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VIDEO: Motion Paths, Storyline 2 & Adjectival Teddy

Motion paths are what? Motion paths are an easy way to define movement patterns in Storyline 2. They may sound complex, but the software does most of the grunt work for you. What you get is a user-friendly way to rapidly develop some impressive animations. They were one of the simple methods I applied to quickly create the Adjectival…

VIDEO: How to Develop a Customised Progress Bar

As I recently promised, I’ve put together a short video to show how to develop a customised progress bar. It’s pretty easy with Articulate’s Storyline 2. What’s in the progress bar video? The video below shows you how to: Create the different states for the bar Create the variables you’ll need to make it work Set the triggers to…

Customised Progress Meter

Creative ways to show learners how much progress they’ve made: that was the E-learning Heroes challenge #60. Storyline Developer recently completed a project to integrate elearning into a university-level maths course. The client asked for the familiar look and feel of their LMS to be replicated as closely as possible. (We did, and the new interactions integrated seamlessly–which was ultimately what they wanted.) Replication…

Heroes challenge: Maths

This week,  the e-Learning Heroes challenged us to find engaging ways of teaching maths concepts. Now this might initially seem unrelated, but my kids love the EJ Spy School books. Recently, we read one of them where the eponymous character has to crack a code to get into the Spy School. Riveting stuff, for the kids anyway. The code…

Kids Get Digital Licence

Today, a who’s who of Australia’s greatest educational and technological brains gathered at King’s School in North Parramatta to launch the eSmart Digital Licence. I went there too, ‘cuz I developed the assessments… and because Mel needed company. Oh yeah, Melissa Doyle—formerly of Mel & Kochie—was the host for the day. The Digital Licence is the latest product from the brilliant minds…