Nov 29, 2021  
Ledet Training 2019 Course Catalog 
  
Ledet Training 2019 Course Catalog
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Storyline 101 - Articulate Storyline (including 360)

Articulate icon Class Description
In our hands-on 2-day Articulate Storyline course, the instructor will teach the most important and effective Storyline features, students will become confident in creating interactive eLearning projects. Our instructors are e-learning industry professionals and will not only teach participants the program but will also show them pitfalls and common errors, best practices, and shortcuts. They are well versed in teaching Storyline to varied groups of students and interests.

This class is suitable for both users of Articulate Storyline who purchased a perpetual license and those with an Articulate Storyline 360 subscription license.

  • Getting to Know Storyline 360
  • Audio, Animation, and Video
  • Recording and Publishing
  • Triggers and Hotspots
  • Interactivity
  • Exploring Storyline
  • Variables
  • Creating Projects
  • Quizzes
  • Add Content
  • Scenes and Slides
  • Working With Text
  • Adding Graphics
  • Object Properties
  • Arranging Objects
  • Working With Media
  • State & Layers
  • Triggers
  • Advance Triggers & Variables
  • Screen Recordings
  • The Player
  • Publishing


Schedule and Pricing
Schedule of upcoming Storyline training classes.

Course Benefits
You’ll learn how to create projects from scratch, how to work with slides, add shapes, and how to add and format text, images, and characters. There are lessons that will teach you how to add interactivity to slides via buttons, triggers, text entry areas, and hotspots. Learn about variables and how they allow you to create personalized eLearning. Enhance the learner experience by recording, importing, and editing audio. Gauge the effectiveness of your eLearning by adding quizzes. Then you’ll publish Storyline projects for the widest possible audience.

  • Explore a Finished Storyline Project
  • Create a New Content Master Slide
  • Import Content From PowerPoint
  • Create Layers
  • Triggers and Hotspots
  • Variables
  • Audio, Animation, and Video
  • Quizzes
  • Recording and Publishing

Who Should Attend
This class is suitable for both users of Articulate Storyline who purchased a perpetual license and those with an Articulate Storyline 360 subscription license.
Suggested Prerequisites
This class is appropriate for novice to intermediate level users of Storyline. We also recommend that you have the Articulate Storyline software before starting the class. You can purchase the software or obtain a trial version of it from the Articulate website. 

Related Classes
 

We suggest you have a look at the following learning path(s): Storyline  

We also suggest having a look at the following related classes: 

 
This Class is also included in the following discounted class bundle(s):

How to Enroll

Please see our Enrollment Page (http://www.ledet.com/enroll) for our enrollment form.

 
Course Outline

Preface

uring this first section, you’ll receive a quick primer on the fantastic, and ever-expanding, world of eLearning. You’ll be introduced to some best practices when planning your projects, budgeting suggestions, and you’ll learn about the development process. Along the way you’ll pick up some awesome design tips from effective slide layouts to fonts to scripting to storyboarding.

  • Planning eLearning Projects
  • Budgeting eLearning Projects
  • eLearning Development Phases
  • eLearning Development Process
  • Designing Storyline Slides
  • Fonts and Learning
  • Scripts
  • Storyboarding for Soft Skills

Module 1: Exploring Storyline

During this module you’ll begin to put Storyline through its paces. You’ll open an existing project and explore the Storyline interface.

  • Explore a Finished Storyline Project
  • Explore Slides and Panels
  • Zoom and Magnify
  • Explore Panels
  • Preview the Entire Project

Module 2: Creating Projects

You’ll begin the process of creating an eLearning project that, when finished, will allow learners to lower their credit score. You’ll create a project from scratch, add slides, apply masters, and import content from Microsoft PowerPoint.

  • Create a New Project
  • Apply a Theme
  • Apply a Content Master Slide
  • Insert New Slides
  • Create a New Content Master Slide
  • Apply a Different Master Slide Layout to a Slide
  • Import Content from PowerPoint

Module 3: Add Content

Content is truly king. You’ll add such common slide elements as text, images, characters, and captions. You’ll also learn how to create and format shapes and work with a bulleted list.

  • Create and Format a Text Box
  • Work with a List
  • Add an Image to a Slide
  • Add a Shape to a Slide
  • Customize a Shape
  • Insert a Character
  • Insert a Caption
  • Add Content from the Content Library

Module 4: Interactivity

You’ll learn how to engage your learner by not only adding buttons, but controlling how a button looks as learners interact with it. You’ll learn about the power of layers, and give learners a place to type text within your lesson.

  • Add Buttons to Slides
  • Change Button States
  • Create Layers
  • Insert a Text Entry Field

Module 5: Triggers and Hotspots

Triggers are arguably the most powerful Storyline feature and are the key to managing interactivity. Triggers can be attached to slides or slide objects. They control what happens when a learner interacts with a slide object or enters or leaves a slide. During this module you’ll put Triggers to the test by adding them to slide buttons. You’ll also work with Hotspots, areas of a slide that can be made interactive. You’ll learn that you can draw a Hotspot on top of anything and quickly use Triggers to initiate the interactivity.

  • Delete Default Triggers
  • Add a Trigger to a Button
  • Hide Player Buttons
  • Add Triggers to Layers
  • Add a Hide Layer Trigger
  • Add a Slide Trigger
  • Add a Conditional Trigger
  • Edit a Trigger
  • Add a Hotspot and Lightbox Trigger

Module 6: Variables

Variables serve as buckets for data. The data can be used to provide feedback to the learner and/or allow you as the developer to create conditional scenarios. For instance, you could use a variable to capture a learner’s name. Once the name has been “stored” by the variable, the name can be displayed over and over again throughout the lesson.

  • Manage a Variable
  • Reference a Variable
  • Create a Variable
  • Manipulate a Variable with a Trigger
  • Create a True/False Variable
  • Create a Trigger to Change a True/False Variable
  • Add a Condition to an Existing Trigger
  • Play Audio with a Conditional Trigger
  • Add a Condition to a Button

Module 7: Audio, Animation, and Video

Research has shown that adding voiceover audio to an eLearning project greatly enhances the learner experience. You’ll learn how to import, record, and edit audio. You’ll also learn how to animate Storyline slides, and how to insert videos.

  • Add Voiceover Audio to a Slide
  • Change Slide Audio
  • Edit Slide Audio
  • Add Silence
  • Record Voiceover Audio
  • Control Object Timing
  • Animate an Object
  • Control Animation Options
  • Insert Video
  • Delay Object Start Times
  • Trim Video
  • Animate a Video
  • Add a Slide Transition

Module 8: Quizzes

Storyline includes a wonderful array of Quiz Slides including Multiple Choice, True/False, Matching, Fill-in-the-blank, Pick One or Many, and even Drag and Drop. During this module, you’ll get a chance to add a quiz and a few questions.

  • Insert a Multiple Choice Slide
  • Insert a Matching Drag-and-Drop Slide
  • Insert a Freeform Drag and Drop Quiz Slide
  • Insert a Quiz Result Slide

Module 9: Recording and Publishing

You can use Storyline to create the videos of just about anything you can do on your computer. Storyline captures multiple versions during the recording process including interactive simulations and videos. During this module, you’ll capture a video and insert it into an existing Storyline project. You’ll also learn how to publish your finished eLearning project for the widest possible audience.

  • Rehearse a Script
  • Record a Video
  • Edit Player Properties
  • Reorder Slides and Edit Triggers
  • Publish Course Content

Our goal is to make sure your class meets your objectives, not ours. Therefore, all of our outlines are treated as guides to help steer the workshop. This outline does not guarantee that all the topics listed will be covered in the time allowed. The amount of material covered is based on the skill level of the student audience. We may change or alter course topics to best suit the classroom situation.

 

Locations

We have training centers in Atlanta, Houston, Chicago, Denver, San Diego and Washington DC. We also have the option of live instructor lead online offerings for our courses. Our network of rental facilities is also an option for most of our high demand classes. If coming to a rental facility, please double-check the location of your class with our office to make sure you get to the right location.

As an option for customers needing completely customizable training we offer private onsite training and Individual instructor consulting sessions. To inquire about custom training please fill out our private training request form.

 



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