Software simulations are a powerful tool to have in your course development toolshed. This interaction type gives learners the chance to master new technology without the fear of making a mistake in a live environment. And with an authoring app like Storyline, recording screencasts and inserting them into your course as a step-by-step process is super easy. Here are four software simulations that show you what’s possible:
- This software simulation example by Dan Sweigert introduces learners to different features in a video editing program.
- This download by Jodi Sandstone shows how you can use software simulations to make learners comfortable using a new mobile app.
- This unique download by Jeffrey Riley shows how screen simulations can be used for process interactions.
- This software simulation example by Michael Hinze shows learners how to work in Storyline.
Want to try building your own software simulation, but don’t have Storyline? Download a free 30-day trial of Articulate 360, which includes Storyline 360—the latest version of Storyline with continuously updated new features. We think you’ll love how easy it is to create software sims with Storyline! And come back to E-Learning Heroes regularly for more helpful advice on everything related to e-learning. If you have any questions, please share them in the comments.