ELT101 Storyline Tips and Tricks
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Wednesday, October 25
Expo Hall: eLearning Tools Stage
Articulate Storyline is very easy for beginners to use, even with little or no guidance. However, it may not take long to find yourself in over your head with all of the features and options. One of the tool’s greatest strengths is its flexibility—there are usually several ways of performing any activity. Because of that, many people discover a method that is not a best practice. Learning some best practices and a handful of lesser-known tips or tricks can be extremely beneficial for Storyline users.
This session will help attendees uncover some tips and tricks to get the most out of their Storyline experience. Storyline is a very robust tool with a ton of features, but it is also easy to get lost in the weeds of the variety of options available to you. This session will pinpoint some cool tips to help you become more effective and efficient in your course development.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to make quick roll-over/click-and-reveal effects using states
- How Layer Properties can save you multiple steps and reduce your trigger clutter
- How Markers can be customized for a unique and powerful interaction
- About the importance of replicating and editing scenes
- Simple best practices for organizing your work in Storyline
Novice to intermediate designers and developers.
Technology discussed in this session:
Articulate Storyline 360.
Chief Learning Officer
Ron Price is the chief learning officer at Yukon Learning. Ron’s popularity as an instructor derives from his unique approach to delivering the message— with charming wit and real-world examples drawn from his over 30 years of experience in organizational and leadership development, instructional design, business coaching, and experiential learning. Ron is often called upon to speak at industry conferences, workshops, and online forums. As CLO of Yukon Learning, the strategic training partner for Articulate, Ron works closely with the Articulate engineers and community team to design and develop the certified training programs for Articulate Studio and Storyline.