This programme is an introduction to Articulate Storyline 360 and provides the participants with everything they need to get started with developing their own eLearning content. This course is very practical, and participants will develop a short eLearning module from start to finish for assessment.
Note: this course does not cover best practice for designing engaging eLearning as this content is delivered on the TAP eLearning Design course.
What's included in the course?
  • Each participant will develop an eLearning module project from start to finish to enable participants to quickly pick up the basic skills and apply them back in their workplace
  • Hands on workshop with tutor support and feedback
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No previous experience is required although a working knowledge of PowerPoint would be an advantage.
Participants must have Articulate Storyline 360 (licensed or trial version) installed on their machines prior to attending this course.
Who is the course for?
This course is ideal for L&D professionals with classroom training experience, subject matter experts, or anyone who needs to gain practical experience in developing eLearning self-study modules in Articulate Storyline 360.
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Assessment information

The learning outcomes for this course include:
  • Applying branding to a template
  • Adding content
  • Working with animation effects and timing
  • Adding media elements
  • Using triggers and layers to build interactive slides
  • Creating interactive IT simulations
  • Adding quiz slides
  • Building branching scenarios
  • Publishing projects
Assessment information
Participants will produce an eLearning module from a given storyboard assessed against the TAP Articulate Storyline Assessment Criteria.
Supportive feedback from the tutor will be given to help each participant with achieving this.
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Session details

On day one, we cover:
Creating your interface design
  • Overview of the tools/features in Articulate Storyline 360
  • Set up your branding template
Adding content
  • Adding characters, shapes, images
  • Adding animation and using the timeline
  • Inserting audio and video elements
Creating interactive slides
  • Working with different inbuilt templates
  • Adding hotspots, buttons, layers, triggers
On day two, we cover:
  • Creating branching scenarios
IT simulations
  • Recording ‘how to’ videos
  • Creating interactive IT simulations
Quizzes and assessments
  • Inserting quiz questions
  • Creating a drag and drop activity
  • Publishing your project
  • Assessment sign off for Certification
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