephanie and Articulate team.

Pakpoom Tedsuwan // Posted at 2:33 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I would love an e-copy of this Storyline book! I am trying to learn as much as possible and have done the tutorials and even the Yukon training. But, as trainers, I am sure we all know that we catch on to things differently depending on how things are explained. So, I am sure I will find it a valuable resource to add to my library! Congratulations on your book, Stephanie!

Kristin Augusta // Posted at 2:35 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Love Articulate Storyline – have done a couple of projects with it and think having a copy of this could help me figure out how to better use it!

Terri Wallis // Posted at 2:39 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Great! Just what I was looking for!

Wilson Santiago // Posted at 2:42 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Being quite new to storyline, I’m really enjoying learning how to use it properly to make funky courses for learners.

Am currently working on a project that involves rewriting all our existing modules (over 100) to be used globally so would love this book to help me along the way.

lisa mckean // Posted at 2:56 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Certainly I am one that should win a free copy since I have been in love with Articulate and using the software since 2005 🙂 Thanking you in advance Tom and congratulations Stephanie Harnett as well as thank you for putting the content together.

Jason Howard Peterson // Posted at 2:58 pm on September 13th, 2013
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This book looks perfect for me, as I really want to help teachers teach and learners learn, and this book would help me do this with Articulate Storyline.

David Dunbar // Posted at 3:02 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Hi Tom! Thanks for this post and taking the time to highlight your thoughts on the book…plus a raffle! And thanks to my peers who have commented here as well. I appreciate your kind words.

Cheers!
Stephanie

Stephanie Harnett // Posted at 3:03 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Love Articulate Storyline and a book would come in so handy for me to love it even more!

Sharon Roeder // Posted at 3:03 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I am working on my first Storyline course, which is quite large and is a high-profile course for the organization. I would love to get the book and learn more about Articulate and be able to use it to build a business case to move away from Captivate courses to Storyline courses.

Greggory Wright // Posted at 3:03 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Love, love, love Articulate and it’s community! Amazing support and inspiration. Thank you!

Nicole Duclos // Posted at 3:04 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I’ve used Storyline a couple of times and as intuitive as it is, a reference guide that I pull out to help me figure stuff out from an actual user would be awesome!

Keith Dickson // Posted at 3:05 pm on September 13th, 2013
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This looks like a great book!!!

Blake Griffin // Posted at 3:06 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Lovin’ Storyline!! I would love to get a copy of this book because my team and I would be able to learn more about variables….how do you get the checkmark to show up AFTER completion, not before 🙂 This book would be used daily to learn more about SL and enhance our interactions even more. Cheers!

Kim Lorek // Posted at 3:11 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Congratulations Stephanie for the publication of the book. I really enjoyed the tutorials and posts you have posted on the Articulate forum. Can’t wait to see more case studies and your work examples.

Sophia Xu // Posted at 3:12 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Nice work Stephanie! A true e-learning hero.

Duane Knudsen // Posted at 3:13 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Congratulations, Stephanie. Can’t wait to see more case studies and your work examples.

Sophia Xu // Posted at 3:14 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Sounds like a great resource! I’ve used Articulate but will be using Storyline soon!

Kelly Eiden // Posted at 3:15 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Looks like an awesome resource. Can’t wait to see it.

Rebecca Hay // Posted at 3:17 pm on September 13th, 2013
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As a not for profit organization launching into elearning we purchased 5 copies of Storyline almost a year ago and I have not stopped being pleasently surprised by what it can do! I hope we get a chance to discover even more with a tour guide in the form of Stephanie Harnett’s book!
Will it be available as a download soon? Please include a link as soon as possible . A good users guide is worth the read,especially when it is home grown.
Cheers
S

Stephan Sinka // Posted at 3:17 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I have the first SL book, and was lucky enough to have Steve Flowers, who wrote one of the chapters, autograph it for me. I would love to win a free copy of this new book, and I am quite happy to have been a beta tester for SL.

Gordon // Posted at 3:18 pm on September 13th, 2013
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As the senior designer in my company part of my job is mentoring others. We will buy this book regardles, just can’t say no to the chance a freebie.

Storyline is well worth it.

Ari Avivi // Posted at 3:18 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Thanks, Stephanie, for writing this resource. I look forward to getting/winning/reading it.

jeanne strayer // Posted at 3:19 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I would be SO THRILLED to win this book!! I just stareted working with Storyline and this would be a huge help to me! Thanks for all the great posts you share!

Holly Amatangelo // Posted at 3:19 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Would love to learn more about varibles!

Nicole Bowling // Posted at 3:20 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Stephanie is a treasure of information in the Articulate community and it is great to see that she can share her expertise via this new book! I will certainly be purchasing it to add to my collection!

Phillip Weiss // Posted at 3:20 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Looking forward to reading the book!

Rachel Leigh // Posted at 3:20 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I am super stoked to check out this book!!! Any help with Storyline is great. It’s such a powerful tool and I know there’s so much more that I am not doing with it yet!

Molly MaGuire // Posted at 3:21 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I hope I win!!!!! Thanks for all your great posts!!!

Holly Amatangelo // Posted at 3:22 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Thank you Stephanie. You and the other e-learning community’s superheroes are the first people I go to every morning….and you never cease to provide me with something new to try or a handy new tool or template. I’m still waiting for a better way to emulate drawing on a storyline slide. Many of my business units are enamored by the new “white boarding” technique where the pen scribbles across the page drawing something freehand really fast before wiping the something away and drawing the next scene.

I hope the book is a full of helpful tips and tricks as the website. I’m looking forward to reading it.

Cherie Joyce // Posted at 3:22 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I have been hoping for a book that would cover variables. Way to go.

Marti Stemm // Posted at 3:23 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I took a Lynda.com course on Storyline but it was a little too basic for my needs. Glad to hear that there is a reference book on Storyline coming out–would love to dive into variables more.

Connie Curran // Posted at 3:25 pm on September 13th, 2013
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My agency is in the process of ordering Storyline and I will be going to training in the near future. I am looking forward to learning how to use Storyline to help our staff statewide learn how to use our database to maintain information about licensed and regulated human care facilities.

Mary Eldredge // Posted at 3:33 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Having an enthusiastic response to Storyline from faculty! Students like it, too.

Bill Coombs // Posted at 3:33 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Way to go Stephanie. This will be an amazing additional resource and maybe THE resource for users.

Tracy

Tracy Parish // Posted at 3:34 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Congratulations, Stephanie!!! This will surely be a great resource for designing with Storyline!

Christine Coughlin // Posted at 3:37 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Variables are a great addition for the book. I think almost every other aspect of Storyline is well covered in online tutorials but variables are rarely mentioned. Sad, because they are so easy and powerful!

Ward Scott // Posted at 3:38 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Thanks for the very informative post. I am just transitioning from Presenter ’09 to Storyline. This looks like a very helpful book. I especially like that Stephanie is a member of the community and a SuperHero to boot. She has real-world experience so that is most beneficial to the book’s content plus tips & tricks. Also thanks for the links to her tutorials I will be viewing those until I get the book. I originally started eLearning as an Authorware user from way back in the mid-90’s so the addition of variabale to Storyline is very exciting. And that Stephanie covers this in her book is awesome.

Sean B. // Posted at 3:38 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Started using Storyline a couple of months ago, and I am learning more and more as I go along! Love how the program is able produce the creative solutions that I envisage.

Would love to have a reference book – thanks for the opportunity!

Erika P // Posted at 3:38 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Storyline . . . you complete me!

Tyson // Posted at 3:39 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Looking forward to learning Storyline very soon and hoping to win a book!

Mary Eldredge // Posted at 3:39 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I have been using Storyline for about 6 months after having been a Presenter fan for about two years. I love discovering something new I can do with this awesome software. I am self-taught and a Storyline book would be a wonderful addition (full of wonder!) to my resources to share with the rest of the team. Thank you, Stephanie, for writing this book and for sharing the creative examples on your site.

Glenda DeHoff // Posted at 3:42 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I would love to get a copy of this book. Just started using Storyline several months ago and could use a great reference for additional resource.

Julie Nguyen // Posted at 3:53 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I’m so excited to have a reference book out there by a Storyline expert!!! I get so much out of the online videos and tutorials. A physical book is going to be a fantastic addition to my self-education arsenal.

Lisa Struebing // Posted at 3:54 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Congrats Stephanie! Thank you for the writing the book…

Jeanette Cefre // Posted at 4:01 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I really appreciate your screenr tutorials and the wonderful tips you share with the whole elearning community. Thanks so much for sharing and congratulations on your book (I hope I win one!)

Tina Moreno // Posted at 4:11 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I absolutely love all the great information Stephanie shares in her Screers, so I can’t wait to read her new book! Congratulations Stephanie!

(and a huge THANKS for all you do to help Storyline users)

Diana Myers // Posted at 4:15 pm on September 13th, 2013
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We are looking to freshen up our e-learning toolset. We have been using Articulate Presenter and….{{{big gulp}}}….Authorware. Sign me up for the book giveaway. I’m sure it will help us get started with the software.

Kelley Miller // Posted at 4:20 pm on September 13th, 2013
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How exciting! I am such a huge fan of Stephanie’s work and tutorials. I have no doubt that this will be a fantastic resource.

Natalia Mueller-Spurgin // Posted at 4:22 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I would love to have this book as you said to learn more and also have it as a quick resource. I look forward to learning more about Storyline in the future.

Denise Brown // Posted at 4:26 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Looking forward to learning Articulate with all of these great resources. Thank you!

Donna J Lazzell // Posted at 4:29 pm on September 13th, 2013
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The fact that the book includes variables got me really interested. Sounds like a good resource.

Aimee Hardesty // Posted at 4:32 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Stephanie, doesn’t know it, but she was my very first mentor when I started my eLearning consultancy. Her website created solely in Articulate Studio, opened my eyes to the innovative ways I could use rapid eLearning tools. To this day, she continues to inspire – her teaching and sharing skills are amazing.

Katherine Herbert // Posted at 4:39 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Wow, a lot of people want a free book. Add me to the list. Thanks Articulate!

Marc Raab // Posted at 4:45 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Me 2…me 2…Me 2!!!

Scott Svenheim // Posted at 4:56 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Can’t wait to get this book – it will be the perfect complement to the online tutorials and all the great advice from the community. Thanks Stephanie!

Suzanne Butsch // Posted at 5:38 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Been enjoying Storyline and all the help in the forums!

Janet Cecchettini // Posted at 5:45 pm on September 13th, 2013
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As an instructional design consultant, I’m a long-time Articulate user and a Articulate 2013 beta tester. I’m looking forward to reading the Storyline book and applying what I learn with my client (OnCourse Learning), as we are planning to start using this software for our courses. I’m also registered to attend the virtual Storyline workshop on 9/25/13 with Tom Kuhlmann. Got to ramp up quickly!

Terri Alexander // Posted at 5:53 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Storyline has cut my development time in half and made my elearning modules look like they were created by a team of developers

Francis murello // Posted at 6:25 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Free book raffle? Sign me up please.

Paul S. // Posted at 8:01 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Storyline is absolutely the greatest thing since sliced bread! It has not only helped me escape the mess that is Adobe Captivate, but it has also inspired me to become a more creative and passionate e-learning course developer.

Stephanie, if your book is as amazing as your website…I want it! Keep up the excellent work. We are fortunate to have your expertise and benefit greatly from your wealth of knowledge.

Pano Kallis // Posted at 8:15 pm on September 13th, 2013
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As an instructional designer, I’ve been using Lectora for quite sometime now. I’m going to work with Articulate for the first time in a couple of weeks from now for a new project. These videos are most useful to give me a heads up with the Articulate environment. Looking forward to reading more, learning more and creating more.

Vytheeshwaran Vedagiri // Posted at 9:18 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I love storyline and can’t wait to read this book! I learn more about the tool every day.

Lesa Black // Posted at 11:18 pm on September 13th, 2013
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I’ve been a fan of Articulate for several years and am now trying to talk my supervisor into purchasing Storyline! I’d LOVE to have this book as a handy reference for this amazing tool! 🙂

Tracy Wright // Posted at 11:58 pm on September 13th, 2013
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Thx for all support @articulate.com

Dayna wongpoe // Posted at 12:19 am on September 14th, 2013
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Just a beginner w/Storyline but love the characters for animation. Coming to NY for Tom’s ASTD-sponsored workshop on Storyline. Would love to have this book as a reference!

Pamela Zachritz // Posted at 12:34 am on September 14th, 2013
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I’m so excited to see a book about Storyline! Storyline is one of my favorite software products, and it has really helped advance my career and produce high-quality training on a small budget. I can’t wait to see Stephanie’s book!

Anna Oftedal // Posted at 12:57 am on September 14th, 2013
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Awesome! Thanks Tom!

=)

justyna szluinska // Posted at 1:39 am on September 14th, 2013
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Still in the phase of exploring the numerous possibilities in Storyline. A book could be helpful 😉

Christian Schett // Posted at 3:47 am on September 14th, 2013
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Really looking forward to reading this book. I have GoStoryline, which is great, but I’m still struggling with variables.
Cheers Tom
Lee

Lee Cooper // Posted at 4:05 am on September 14th, 2013
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I turned to Articulate Storyline when I did a 2-day experiment to develop a proof of concept for a potential elearning module for work. I found the tutorials, resources and forums helped me get up to speed quickly. I’m hoping to get the Green Light to go ahead with this project and will need as much information as I can lay my hands on.

Rose Craig // Posted at 5:18 am on September 14th, 2013
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Stephanie…congratulations! It is clear from previous comments, that your generosity and experise are much appreciated in the Articulate community. Thanks to Tom for the raffle opportunity.

John Clark // Posted at 6:55 am on September 14th, 2013
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Oooh yes please. Not long had storyline installed and would help me come to grips with the basics 🙂

Leanne // Posted at 7:33 am on September 14th, 2013
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I agree with you Tom. I always recommend Articulate products because they continue to grow with you as you get more experienced.

Good work Stephanie!

Kate Black // Posted at 7:36 am on September 14th, 2013
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I am interested in the differences/similarities between Studio and Storyline.

Penny Christensen // Posted at 9:04 am on September 14th, 2013
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Great resource book and sites. As a power user of Captivate, Storyline is like a breath of fresh air in many ways.

I do have a list of some really good enhancements from Captivate that could enhance it even more, but it is a great product.

Appreciate the chance to get a copy, thanks.

Mark

M Dawdy // Posted at 11:21 am on September 14th, 2013
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Our training group has just purchased Articulate Storyline and we are excited to learn how to use it effectively. Stephanie, this book looks like is is an invaluable resources. Looking forward to reading it!

Vanessa Stanley // Posted at 11:30 am on September 14th, 2013
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After reading this review, and the one from Rick Z., I can’t imagine a better resource to transfer from another authoring tool to Storyline.

David Glow // Posted at 3:44 pm on September 14th, 2013
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Just started with Storyline. The guide would really help me!

I tried to find Storyline for Starters but is out of print.

Thanks for the contest!

Debbie 🙂

Debbie Colbert // Posted at 4:23 pm on September 14th, 2013
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I am using Storyline and love it.

Helena Smith // Posted at 4:24 pm on September 14th, 2013
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As much as I love the community board, it’s good to have a book to find info quickly and to refresh. I’ve been using Storyline to make some cool courses on understanding hoe health insurance works that have been well-received.

Karen Drummey // Posted at 5:19 pm on September 14th, 2013
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As an regular user of Captivate now about to start using Storyline, I’m excited by the quality of resources and tutorials available to get me up to speed very quickly. This is one book that I’ll be recommending that my line manager purchases.

Lesley Hamilton // Posted at 9:15 pm on September 14th, 2013
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New to storyline and am learning fast. This book would accelerate this learning.

Tom Preskett // Posted at 9:38 am on September 15th, 2013
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What a great book, I had a bit of a peek. I have been using Storyline for about 6 months and can’t get enough tit-bits from the forums and the e-learning community’s superheros. Would love to be in the running for a free copy,
Keep up the great work Stephanie and everyone else that contributes to a great Storyline community

Jay Mair // Posted at 5:44 pm on September 15th, 2013
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Love Storyline and love the talent and ingenuity other designers display on the Community. As someone who is relatively new to Learning Design, I am so very pleased we discovered Storyline – made the journey much easier!

Look forward to using your book, Stephanie – congratulations.

Mirren Palmer // Posted at 6:58 pm on September 15th, 2013
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Well done Stephanie! Would not have expected anything less from you, good luck with it! oh, and if I don’t win 😉 , where can you buy it, and is it available as e-book?

Again, congratulations, Veronica

Veronica Budnikas // Posted at 7:03 pm on September 15th, 2013
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This is my first day exploring Storyline. Have a massive project to complete in the next 12 weeks so have to get up to speed yesterday. Love what I have seen so far on the tutorials and blogs. An e-book would just make it that much easier. Fingers crossed.

Rebecca

Rebecca Molloy // Posted at 12:59 am on September 16th, 2013
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I would love a free copy! I have worked with Storyline about 5 months and now we are starting to get more licences for others in my team. It would ease my job a lot if they could get good instructions gathered together on how to start working with this great product.

Maria P // Posted at 1:31 am on September 16th, 2013
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Wow, this book sounds great. I am new to developing online training material so I have installed Articulate Storyline and I’m gradually going through the Getting Started videos which are brilliant. Here in South Africa, there is hardly anybody who does Articulate Storyline training so I have to rely on the internet for guidance. Will definitely appreciate the opportunity to use Stephanie’s book. Thanks for the heads-up and bringing the book to our attention.

Teresa // Posted at 2:07 am on September 16th, 2013
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I’ve previewed this book on Amazon and it looks great – Stephanies tutorials have been of great value to me whilst learnign Storyline so she is best placed to write a manual!

Louise Fairman // Posted at 3:55 am on September 16th, 2013
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Great set of books, have a lot of the Moodle series as reference books. Would love a copy of this as variables still cause me bother when I have not been “storylining” for a while!

Craig Oliver-Walsh // Posted at 4:35 am on September 16th, 2013
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I enjoy Stephanie’s tutorials and always learn some new tips from them. I’ve just been using Storyline for a few months, so I’m still learning all the great things it can do. This book will be a great reference tool.

Beverly Scruggs // Posted at 7:22 am on September 16th, 2013
114

Nice looking book, could be an extremely valuable resource.

Tony Chilvers // Posted at 7:36 am on September 16th, 2013
115

Thanks for making this book available! Looks like a great resource that won’t just be another bookshelf dust-collector. The Articulate Community is the go-to resource for Storyline help, ideas, and how-to’s! Thanks for all you do to help us be successful.

Mary Young // Posted at 7:49 am on September 16th, 2013
116

I’m still learning Storyline. Some of the online help videos are blocked by our firewall, so sometimes it is a struggle to understand the concepts fully. Even with that, so far, there are very few things that I have come up with in an instructional design plan that Storyline cannot help me accomplish…one way or another. I would love the opportunity to become more of an expert with the software and use variables more often. Thank you for the opportunity to check out this resource and possibly win it!

Rosanne // Posted at 8:37 am on September 16th, 2013
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I love Storyline and I am so excited to see this book as another resource to help expand my knowledge.

Kelly Clark // Posted at 9:39 am on September 16th, 2013
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I would love to win a copy to use as a reference on my next projects. I just finished a rather large branching scenario within Storyline and I’m not sure I did everything the “easiest” way possible. Would love to improve my efficiency!

Thank you!!!

Julie Holland // Posted at 10:00 am on September 16th, 2013
119

I’d love to get this book!

Louisa Fricker // Posted at 10:19 am on September 16th, 2013
120

Congrats on the book! I have just started using Storyline and I am enjoying using a a new tool to help me create engaging learning content for my participants!

Melissa Smith // Posted at 10:21 am on September 16th, 2013
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I’ve been working with Studio for years and have recently transitioned to Storyline and love it! I would really like to receive the book as another resource as I know that I’ve yet to even scratch the surface of Storyline’s potential. Thank you!!!

Wendy Grogan // Posted at 10:44 am on September 16th, 2013
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Thanks for this post! I am looking forward to getting a copy of the book. Although the online forums are great, it will be wonderful to have something I can quickly reference when helping colleagues who are new to Storyline.

Joel Barricklow // Posted at 10:54 am on September 16th, 2013
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When I purchased Storyline I never expected the level of help that is provided. I not only invested in a fantastic software, but found a treasure in community sharing and amazing tools, tips and tricks. This book indicates what a great tool we all have and the great people willing to share their experience with it. Thanks for another great resource.

Robin Leach // Posted at 10:58 am on September 16th, 2013
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Congrats on the book! Even if I don’t win, I’ll be buying a copy to have on hand.

This is great! I use this community A LOT – especially the tutorials!

Robyn DeMong // Posted at 11:02 am on September 16th, 2013
125

Looking forward to learning more about Storyline. Love all the resources available on this blog. Thank you for keeping the community going strong.

Alice Wong // Posted at 11:27 am on September 16th, 2013
126

The online support for Articulate products (Storyline and Presenter) is exceptional but having the ability to open a book and flip back and forth between pages is always nice. Glad to see that such a resource is available.

Joyce Hensen // Posted at 12:20 pm on September 16th, 2013
127

I’d love a copy of this book!

Louisa Fricker // Posted at 1:19 pm on September 16th, 2013
128

I’d love to get a copy of this book! 🙂

Louisa Fricker // Posted at 1:39 pm on September 16th, 2013
129

This book sounds great!

Louisa F // Posted at 1:41 pm on September 16th, 2013
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Thanks Tom! As always, your blog posts and resources are an amazing help and source of inspiration.

I’m feeling lucky to win a copy of that book…you’re drawing the day after my birthday. 🙂

Missy Jordan // Posted at 1:44 pm on September 16th, 2013
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Would LOVE to get my hands on a copy of this book and learn from someone who’s really learned to harness the power of Storyline!! Stephanie is a true superhero and just goes to show what great resources are available in the Articulate community.

Julie Ault // Posted at 3:15 pm on September 16th, 2013
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Love to learn more about building scenarios using variables (and other tools).

Vanessa O’Neil // Posted at 3:42 pm on September 16th, 2013
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As a newbie to Articulate, these resources are wonderful – especially the free tutorials. Thanks for posting!

Karen Bee // Posted at 3:46 pm on September 16th, 2013
134

My company purchased storyline about 2 months ago, and winning that book would be perfect.

Thank you, Stephanie, for taking the time to write it!

Renee Walters // Posted at 4:01 pm on September 16th, 2013
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i am sure this going to be a great book. Storylne help me to create an awesome not boring courses. And i believe,with this book help, i will be more enjoy what i’ve done.

rikky firmansyah // Posted at 9:35 pm on September 16th, 2013
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There are times when having a quick “go-to book” would be just what I need. Thanks for all the help you all provide with the blogs and community information.

Chris Bayer // Posted at 8:33 am on September 17th, 2013
137

I am so glad I made it in to the drawing! Now who do I have to bribe to win? LOL

Looks like a great book. Thanks for posting this.

Owen Holt // Posted at 8:58 am on September 17th, 2013
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I left a comment but it doesn’t appear to have posted. Lets try it again…

This looks like a great resource! Thank you for posting this and for providing an opportunity to secure a free copy. I hope I am one of the lucky 5! Do you take bribes? LOL

Owen Holt // Posted at 9:01 am on September 17th, 2013
139

I have so appreciated all of the tools that I receive by reviewing your blog! You and your group have inspired me to better course development. Thank you for the opportunity to receive this tool as well!

Karen Parker // Posted at 10:17 am on September 17th, 2013
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I’m spreading the word about Articulate Storyline to all my university orientation peers. Thanks for the chance to win such a great resource!

Marta Ryder // Posted at 10:18 am on September 17th, 2013
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Looks like a great resource! Would love to have a copy.

Jamie Armstrong // Posted at 10:18 am on September 17th, 2013
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I have to smile as I see how the offer for a free book turns up the interest in posting comments…myself included.

I teach at a large university, which is growing by leaps and bounds. The area in which I teach has over 700 majors after only 1.5 years, and most of these students are online. As an experienced Marriage & Family Therapist I know that meaningful experience is the best way to change behavior, not lectures. Yet it is a challenge to get the university professors to see it.

That is why I am interested in tools and processes to help my students to practice putting skills into practice.

Thanks for the great tools!

Michael Williams // Posted at 10:19 am on September 17th, 2013
143

I would really like to get this book. I think it would help me with using variables in Storyline, which is one of the areas that I have yet to play around with yet.

Cary Glenn // Posted at 10:19 am on September 17th, 2013
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This book looks to be a great resource to ignite my creative juices, especially chapters 5 through 8 and chapter 11. Thank you Stephanie… Looking forward to winning 😉

Barb Herman // Posted at 10:19 am on September 17th, 2013
145

I would love a copy, thanks for doing this!

Rebekah Massmann // Posted at 10:20 am on September 17th, 2013
146

It’s great to see a book on Storyline! I love Stephanie’s tutorials and have great respect for her ability to create easy to comprehend, process and apply instruction.

Thanks for an opportunity to win the book!

Laura Heilman // Posted at 10:20 am on September 17th, 2013
147

The online support for Articulate products (Storyline and Presenter) is exceptional but having the ability to open a book and flip back and forth between pages is always nice. Glad to see that such a resource is available.

Heather // Posted at 10:21 am on September 17th, 2013
148

We were on a very limited budget and needed software to make an interactive game for our NPS site. We used Articulate and it turned out great. Some day we may even use it for what it was intended 🙂

Thanks!

Tina Miller // Posted at 10:23 am on September 17th, 2013
149

The Articulate community is so helpful and I love the resources. Storyline has been great, and the book sounds like it will be helpful. Thanks!

Lesley Mizer // Posted at 10:25 am on September 17th, 2013
150

Great resource. We need at least one copy for here in Doha, Qatar…. And my what a handsome, brilliant elearning hero you are Tom… 🙂

Kim Hansen // Posted at 10:26 am on September 17th, 2013
151

This is great. I have a similar book Articluate Studio 09 and used it all the time. I have been missing a reference like this for Storyline.

I look forward to purchasing a copy of this for my department users.

Thanks so much for taking the time and creating this.

Janelle Francis // Posted at 10:29 am on September 17th, 2013
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I am glad to hear there is a desktop reference now for this new elearning product. Since I have not truly used Adobe’s Captivate or other programs like this, I am a complete “newbie” to this process, especially to including various screencasts and being able to record them directly from Storyline, is a great help.

There are only three of us in my company that have moved over to this new software, but we are all using Storyline in entirely different ways. A book that we could all share would be wonderful.

I love the tutorials and have found the forums to be very helpful.
Donna

Donna Copeland // Posted at 10:29 am on September 17th, 2013
153

Our company is about to dive into the e-learning world. I’ve been following your emails and your blog for months now in preparation for this initiative – such a great resource for learning about (e)learning! Would love this chance to expand my knowledge even more about Storyline.

Crossing my fingers in Amsterdam,
Carrie

Carrie Solomon // Posted at 10:36 am on September 17th, 2013
154

This sounds like an excellent guide. I had the trial version of Storyline and loved it! I’d like to learn more about it.

Linnea Conely // Posted at 10:39 am on September 17th, 2013
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I am really interested to learn more about Articulate Storyline. This book likes like it will be a great source of information!

Also, thanks Tom, for all the great resources provided!

Carla Tommasetti // Posted at 10:40 am on September 17th, 2013
156

Would love another resource to use when building E-Learning!

Veronica Bruhl // Posted at 10:51 am on September 17th, 2013
157

We are currently using Articulate 2009 suite and look forward to working with Storyline.

Michael Bennett // Posted at 10:51 am on September 17th, 2013
158

Excellent combo–Stephanie + Storyline! This book would be an invaluable addition to my professional library. With Storyline, the Articulate eLearning community and forums, and Learning Articulate Storyline, you can’t lose!

Gina Evans // Posted at 10:52 am on September 17th, 2013
159

I could use a book on Storyline. Haven’t used it yet and want to add it to my resume.

Tom Jankovic // Posted at 10:53 am on September 17th, 2013
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What a great reference source for Articulate Storyline. I’m greatly looking forward to reading chapters 3, 6, and 7 on adding interactivity, customizing the learning experience, and learning paths respectively. The key to learning is keeping your participants actively engaged.

Robert Wheeler // Posted at 10:55 am on September 17th, 2013
161

Being of the pre-personal computing generation, I truly appreciate having a good, printed reference book at hand when I’m doing anything unfamilar or complex. On-line tutorials for specific tasks are great, but they don’t let you scan the Table of Contents and thumb through the book for a glance at content and graphics to see what you should or can learn about next, and do so in a minute or two.

Frank Bialas // Posted at 11:02 am on September 17th, 2013
162

Just getting started with articulate storyline and this would be very much appreciated, thanks for consideration.

Tracy Hoard // Posted at 11:06 am on September 17th, 2013
163

This book looks great. I have Articulate Storyline and am really loving it.

Tracey Stokely // Posted at 11:12 am on September 17th, 2013
164

I have been working with Storyline since it came out last year. I am very comfortable with the basics and am ready for more advanced e-learning development with Storyline especially using variables. Looking forward to getting tips using this book.

Noureen Shaikh // Posted at 11:15 am on September 17th, 2013
165

Looking forward to learning more.

austin sloan // Posted at 11:37 am on September 17th, 2013
166

Thank you for this opportunity to win this book! It looks wonderful and will be an asset to me and my company. We are just starting out with Storyline and transferring our teaching materials. What a wonderful project!

Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Thank you, Stephanie!

Jennelle Keith // Posted at 11:39 am on September 17th, 2013
167

This looks really good. Can I be included in the draw with a comment like this? 🙂

brendan strong // Posted at 12:00 pm on September 17th, 2013
168

I’ve been using Captivate for several years. I have just been given the opportunity to use Articulate Storyline! I’m impressed at the ease of use and its logical work flow. I’mm looking forward to learning all the bells and whistles so I can rock and roll with Storyline!

Angel Tessier // Posted at 12:26 pm on September 17th, 2013
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I’ve been using Articulate for a few years now and I keep hearing how great Storyline is to use, and I can attest that the output can be quite good. Now I’d just like the application to try it myself! I’ve downloaded and judiciously use the templates Tom and others have offered, and eventually I’ll post a few of my own. And the book would just be icing on the cake!

terry follmer // Posted at 12:32 pm on September 17th, 2013
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I am eager to learn about developing online courses using Articulate so the website, resources, blogs and recommendations are wonderful!!! and so appreciated!!!!
I am an instructional designer and trainer, but my experience is limited to instructor led courses so this gives me the opportunity to learn on my own! thank you!!

Margaret A Phillips // Posted at 12:33 pm on September 17th, 2013
171

I had my first glimpse of Articulate Storyline about two weeks ago and I’ve just been given the go ahead to get it installed at work. This book would be a God-send to me right now!

Sarah Bennett // Posted at 12:35 pm on September 17th, 2013
172

Congratulations Stephanie!

Articulate Storyline is such a powerful tool! I am excited that this book will further promote this amazing product.

All the best!
Eileen

Eileen Riccio // Posted at 12:40 pm on September 17th, 2013
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Hi. I’m very new to Storyline and actually trying to catch up quickly with my Instructional Design. Having been pigeon holed for a number of years, I back on my path pursuing my passion/career. So I would love the book to help me get up to speed. In the meantime I’m definitely using your free tutorials.

Thanks,
Sima

Sima Broza // Posted at 12:51 pm on September 17th, 2013
174

I can’t wait to start using this new tool!!

Sandra Portoghese // Posted at 12:53 pm on September 17th, 2013
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This sounds like a great resource. I’ve been using Storyline for about 5 months now and I love it. I dove right in on my first project and used layers, states, triggers, information markers, drag-and-drop and even variables with ease, thanks to all the tutorials available. If there’s a resource that will help me get even more out of Storyline, I’d love to have it. I’m changing careers and spent the last 8 months obtaining a graduate certificate in instructional design, but I’m still unemployed. I’m using the “down time” to learn as much as possible so I’m the best possible candidate. My goal is to be the most accomplished Articulate Storyline developer available. This book sounds like a great start, although if there was an advanced version, I would probably soak that up as well.

Patricia David // Posted at 1:06 pm on September 17th, 2013
176

I have been using Presenter for some time now. Would love to transition into Storyline and learn more about it.
Julie

Julie Taylor // Posted at 1:17 pm on September 17th, 2013
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I’m very excited to read this new book! Storyline is my favorite tool for eLearning. Thanks for letting us know!

Troy

Troy Greer // Posted at 1:17 pm on September 17th, 2013
178

Congrats on the book!

What a great resource for Articulate Storyline!

Heather Williams // Posted at 1:23 pm on September 17th, 2013
179

I am curious about the Variables. I haven’t used them, so I would like to know how they work. Sounds like a great resource to have. Thanks for the opportunity!

Hilda Fyock // Posted at 1:25 pm on September 17th, 2013
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The book sounds wonderful. I’m always up for learning more!

Chelsey Jones // Posted at 1:35 pm on September 17th, 2013
181

I remember when the Choose Your Own Adventure books were introduced, I at the advanced age of 10, felt they were beneath me, because I was too sophisticated for “children’s books”. It wasn’t until my children were reading them that I began to appreciate their value. At that time, I was just starting to develop elearning courses. That is when I realized that training based this same concept could be powerful. But unfortunately, the software available at that time wasn’t sophisticated enough. Yes you could do simple branching and use hyperlinks, but it required careful documentation of how it was set up. Watch out, if you didn’t document and then something broke, or you had to make a change, it was often a nightmare. There were times you were better off starting from scratch then trying to figure out what went wrong. Articulate Storyline has changed all of this.

I am a firm believer that whenever you learn something new, you need to have a strong foundation. You need to instilling good habits, before you start ingraining bad ones. Stephanie’s book appears to do just that. I would really, really, really, like to win her book. I am keeping my figures crossed. ?

Penny Spacht // Posted at 1:41 pm on September 17th, 2013
182

Hi, Stephanie,
I create online continuing education for nurses and clinical research professionals and would love a copy of your ebook to help me improve on the quality of courses I offer.
Thanks,
Pam

Pam McDaniel // Posted at 1:58 pm on September 17th, 2013
183

Yea Articulate! Thanks for your products!

George // Posted at 2:01 pm on September 17th, 2013
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Congrats to Stephanie on the book launch. I’m new to Articulate and working on my first project. Would love to check the book out. Thanks for hosting this contest!

Sharlyn Lauby // Posted at 2:02 pm on September 17th, 2013
185

I haven’t seen another software community that compares to this one, and this is just further proof. Top notch! Thanks again Tom.

~Josh

Josh Uhlig // Posted at 2:05 pm on September 17th, 2013
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What a generous offer, Stephanie and Tom!

I’m “this close” to saving the funds I need to invest in a personal copy of Articulate Storyline so I can create on-line learning programs for my church and another non-profit agency that I’m involved with.

So, getting a free e-copy of Stephanie’s great book would not only get me started on the right foot, but it means I could put the funds I would have used to buy the book towards the purchase of the software package.

Thanks,
Pat

Pat Drechsler // Posted at 2:20 pm on September 17th, 2013
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That’s great – if we don’t win where can the book be purchased?

Peg

Peg Mausser // Posted at 2:53 pm on September 17th, 2013
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There’s a link in the article to Amazon and you can also go to the publisher’s site.

Tom Kuhlmann // Posted at 3:03 pm on September 17th, 2013
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Though I am a novice to this industry as a whole, and to this software specifically, I am extremely interested in–and dedicated to–developing a concrete skill set. Based on reviews of this book on Amazon, it seems that this guide would assist me in achieving my goals.

Thank you for your blog, Tom, and for hosting this contest.

Pam Dunaj // Posted at 2:59 pm on September 17th, 2013
190

Hello,

I’m Mexican student and I’m a new guy trying to start in eLearning process I tried using some software like Captivate or Lectora, of course I discovered Articulate Storyline and I found that this is the best tool with an easy learning curve. Of course, this book “Learning Articulate Storyline” is the best companion for Articulate software, this is a book that you must have.

BERNARDO CORONA // Posted at 3:33 pm on September 17th, 2013
191

Glad to hear about a new book on Storyline!

Bruce Park // Posted at 3:41 pm on September 17th, 2013
192

Sounds like a great book – I could use something to demystify variables! Going to check out the tutorials now.

Heather Horner // Posted at 3:53 pm on September 17th, 2013
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I can see how the book would be so helpful.
I repeated look at the free tutorials online, read what the community says, and like the free templates. Thx!

dayna wongpoe // Posted at 4:59 pm on September 17th, 2013
194

I’ve used Articulate Storyline for about a year now. It’s an amazing tool that obviously had both the user and his or her students in mind.
I’ve completely ditched PowerPoint in favor of Storyline for both my online and classroom presentations.
The tutorial website and community is outstanding. I can’t imagine the book being anything less than wonderful.

Brett Watsosn // Posted at 5:53 pm on September 17th, 2013
195

Our company uses Articulate Studio. We’d love to get our hands on Storyline as too. We always enjoy viewing the demos from the community.

Holly Peters // Posted at 5:57 pm on September 17th, 2013
196

I think this book is a wonderful idea and has come at just the right time for me; however it’s made me reflect on the use of a ‘traditional’ format book (even in Kindle format) to provide an insight into a software tool that is very likely to change and evolve…

… I wonder if in the future, these types of books will contain far more multimedia assets that can be ‘swapped’ out as and when certain functionality changes etc?

Craig

Craig Taylor // Posted at 6:00 pm on September 17th, 2013
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@Craig: I think it makes sense that tutorial type books leverage more digital media; but then again if you could just swap out your content you can’t sell the second, third, or fourth editions. 🙂

Tom Kuhlmann // Posted at 6:13 pm on September 17th, 2013
198

Thanks again everyone, and Tom for this post! Keep in mind that this book is designed as a starting point for those who are relatively new to Storyline. The information and tutorials gradually become more complex as you work through the exercises. It’s kind of like what Tom said – a workshop format with some digital assets that you can download.

I think information and guidance on advanced topics (or rather, more complex applications of the toolset in Storyline) are likely to reside right here in the community. On that topic, I’m currently developing a (free) multi-part “master series” on Screenr that deconstructs elements from recent projects I’ve completed in Storyline and provides the “how to”, tips and example files so that folks may be able to leverage this in their own projects. I will tweet as each part of the series becomes available (@slhice).

Cheers!
Stephanie

Stephanie Harnett // Posted at 6:37 pm on September 17th, 2013
199

Thanks!
I’ve just started a new job as an Instructional Designer, and while Articulate Storyline tutorials on the web are great, sometimes looking at a book is easier on the eyes after a day in front of a screen.

– Mary

Mary Crooks // Posted at 11:21 pm on September 17th, 2013
200

The support Articulate provides on Storyline is wonderful! I think Adobe is jealous of the success Storyline has achieved with their release of Captivate 7. I learned about designing e-learning courses in graduate school, but struggled with learning complex software (that’s not longer used). Storyline is easy to learn, and lets your design shine through to those taking courses designed with it.

Lucy Wood // Posted at 6:55 am on September 18th, 2013
201

This looks like it will be a great resource for those of us just starting out with Storyline.

Jamie Lewis // Posted at 10:43 am on September 18th, 2013
202

This sounds like a great resource. Can’t wait to check it out!

Victoria Nelson // Posted at 11:16 am on September 18th, 2013
203

I am currently building my first Storyline course and have been amazed ath how feature rich the software is. This book looks like it will be a powerful tool to reference some of the more advanced features. I’m looking forward to reading it!

Jason Denney // Posted at 12:21 pm on September 18th, 2013
204

I love Articulate Presenter and could really use a free copy of Storyline.

Carmen Toro // Posted at 2:26 pm on September 18th, 2013
205

Though your tutorials are very easy to use and I can pick up how to use your features very quickly, having a full-fledged book would be an even greater tool to have!

Thanks for the offer 🙂
Pat

Pat Brett // Posted at 3:33 pm on September 18th, 2013
206

Hi, I have just started my own business for developing and designing e-learning courses, so I am looking forward to reading this book to improve my skills!! Thanks a lot.

Irene Cusell // Posted at 4:07 pm on September 18th, 2013
207

Would love to use this resource – throw me in the raffle! 🙂

Laura Filla // Posted at 4:18 pm on September 18th, 2013
208

I really enjoy developing using Storyline. The community contributors are great and having the book would be a great asset for new team members.

Carol Hudnell // Posted at 4:20 pm on September 18th, 2013
209

As a new Articulate user, this book would be a great addition to the existing tutorials available. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

Debra Maddocks // Posted at 4:54 pm on September 18th, 2013
210

Hi,

my company recently started using a competitor’s product to create rapid eLearnings, so this was my first contact with that kind of software and eLearning at all.

I´m following Tom’s newsletter quite a time and I really would like to take the chance to start with articulate software to develop the idea to start a small business and my new passion.

Regards,
Daniel

Daniel Bamler // Posted at 5:25 pm on September 18th, 2013
211

This book would be a great resource for assisting me with my articulate skills

Cheryl Tyler // Posted at 8:09 pm on September 18th, 2013
212

I have previously worked with Articulate and a competing product in my work projects. This summer,

I downloaded a demo of Articulate Storyline, built a project, and found that Articulate Storyline encompasses the features of both the original Articulate and the competitor’s ability to record software procedure movies.

Articulate is the complete package. I covers all of the bases needed in creating diverse eLearning modules.

Scott A Muth // Posted at 9:17 pm on September 18th, 2013
213

I started using Storyline at my previous company and I have just brought it to my new company. This is a great product and I appreciate all the great support tools.
Thanks!

Tom Clearwaters // Posted at 9:22 am on September 19th, 2013
214

I’m a current Grad student and am looking forward to learning more about Articulate Storyline. Your book would be a great resource.

Thanks!

Angela Fuller // Posted at 12:07 pm on September 19th, 2013
215

Tom,

Thank you for posting this. It is really great to have information like this available on this blog as I am completely new to Storyline.

Ilze Rudaja // Posted at 2:24 pm on September 19th, 2013
216

I have used Articulate to create an artefact as part of an MSc in Education and Training management which focused on elearning. I would really love to get more insights into developing elearning resources within my workplace..

Patricia Madden // Posted at 11:11 am on September 20th, 2013
217

Greetings Tom from Sunny Florida!

Love your blog! I’ve been reading it for a few years now, althought I just got Storyline. You are a Super eLearning hero!

Many thanks!
Jan

Jan G. Neal // Posted at 11:01 pm on September 21st, 2013
218

I’ll be looking to by all our content developers a copy of this book.

Rob Puricelli // Posted at 12:09 pm on October 4th, 2013
219

Yes, please!

Becky Peters // Posted at 7:14 pm on October 7th, 2013

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