414 Using Articulate Rise to Build a Responsive Microlearning Curriculum
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Thursday, October 25
St. Croix B
For years, eLearning tools have been based on a PowerPoint-slide paradigm. However, to be truly device independent, courses need to be responsive and use a webpage style. Articulate Rise provides an easy-to-implement solution that encourages microlearning. This session will discuss using Rise to implement a full, 35-module curriculum that is both responsive and delivered in microlearning-sized chunks. Challenges and solutions will be highlighted.
After completing this session, you will know the key advantages of using Rise for responsive, device-independent projects. You will know the power of using a webpage interface compared to a slide-based tool. You will explore the interactivity types used by Rise and how to complete a quiz that can be run through your LMS or LRS. You will be able to apply the key design considerations for microlearning with Rise. You will be able to transition seamlessly back and forth between Rise and the other tools used by your organization.
In this session, you will learn:
- The basics of Articulate Rise
- How to apply interactions in Rise
- How to customize a Rise template
- How to implement microlearning for online learning
- How to transition to a cloud-based eLearning development tool
- How to transition seamlessly back and forth between Rise and other tools
Designers, developers, and managers.
Technology discussed in this session:Articulate Rise.
Jim Hicks, a learning experience professional at The Profession Cube, has over 25 years of experience designing and programming learning delivered via computer-based means. From delivering his first course via DEC VAX minicomputers to the latest cloud-based initiatives that include mobile delivery, Jim has experienced the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of eLearning. He would have it no other way. Jim loves helping folks as they feel their way through the technological maze of improving employee and student performance. Jim’s projects always begin with a solid foundation of instructional design. Jim holds a master’s degree in instructional systems technology from Indiana University.