Do you have an elearning portfolio? Share your work here!

Do you have an elearning portfolio? Share your work here!

Hey gang -

Do you have a web site with examples of your elearning projects? We want to see them!

Please add a link to your personal blog, portfolio page, or a bunch of links showcasing the awesome work you're creating with Articulate software.

If all you have is a single web page with text-based links to projects, add them below. We're trying to find more ways to promote the creative work you do and the first step is to learn what you're working on.

So go ahead and promote your work below!


UPDATE
: We have an elearning challenge going on portfolios. Hop over to the challenge to share your e-learning portfolio!

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steve sim

Simon Perkins said:

Here's my new site: www.e-volv.co.uk ... and some background to how I developed it using Wordpress.

All feedback along with any questions welcome.


wow very slick i see the RiO stuff is very similar to the Cerner materials I had created back in 2007 I am guessing that is training data sets as you would not be allowed to use PID. Nice work indeed well done!

steve sim

Hi All,

well i have been a member here for a while now and it's great to see so many great portfolios and what a place to come and steal some ideas from - thank you all.

I am a IT Trainer by trade and do the odd elearning development on the side so I thought I should create my own portfolio to show you all about me.

Just to add it's created in a mixture of Storyline, Captivate 5.5 to version 8.0 I also use if forced UPK but try most times to use Captivate.

Any comments welcome, oh the music is licenced appropriately along with the images. Note the Volvo project I was just the putter together guy with a touch of ID inspiration on a graphical landing page all the flash and time lapse work is not mine.

Enough rambling on here's my tiny url http://tinyurl.com/muh7sx2

Steve

Simon Perkins

Steve, I just looked through your site and have a couple of pointers:

  1. The link to your CV opens up in the same tab. IMO this would work better in a new tab as your site can then keep open too.
  2. Your Skills layers overlap each other when open.

I see you ride with the Crawley Wheelers. I used to race with the Central Sussex Team so knew some CW riders back in the day

Nick Leffler

Really late to the game for posting my portfolio, but better late than never

Here's a link to my portfolio: http://www.technkl.com/portfolio/

And you can occasionally catch Tweets on Twitter with links to new projects, I use the hashtag #nickleffportfolio when I do post an item.

And even a post on my blog as to what started my portfolio Twitter hashtag and why I do it: http://www.technkl.com/my-personal-portfolio-hashtag-nickleffportfolio/

It's a pretty great way to put yourself out there in a constant stream and promote your work through a uniform stream.

steve sim

Simon Perkins said:

Steve, I just looked through your site and have a couple of pointers:

  1. The link to your CV opens up in the same tab. IMO this would work better in a new tab as your site can then keep open too.
  2. Your Skills layers overlap each other when open.

I see you ride with the Crawley Wheelers. I used to race with the Central Sussex Team so knew some CW riders back in the day


thanks for the feedback im am guessing you are using either IE or Chrome as I noticed this after publishig. It is odd as I have set it to open in new tabs and all works fine in firefox - I used Cap 8 to publish this so need to review the subtle differences between browsers when I get some time.

Great to see another cyclist out there looks like your into MTB now more than a roadie?

John Wagner

Hi all!

I'm new to Articulate. I stalked the Articulate community for months before I decided to buy the Storyline program for our ministry. I have wanted to turn my website into an interactive online learning site for many years. I was actually trying to teach myself various coding languages to do it. However, with this program I now have all the tools at my disposal that I need!

The link to my first course on my web site is http://openbibleministries.com/03hsbapt2.php

I used the Business Circles template to build the course from an article I had on our site. Working through this I learned how to use the triggers, variables and states in combination. As well as how to create light boxes. I see all the creativity on this community sight and find myself browsing for hours! The online help for every conceivable issue and question is phenomenal! I'm an avid user of the screenrs people produce to learn.

Hopefully, as I learn my courses will continue to be more creative.

Stephen Evans

Storyline demo: www.hithut.co.uk/demo3

http://hithutmedia.com/

stephen@hithut.co.uk

Providing digital assets for Sony, Namco, Universal, Warner Brothers, Marvel, DC Comics, Audi, Chillingo, VEEMEE, Tiger Games, Chunk and the BBC, we are currently engaged in producing e-Learning courses for one of the leading heavy truck and engine manufacturers in the world.

We can work with your Subject Matter Experts to develop engaging and valuable e-Learning courses.

We have e-Learning and media expertise in:

• Rapid Development Tools
• LMS and SCORM
• Online and blended learning
• Course and interaction design
• Mobile delivery
• Accessibility
• Lectora
• Storyline
• Captivate
• Articulate
• HTML5
• AAA computer game sound design and media production
• Authorware conversion

John Wagner

I'm getting really excited about what I can do with Storyline! I've just finished my second course. In the first one I used the photographic characters. In this one I used the illustrated characters. I believe I have the states, triggers, and variables down pretty good now. In this course I wanted to take our frequently asked questions page and create interactions using dialogue to answer them. I think it turned out pretty good. I would appreciate your feedback. Here's the link to the published course: http://openbibleministries.com/03hsbapt3.php.

InnerAct Studio

I have a short 4 minute demo made in Storyline 1 at www.inneractstudio.com/oqdemo/story.html

and my portfolio can be found at www.inneractstudio.com.

Thank you for this opportunity to share, and for inviting discussion. I welcome all comments and criticisms with an open mind. I can be contacted here or at admin@inneractstudio.com. My current availability is for short projects or charity/pro bono. Please contact me and I would be happy to submit a proposal.

Sinchu Raj

Dear Friends,

We are sharing here a course developed using Storyline with distinct approach used from instructional design, visual design and navigational aspects considering learners focus on multi-device. We have customised the interface look and feel, navigational features, interactions, and using photos & backgrounds to create real scenarios effectively. Please see a short note on the course to understand what learner can expect and approach taken. We are also happy to hear feedback.

Course Link 1  

 

What learner can expect: Explore the different audio strategies available for use and be able to select the strategy that is most relevant to a an eLearning/mLearning.

Approach: Branched scenarios are used to present different viewpoints or perspectives learners will have when defining right audio strategy for an eLearning. These scenarios allow learners to interact with the content, make choices and take one learning path versus the other. Also include appropriate and descriptive feedback on the decisions taken on each scenario checkpoint.

 

Course Link 2 

 

What learner can expect: Understand the key components of a storyboarding process by instructional designers, the tips and guidelines for creating an effective storyboard

 

Approach: A Story based approach or storytorial approach is used to engage learners with the content.

1.     Focus is to grab and retains learner attention throughout the course.

2.     Make learning fun and interactive in the process

3.     Have high retention of the concepts covered in the course (the logic being, you will always remember a good story)

 

Can anyone help me how to upload this course in below link, we are keen to see Storyline usage of customers.

https://www.articulate.com/products/storyline-showcase.php