Workshop: Articulate Storyline for Beginners
Facilitator: Kimberly Valliere
When: Thursday, October 12th, 9am - 4pm CT
Location: Dallas Baptist University North (DBUN)
2805 Dallas Parkway, Suite 450
Plano, TX 75093
Coffee, water and a snack will be provided. You will be on your own for lunch.
Members - $150
Non-Members - $199
Articulate Storyline is one of the most popular eLearning authoring tools and while it is one of the easiest tools to learn, practice makes perfect—especially when someone is leading the way. Join ATD Dallas for a one-day Storyline workshop designed with beginners in mind. We’ll learn a few basic concepts and get our feet wet creating a basic course before the end of the session.
In this session, we’ll cover:
- An overview of the software
- Adding objects to the timeline
- Manipulating objects on the timeline
- Creating basic triggers
- Creating basic branching scenarios
- Creating quiz and results slides
- Publishing the course for the web or an LMS
- Ways to improve your skills
Note: This session is BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and Articulate Storyline (any version) needs to be available on your machine prior to workshop day. A 30-day trial is available from Articulate. Since we will be focused on the features of Storyline, please download Storyline 3. If you already have Articulate 360 installed, that’s ok too, but we will not have much time to discuss the additional tools.
As the session draws near, exercise files will be sent out via email. To facilitate a smooth workshop experience, please make sure these files are available locally on your computer prior to the workshop.
About the Speaker
Kimberly is an Instructional Designer/eLearning Developer for Apexus. She has experience developing eLearning courses in a variety of industries including health care, financial services, and automotive parts training. She has used Articulate Storyline for five years and manages the North Dallas Articulate User Group.
Kimberly has a master’s degree in Human Resource Education and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She is a member of the ATD Dallas chapter executive board along with holding various leadership positions within ATD Dallas.