Articulate Storyline – a few things I want to remember

This is another brain dump post – but as I thought it could be useful to Articulate Storyline users, I’m going to make it public. A few things I want to remember: If you want to allow people to skip sides and are using formative assessment with feedback and aren’t fussed about the grade – but still want to track completion in a Moodle, create a results slide then delete all the display options (grade,…

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Sweet 16 or so things I need to remember about Articulate Storyline

Another messy blog post that’s all about things I want/need to remember… 1) It caches like STEEL TRAP. If you make changes, you need to click Preview to see them. Just changing, saving and hitting play will not always show your new edits.2) To bring in bullet points one by one, you need to choose an animation type in the animation tab – then select – by first level paragraph.3) Video embedded in the slides…

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Customising Articulate Storyline’s LMS Goodbye message

I’m on a steep learning curve with a new piece of software (Articulate Storyline) and writing tutorials about another piece of software that I’m not offay with. Not a comfortable place to be but the challenge is pushing me and being uncomfortable is okay now and again. It’s when I end up learning the most. I’ve learned that Moodle doesn’t handle SCORM comfortably – no matter what the SCORM package, whether it opens in the…

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