We love using Articulate Storyline and imagine we’re not the only ones. Today we’d like to share one of our Articulate Storyline game templates for FREE! We hope this helps you create awesome Storyline courses.
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(Note: You will be asked to create a Free Account in our Template Library to gain access to all of our free templates.)
Did you know that our eLearning Template Library is loaded with over 20 Articulate Storyline game...
In this short video learn how to create rectangle shaped buttons in Articulate Storyline.
We’ve recently launched 5 new game templates that are natively built in Articulate Storyline. Each template is available to demo and download from our eLearning Template library. As with all our templates, we’ve packed these Storyline game templates with lots of features. Easily change colors, change the number of questions, change timer amounts, modify the scoring totals, and many other things.
Similar to Jeopardy, in this fun game, learners select a Category and Point Value, then answer the question to earn the...
We’ve been doing a lot of work on Articulate Storyline Templates recently. All of our templates can be found in our eLearning Template Library. We launch new templates every other week and subscribers automatically get access. Here are some of the things that we’ve been building and are currently working on:
Our first game built in Storyline is called GameShow. The entire game (graphics, triggers, layers, etc) is built in Storyline making it easy to edit and customize. The game can be loaded into the Template Library within...
Are you looking for some free eLearning templates? Well, we can help with that. Our eLearning Template Library now has a “freebies” category.
Once you create a free user account, you’ll have access to download any free templates that we release. Just visit the Freebies section of the library every so often to see what new templates we’ve released.
Here is a list of the free templates that we currently offer:
Cutout People Images
Cutout People Videos
Reindeer’s Revenge Flash...
Check out our new Articulate Storyline templates!
We’ve built a bunch of Storyline templates to help you create awesome courses. All of the templates are built within Storyline and this allows you to access every element and customize as needed. These Storyline templates work on mobile devices and desktop computers. (Just choose the publish options within Storyline.)
Using the templates is easy because they are integrated into Storyline’s Template Library. You can just click Insert / New Slide and then browse our template...
This is an example eLearning course developed to demonstrate our eLearning Templates in action. Obviously this is a fake course with placeholder content, but hopefully it inspires you as to what you can create with awesome templates. This example is created using Articulate Storyline. (We now offer Storyline Templates too.)
eLearning Products used:
PowerPoint Layout Template
Cutout People Videos
View the example Articulate Storyline...
Have you built a lot of courses in Articulate Presenter? Have you been wondering how easy it is to import those into Articulate’s new Storyline software?
Well…I was assuming that it would work well since they are both developed by the same company but I wanted to give it a “real” test.
Here is what I did:
Open Storyline and chose Import PowerPoint from the main splash page.
I then selected the .pptx file for an Articulate Presenter course that I had previously built.
Then I chose to import all of the...
Are you trying to build a course that works on both desktops and an iPad? Are you curious what course dimensions work best for both?
This is a conversation that I’ve seen popup in various areas lately. Here are some resources I’ve come across.
Project size for Articulate Storyline
Discussion thread about this topic (interesting conversation)
Sample of course dimensions in Storyline (978 grid inside a 988×643 player size)
Files for 978 grid system
Project size for Captivate
Tristan over at InfoSemantics has put together a...
There are many things to think about when creating an eLearning team and creating online training. This posts list 10 DOs and DON’Ts to consider when building your next team and course. It isn’t a complete list but it does cover the main bases. You can also checkout the animated presentation.
Feel free to leave comments on sections that we should add.
1. Old PowerPoint decks kind-of stink
Now-a-days, almost every training course has a PowerPoint (PPT). This PPT is used during class to help the trainer stay on course and to provide...