Demos of Various Types of Projects Built with Articulate Studio

 


 

There are three main products in the Articulate Studio:

NC Driver's License Renewal Course (Includes all three components)

SCORM and AICC Compliance

The output for these products is a Flash (swf) file.


Engage

Engage allows you to quickly develop a variety of different types of interactions. Click any of the following links to view samples of the various interactions that are available.

Process (Creating Software Simulations in ToolBook)

The Process interaction allows users to discover the steps of a linear process. Use the Process interaction to:

  • Illustrate the steps of a process

  • Walk users through a series of related items

  • Explain a workflow or procedure

 Process (ShareFile: Downloading a File)


Labeled Graphic (Parts of the ToolBook Main Window)

The Labeled Graphic interaction allows users to identify the key elements of an image. Use the Labeled Graphic interaction to:

  • Highlight details of a photo

  • Call out relevant parts of a graphic

  • Explain features of a software screenshot

Labeled Graphic (ShareFile Home Page)


Tabs (Categories in the ToolBook Catalog)

The Tabs interaction allows users to explore a group of related items. Use the Tabs interaction to:

  • Walk through a list of related concepts

  • Identify members of a group

  • Compare the differences among several objects

Tabs (ShareFile: Types of Users)


Guided Image (Setting up an Action Sequence in the Actions Editor)

The Guided Image interaction allows users to examine important parts of an image or diagram. Use the Guided Image interaction to:

  • Explain significant parts of a graphic in a step-by-step manner

Guided Image (ShareFile Home Page Review)


FAQ (New Features in ToolBook 10.5)

This is a simple FAQ interaction that includes questions and answers to some frequently asked questions about the latest version of ToolBook. Use the FAQ interaction to:

  • Answer commonly asked questions

  • Let users search for solutions to problems

  • Review subject matter in a "Q&A" format

FAQ (ShareFile)


Media Tour (Images from the Greek Isles)

 Use the Media Tour interaction to:

  • Walk through screenshots of a software application

  • Create a multimedia tour from photographs and videos

  • Provide a "how-to" manual from a series of images


Glossary (Glossary of ToolBook Terms)

The Glossary interaction allows users to reveal the definitions of words, terms and phrases. Use the Glossary interaction to:

  • Define commonly used terms

  • Explain the meaning of technical acronyms

  • Provide understanding of cultural phrases


Circle Diagram (ADDIE Model)

The Circle Diagram interaction allows users to examine the relationship of items in a circular hierarchy.

Use the Circle Diagram interaction to:

  • Show related items within a hierarchy

  • Organize concepts into segments and layers

  • Graphically depict a philosophy or approach


Timeline (The ADDIE Model for Instructional Design)

The Timeline interaction allows users to discover the events of a timeline.

Use the Timeline interaction to:

  • Step through a series of periods and events

  • Guide users though a continuum

  • Highlight key milestones in a schedule


Flipbook (Samsung Galaxy Note II)

The Flipbook interaction allows users to step through a series of related content pages in the metaphor of a book or instruction manual.


FlashCards (iPAD Users Guide)

The Flashcards interaction allows users to reveal additional content associated with a term, phrase, or question.


Stairstep (How a Bill Becomes Law)

The Stairstep interaction allows users to identify the steps in achieving a goal.


Pyramid (A Comparison of eLearning Development Tools)

The Pyramid interaction is normally used to allows users to explore a hierarchical relationship of related concepts. Use the Pyramid to:

  • Show relationships within a hierarchy

  • Compare levels of importance of related concepts

  • Detail steps in a process or methodology

Note: For the audio in the Pyramid module, I used TextAloud to convert the text to audio. This provides a great option if you don't have a good voice or don't want to pay to have the audio recorded.

Source for information above: http://www.articulate.com/products/engage-demos.php


The links here show the Engage Interactions from the North Carolina Driver's License Renewal Course below as standalones outside of Presenter:

The Renewal Process

Traffic Signs Shapes

Traffic Signs Colors

Road Signs Shapes and Colors Review

License Renewal FAQs


The links here show the Engage Interactions that are embedded into a Basics of Chemistry Course built in Storyline. If you want to see that course, email me.

History of Nuclear Science

Review of Periodic Table

Review of Carbohydrates, Lipids, and Proteins


Presenter

Presenter allows you to quickly transform PowerPoint slideshows into interactive Flash content.

The first example here is a simple PowerPoint slideshow that had some animated text and audio. Some text was set up to animate using the various PowerPoint options by 1st paragraph. Using the Articulate Presenter add-on, the audio was synchronized with the animations. Likewise, several different Annotations were added including Arrows, Rectangles, and Spotlights. The published product is set up to be displayed using one of the Player Templates. The product could be set up to be deployed as a SCORM module for LMS deployment.

Note: For the audio, I used TextAloud to convert the text to audio. This provides a great option if you don't have a good voice or don't want to pay to have the audio recorded.

Overview of SPSS

This short presentation shows how the Engage products from above can be organized into one presentation. The presentation also includes a Learning Game created with Presenter.

Basics of ToolBook

A standalone Learning Game

Chemistry Learning Game


NC Driver's License Renewal Course

Back Story:

The inspiration for this sample course stemmed from the need I had to review the requirements for a Driver's License Renewal in the state of North Carolina. A first look at the Department of Motor Vehicles website was a bit overwhelming with all the information that was there. All I wanted to know was what I needed to study up on to be able to go into a local office and get my renewal. My thoughts were that if I had to dig into all the information and get to what I needed (mainly a Road Signs test), then I might as well spend my time wisely and create a small sample course with only the necessary information myself or anyone else would need.

This was a perfect opportunity to use the ADDIE model.

Analysis: My first task was fairly simple, the need was basically to get prepared to take the Road Sign test. I wanted to not only present the information in an interactive eLearning format but also provide self-assessments.

Design: At that point, I designed and storyboarded the content with a focus on presenting the information related to what I had to do to get the renewal and presenting the information about Road Signs. Added to this was designing and storyboarding several self-assessments.

Development: Next, and most importantly was to develop the materials and the Articulate Studio with it's three components (Presenter, Engage, and Quizmaker) was a perfect solution with the use of Presenter as the "host" for several Engage Interactions and Quizmaker quizzes.

Implementation: Next, I decided just to put the 3 modules that were developed up on one of my websites and then I just created the three links provided below.

Evaluation: The results of the Evaluation phase and the measure of the effectiveness of the modules will depend upon how I feel I am learning what I need to know and making the needed quiz scores and ultimately whether I pass the Road Signs test or not.

All three modules are built and published using Presenter. The first module has several normal PowerPoint slides with Learning control of navigation. The module also contains 5 Engage Interactions and one Quizmaker quiz made up of Practice Questions. The second module built also in Presenter contains a Quizmaker quiz of 20 randomly presented questions. The third module built also in Presenter contains a Quizmaker quiz with 40 questions pulled randomly from 2 Question Banks that contain a total of 30 questions each.

North Carolina Driver's License Renewal Process

North Carolina Shapes and Colors Road Sign Quiz

North Carolina General Road Signs Quiz


Quizmaker

Quizmaker allows you to create quizzes and exams that are SCORM compliant.

ToolBook Quiz

The following links display the two scored quizzes from the NC Driver's License Renewal Course above and show the quizzes as standalones outside of Presenter. The first one is 20 questions randomly displayed while the second one is 40 questions from 2 Question Banks of 30 questions each.

North Carolina Shapes and Colors Road Sign Quiz

North Carolina General Road Signs Quiz

This link displays the non-scored/unlimited number of attempts practice questions from the NC Driver's License Renewal Course above.

Road Signs Practice Questions

A short Pre-test for a Basics of Chemistry Course

Chemistry Pre-Test


SCORM and AICC Compliance

Articulate Studio (Engage, Presenter, and Quizmaker) publishes SCORM- and AICC-compliant content, so it works seamlessly with your learning management system (LMS).

Click here to learn how to download, set up, and use the SCORM Test Suite to test Storyline SCORM content.

If you don't have access to an LMS, check out the SCORM Cloud.

Click the links below for a few examples of modules delivered via the SCORM Cloud. While testing each of these, pay close attention to the Completion and Satisfaction statuses when you stop and resume while in the middle of a module as well as when you pass or fail the Assessment.

Engage Interaction

Presenter Module

Quizmaker Quiz

 

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