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How to Create Custom Drop-down Interactivity in Articulate Storyline 360?

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When we are handy with any of the eLearning authoring tools, the next step we think is customization – to make the most use of it. In one of our eLearning projects, there seems to be Custom drop down interactivity need to be inserted. But there is no direct option available in Articulate Storyline 360. Therefore, with our skillful experts we came up with building drop-down navigation interactivity by using layers, triggers and states. Without using a single variable, we have developed drop-down menu interactivity.

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How to add a Course Timer in Articulate Storyline 3 or 360

How add a Course Timer in Articulate Storyline 3 or 360

Articulate Storyline has been a favorite authoring tool for many eLearning developers/ companies. Articulate Storyline is known for its simplicity and lesser learning curve to get the job done fast and easy. But just as any comfort comes with a cost, not every requirement can be implemented with the options available in Storyline by default, which forces us to make some compromises.
Though the latest release of Articulate Storyline 360 or 3 came with a bunch of new features, there are still a few that are not available natively. One of them is a Course timer, which allows learners to view the time they have spent in a particular course. Other eLearning authoring tools like Adobe Captivate or Lectora Inspire offer this functionality by default. This feature can still be achieved using some smart work-around.

In this blog we will see how to add a Custom Course Timer in Articulate Storyline 3 or 360. Read more

Articulate Storyline 3 First Look: What’s New and What’s Improved?

Articulate Storyline 3 First Look What's New and What's Improved

Articulate Storyline 3, the much anticipated version of Storyline 2, eLearning authoring software, has been released with new features and enhancements. Unlike Articulate 360 (Storyline 360), a cloud-based annual subscription service, Articulate Storyline 3 comes as a perpetual version – a standalone authoring tool. With the multi-device learning gaining momentum, Articulate has focused on responsive eLearning powered with enhanced interactivity bringing productivity in custom eLearning content development for training needs. Read more

Lectora ReviewLink: Enhance eLearning Course Review

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Lectora ReviewLink – a web based application from Trivantis to streamline the eLearning course review cycle. It simplifies and helps you speedup course approvals and sign-offs from client.

Managing course review has never been an easy job. A typical course review includes defining the bug, reporting and assigning for fixing, regression (checking whether the bug is fixed or not), comment submission for unfixed bugs, review feedback, etc. If there are multiple reviewers, then the process will become complex and difficult to manage.

ReviewLInk, an online eLearning review and collaborative tool, simplifies eLearning course review process. All you need to do is – Publish your course into Lectora ReviewLink from eLearning authoring tools such as Lectora Inspire or Lectora Online and manage your review process effectively. Read more

Elearning for All Devices – Free Articulate Rise Responsive eLearning Sample Course

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In this multi-device world, no one wants to spend hours on lengthy eLearning courses sticking to desktops. And this throws a challenge for eLearning developers to design responsive eLearning that is compatible with every device. And this is where Articulate Rise by Articulate comes into play. Wondering what Articulate Rise is capable of? Check out our Responsive eLearning course sample on “Effective Email Writing” which has been created using Articulate Rise at the end of this blog.

Now let’s have a brief look at the key features of Articulate Rise for a better understanding.

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Creating Engaging eLearning is Now Amazingly Simple

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We, at Swift, started a concept of filling the gap between the Instructional Designers and eLearning Developers to make the learning content more interactive. After spending a decade in eLearning Industry, we’ve come across many challenges. And the most pressing challenge was that the client wanted the content to be interactive, however, sometimes our ID team ran out of new ideas.

To address this, we started creating a library based on the experience of our Instructional Designers and also gathered insights from various eLearning experts. Read more