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Abir @Articulate network

Thanks all for your input. Will keep you in the loop

@Nick Russell: Big thanks for your screen recording and for sharing your knowledge. Cheers !

@Bruce: Yes, the users won't probably have access to internet, yet I'm realizing that this is somewhat a handicap. Will see..

For instance, I was asked if it is possible to integrate ANKI (flashcards - a memorization system) into my Storyline project !!


Bruce Graham

Hi Abir.

Anki looks interesting - the best thing to do is just try it and see if it works I guess.

If the web technology is not available, could you suggest to users that they use something else, for example - if they have a smartphone, a number of them have built-in Voice Recorders. With clear explanation of the requirement beforehand, those could perhaps be used as they way they record/listen?

Gayla Keesee

The voice recording options seem to work for flash-based output. What about for mobile devices?  

I'm wanting to get away from the simple say, listen, repeat option. What I'd like to do is have the learners essentially participate in parts of the conversation. In other words, instead of choosing a written text option, they would have to say/pronounce the option. I'd like for them to be able to send the recording to their instructor for feedback.