More Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices
The stuff you wish you had been doing all along
Get good with Articulate Storyline, our profession’s option of choice for developing online learning support. This open forum is for learning and sharing techniques and insights.
Talking shop and watching how others do things is one of the best ways to learn. An even better way is to ask questions and make comments while watching. This is how your best practices are developed and evolve, and is what we will be doing in this month's workshop. Topics will be wide ranging, and include content that there was not enough time for in earlier workshops, and will specifically include the text-to-speech feature, and how use Replay 360 with Storyline to create videos.
John and Kevin will be comparing and contrasting how they get things done, and you are welcome to challenge and question their suggestions, and share your own ideas on how to get the best out of Storyline.
Click Along with a Free Storyline Trial
To click along, you will need access to Storyline. If you do not already have access, a free trial is available: https://articulate.com/360/storyline.
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Meet Your Facilitator:
John Morley has been combining words, visuals, and sound in video and interactive media for clients and employers including Hitachi Data Systems, Farmers Insurance, Southern California Edison, Kaiser Permanente, and most of the Asian car companies.
Author of the book Scriptwriting for High Impact videos, he has taught at Cal State Northridge, lectured at UCLA, and conducted workshops at a variety of professional organizations and conferences.
An experienced coder, he has developed and managed numerous websites, and developed software used by clients including Saturday Night Live. After five years using Storyline at Genentech, he is now accepting assignments as an independent consultant.
Guest Presenter: Kevin Jorgensen
Kevin is the Senior L&D Manager with HCL America, Inc. where he leads the design and development of hard and soft skills training programs. He also teaches Instructional Design and Emerging Technologies in Education at San Diego State University.
And Get Credit for it Too
ATD San Diego Chapter has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer educational programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. This program qualifies for a maximum of 1 point.
Developing Professional Capability
Note to registrants: This webinar may be recorded for chapter marketing purposes.