Articulate Storyline has been described as ‘PowerPoint on steroids’ with it’s ability to create visually pleasing animations and scenarios.
Storyline has a friendly and very usable interface and if you have ever used PowerPoint (or similar) then you will be able to use Storyline, really.
It has some with great digital assets – e.g. characters and variations of these, can produce ‘interactions’ without you entering a single line of code, has screen recording, and can publish as HTML5 which is perfect for mobile delivery of e-learning.
It’s not cheap, but it is good, and there is a vibrant and helpful community of users that will help you get the most from this best-in-class product 🙂
From the Articulate site:
Articulate Storyline is the industry’s favorite software for creating interactive courses. It’s simple enough for beginners, yet powerful enough for experts. And it lets you create virtually any interaction you can imagine, in minutes. With the new perpetual version of Storyline, you’ll be able to deliver mobile and accessible courses with enhanced interactivity faster.
Stuart and Richard recently discussed how Storyline can set be used within Moodle on our monthly podcast! They highlight some of the benefits, potential drawbacks and alternatives, and share some of their experience working with Moodle and Storyline over many years.
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