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Top 3 Reasons- Why use Articulate Storyline for e-learning?

There is a big user base that needs to develop and deploy software training rapidly, which comes with its own set of challenges and obstacles. Such as finding the ideal setup in your recording tool, simulate real-life environments, and working with dummy data in a testing environment. Let’s have a look at the features of Articulate Storyline when recording an interactive software simulation (ISM).
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Top 5 Reasons- Why you need animation for your learning?

Hey, Animation helps in enhancing and guiding eLearning in many ways, and educational animation tends to be a powerful tool when it comes to engaging and communicating with learning audiences. With Articulate, pieces of training and eCourse can be sculpted in a way to fit the interactivity and accessibility criteria which help to learn better compared to in-classroom options. Therefore, with customized animation within eLearning courses, you can optimize learning through interactivity. Here are 5 best reasons to use animation in Learning.  
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Why Storyline 3 is More Mobile, More Accessible, More Interactive?

Storyline 3 means more mobile, more accessible, more interactive. The features of Storyline 3 which justifies the three benefits above are: Responsive Player for Tablets and Smartphones Responsive Preview Toolbar Responsive Playback Restrictions HTML5 Gesture Support Superior HTML5 Output Publish to HTML5 First/Only Import Closed Captions Custom Fonts for Closed Captions Toggle Captions On/Off with Triggers Dial Interactions Orient Objects to Motion Paths Rename Motion Paths Trigger Action When Objects Intersect Trigger...
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Articulate Studio 360 – The trident within Articulate 360 

Articulate Studio 360 – The trident within Articulate 360 
Yes, Studio 360 can be called as the trident as it consists of the three content authoring prongs - Presenter 360, Quizmaker 360, Engage 360 for creating powerpoint-based courses easily with custom interactions, suitable assessments. All the three tools have specific features which make them self-sufficient implicitly and a master tool explicitly which turns out to be Studio 360. There are many new features as well as enhanced features which can make course authoring easier and engaging. Now let’s dive into more details on features tool-wise. Presenter 360 This tool can help you create p...
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Get all content assets at one place with Articulate 360 Content Library

How about getting any and every kind of content bits for better course authoring only within a click? Sounds cool, ain’t it? Now we have 'content library' within Articulate 360 integrated with Storyline 360 to search and insert different media very quickly. The media types include high-resolution photographs, wide-variety of icons or vector graphics, HD video, characters which are photographic as well as illustrated. Characters: Diverse and a large set of characters can be accessed and inserted into the course. To make a content author’s job easy, characters can be filtered by Style...
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What are the features that Storyline 360 has but Storyline 2 doesn’t?

Articulate 360 was launched with a diverse tool suite within to add collaboration and take responsive content authoring to a new level. Out of the all the tools in the suite, Storyline 360 has been one such offline applications which were developed keeping all the e-Learning developers and instructional designers in mind. New features in large number have been added which can help the previous users of Storyline 2 and the new users to be effective at rapid content authoring. As a matter of fact, Articulate 360 by its name suggests that the new software has been developed by team articulate in ...
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Articulate Storyline – Boon to the BPO Industry

Articulate Storyline – Boon to the BPO Industry
Articulate Storyline, a rapid authoring tool from the Articulate team has a user-friendly interface. The different features like the characters, trigger animation or even the quiz samples are interactive and hence helps in creating a PowerPoint based presentation or eLearning content. Today many course designers and subject matter experts are using Articulate Storyline. Outputs in HTML5, Flash and it can be easily played on any devices like laptops and mobile like iPad and android with Articulate Storyline. Articulate Storyline publishes into SCORM, TIN CAN and AICC which helps in tracking of...
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WebLearning: The current corporate solution for L&D functioning

WebLearning commonly called as Web-based learning has got much attention as being an incredible and effective opportunity to train employees nowadays. One can clearly understand how the terms computer-based training, online learning, technology-based instruction, e-learning, e.t.c evolved from weblearning which is the first to get traction since the boom of internet and world wide web. WebLearning is one way to learn, using web-based tools in a learning process. In other words, learners use computers mainly to interact with the teacher, other fellows and learning material which are avai...
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Who can best use course authoring software like Articulate Storyline?

In most meetings that I may have attended along with L&D managers so far during last few months, I have always been asked about pre-requisites needed for a faculty or trainer or any L&D executive to start using course authoring software like Articulate Storyline. Apart from this, there are several other usual queries from those companies who are setting up smaller size internal teams to develop content in-house or trying to figure out, if and how much portion of the content they may outsource and what portion and type of the content they may develop internally. Some of them have perhap...
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How to Save Instructional Designers from Technical Work

How to Save Instructional Designers from Technical Work
Instructional Designers end up investing a large amount of time in quite a few redundant tasks; such as, fixing individual screen bugs, UI/UX (User Interface/User Experience) design and setting up course templates, etc. Ever wish for all this to…stop? Your Instructional Designers are being TOO caught up in the technical part of eLearning. So, what ways can you apply to make your Instructional Designers’ lives easier? This article will guide you in understanding it all! (more…)
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