Create compelling, user-driven presentations and trainings using the tools available in the Studio '13 suite of applications.
Understand each step in the workflow from start to finish; from the initial sketch to the final publish.
Basic knowledge of PowerPoint will be helpful before enrolling. However, it's not required, as all skills in the course, whether native to Studio '13 or to PowerPoint, will be explained.
Hi, my name is Nate, and I'll be your trainer for this Articulate Studio '13 course. Throughout this course, you'll learn to use the tools available to you in Studio '13 to go beyond mundane, slide-by-slide presentations, and create engaging, user driven experiences. This will make online trainings more enjoyable for viewers, while increasing the likelihood that they'll retain what they're learning. Articulate has done a great job with this software suite. Creating interactive experiences has never before been possible without coding skills and ELearning creation has never been more intuitive. Still, some instruction is required to get the most from this software suite. As a computer trainer, I've taught this same curriculum in live classroom settings, and I always receive some positive feedback -- especially regarding my emphasis on workflow. With so many tools available to you in the Studio '13 suite, it's difficult to know where to start and what to do next. I'll give you a step by step workflow of what I see as the most effective and efficient way to build a presentation from scratch. I'll show you how to download the course exercise files so you can work on presentations right alongside me. In this course you'll learn by doing, not just by watching. We'll create quizzes, interactions, screen recordings, narration, animations and much more. I look forward to instructing you on this powerful eLearning creation software and empowering you to make engaging eLearning presentations and trainings using Articulate Studio '13.
Who this course is for:
This course is crafted with the beginner in mind. The pace and teaching style is considerate of the developing skillsets of the beginner user.
4 sections • 35 lectures • 2h 53m total length
Engage - heighten user engagement with interactions
I am employed as a computer trainer at a private company in Albany, NY called Computer Visions. We train public and private sector workers on a slew of different application types, from office productivity to web and graphic design, and I've been known to design my own training curriculum to meet clients specific learning goals.