5 Examples That Show You What’s Possible with Rise

We hope you’ve heard the big news about Articulate 360, our new subscription offering that simplifies every aspect of course development. One of the cool new apps in Articulate 360 is Rise, a web-based, fully responsive authoring app that makes it a cinch to create beautiful e-learning that’ll look perfect on any device.

Rise includes a variety of prebuilt lesson types you can choose from to engage your learners, including interactions, multimedia, and quizzes. You can also create custom lessons using blocks. We love blocks lessons because they allow you to mix and match different components to create an uber-custom experience for your learners.

One of the best ways to learn more about Rise is to see it in action. That’s why we’ve rounded up these four examples of courses created with Rise. We encourage you to check these out on your phone and tablet, so you can see how beautiful they look no matter what device you’re using.

  • This coffee-themed example by Phil Mayor incorporates images, text, interactive maps, and more into an engaging, elegant course. Phil created this course in just a few hours—it’s so easy to do when you have Rise!
  • See how simple it is to use different kinds of media to tell a rich story in All About Eichlers by Peter Anderson.
  • Explore this customer service example by Trina Rimmer to see how you can use the lessons in Rise to chunk information into easily digestible nuggets.
  • Can you outsmart the kidnappers in this game by David Fair? It’s a great example of applying game dynamics to capture learners’ attention.

Want to learn more? Check out this video to get a peek at the Rise authoring experience, and watch this video to learn more about blocks. Then get a free, 60-day trial of Articulate 360 to take Rise for a spin yourself!

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Kelly Meeker
Baptiste Recoules
Zane Anderson
Baptiste Recoules
Kelly Meeker
Diana Derval
Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Diana, Glad that Rise will help you out with your course development! The subscription model does mean that we're pushing out updates, features and fixes on a regular basis so although a notes feature isn't included in Rise today it's certainly a great concept for our team to investigate further! We love to see those ideas here in ELH and also you're welcome to submit them as a feature request here (https://articulate.com/support/contact/feature-request). I'd love to know a bit more about what you're looking to see with this feature - would the notes be just for the user, or something reported to the LMS? Are they accessible only while in the course, or would you want a way for users to export or print them out? Let us know if you need anything else as you work through Rise an... Expand

Kelly Meeker