LS604 Character Animation Tips in Storyline 2 and Presenter
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Thursday, March 23
eLearning authoring tools like Articulate Storyline 2 and Presenter are powerful applications to enrich eLearning experiences. Yet most companies suffer from “PowerPoint Conversion Syndrome.” Therefore, learning experiences continue to be “death sentences” of boredom because courses are just PowerPoint decks full of text and bullets, driving engagement way down.
In this session, you will learn design tips and strategies used by elite professionals in the craft of eLearning with Storyline 2 and Presenter. Whether you are a trainer or instructional designer (or even none of the above), looking for fresh ideas on how to leverage animated characters in your eLearning courses, or simply want to see what these applications can do, this session is the one for you.
In this session, you will learn:
- How Storyline2 character states are used in animation
- How to identify pros and cons of illustrated vs. photographic characters
- How to personalize eLearning with character states and variables
- How to access Articulate Presenter’s built-in illustrated and photographic characters, and how to import stock and other imagery to liven up text slides
- How to apply innovative techniques using characters and scenarios to make assessments more interactive and engaging
Novice to intermediate designers, developers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Articulate Storyline 2 and Articulate Presenter.
Technical Training Advisor
Alexander Salas is the technical training advisor for Dell EMC. Alex is an award-winning certified professional in learning and performance and an instructional designer specializing in eLearning and augmented reality for workplace learning. He has more than 12 years of experience in the healthcare and IT industries after serving as a combat medic in the US Navy. Alex has been a lead organizer of the Orlando Articulate User Group and a Udemy instructor on Storyline.
Content Development Coordinator
Eve Alexander, a content development coordinator for Frontline Education, is a seasoned instructional designer with nine years of experience focused on eLearning for school districts. She develops training courses on basic compliance topics, instructional pedagogy, and professional development. Eve majored in English and humanities at the University of South Carolina. She is one of those “accidental instructional designers” you hear about. Her previous roles include, but are not limited to, website designer and package design manager.