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Eric Nalian

Hey Johnathan

They do get better!

To get myself away from the 'Bulletpoint Blues' i try to challenge myself to come up with at least 1 new way of displaying information for every project.

This year, for just about all of the courses that I have made, the look/feel was pretty much the same - I used a 'room' with a character standing in it with either speech bubbles or text boxes highlighting information.  With each course, I try to add something special, something that says 'This course is not like all the other courses' and I have done that for each course I have created in Storyline so far.  It is a tremendous challenge.

The reason I do this is because - we require our learners to go through certain curricula and to take a certain amount of courses per year (20-40 hours depending on position and exempt/non-exempt status).  If they are being forced to sit through a bunch of courses, I want to make sure the courses that they are sitting through are the best possible courses I can make, while not keeping them all looking repetitive and boring.

-Eric

Geert De Rycke

Hi All,

I'm trying to develop my course like Wiki's.

Very short scenes, which can either be viewed individually or viewed in a very large training course in which the user can jump from one scene to the next. I keep track with the help of some variables which scenes in the large course have already been done, partially done or not done at all.

Geert