P03 BYOL: Building Assessments, Scenarios, and Simulations with Storyline
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Monday, October 23
St Thomas B
Articulate Storyline offers a great opportunity for eLearning designers and developers to build highly interactive and effective learning solutions for their audience. However, there are so many options in Storyline that newer or self-taught users can feel a little overwhelmed when trying to create solutions that go beyond the basics. If you want to push beyond simple eLearning and create innovative content in this tool, where should you get started?
In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how you can best use the features of Storyline to create engaging and effective assessments, scenarios, and simulations. You’ll see how to use this tool to build highly interactive assessments that you can track on an LMS. You’ll then explore how to enhance your modules with immersive branching scenarios and software simulations. Finally, you’ll learn how to package your content with a player and publish it so it can be viewed properly on a wide range of devices.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to build and design assessment questions in Storyline
- How to import bulk questions into a story or question bank
- How to design custom freeform questions
- How to create a multi-scene branched scenario
- How to record a software simulation
- How to design a player and successfully publish a learning module
Novice to intermediate designers and developers.
in this session:
Articulate Storyline 360 and Storyline 3.
Windows laptop or Mac running Windows software; Storyline 360 or Storyline 3 (participants can also use the trial version or Storyline 2); and a microphone (built-in will work).
Raye Shilen is a learning director at Yukon Learning. She holds a BA in English education from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and an MS in behavioral science from Cameron University, and she has a background in education, community mobilization, and training. Raye began her career in eLearning developing for a government agency and has also worked as a consultant specializing in social media and technology training. As a member of the Yukon Learning team, she instructs fellow eLearning content developers on the Articulate products and also develops content herself.