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Dimitris Boundris

Michael Hinze said:

Sure, you can do that with Storyline. Here is just a very basic example that simulates a small portion of a software. You can create buttons, or hotspots as clickable areas, add text entry boxes, etc. and then provide Correct/Incorrect feedback to guide a learner through a procedure.


Thanks for the answer. In the example you mention, the place to click is given to the trainee. What if I would like to test him on (where do we click in order to find the customer bill) or ("activate a new client")

Michael Hinze

Dimitris Boundris said:

Michael Hinze said:

Sure, you can do that with Storyline. Here is just a very basic example that simulates a small portion of a software. You can create buttons, or hotspots as clickable areas, add text entry boxes, etc. and then provide Correct/Incorrect feedback to guide a learner through a procedure.


Thanks for the answer. In the example you mention, the place to click is given to the trainee. What if I would like to test him on (where do we click in order to find the customer bill) or  ("activate a new client")

You can do that too. For example, if you start with a screen recording of some software, you could insert it in 'Test Mode' which doesn't initially show any hints and let's the learner click wherever they think is correct. See here for some info on the various modes for screen recordings..
Dimitris Boundris

Michael Hinze said:

Dimitris Boundris said:

Michael Hinze said:

Sure, you can do that with Storyline. Here is just a very basic example that simulates a small portion of a software. You can create buttons, or hotspots as clickable areas, add text entry boxes, etc. and then provide Correct/Incorrect feedback to guide a learner through a procedure.


Thanks for the answer. In the example you mention, the place to click is given to the trainee. What if I would like to test him on (where do we click in order to find the customer bill) or  ("activate a new client")


You can do that too. For example, if you start with a screen recording of some software, you could insert it in 'Test Mode' which doesn't initially show any hints and let's the learner click wherever they think is correct. See here for some info on the various modes for screen recordings..


Thanks! We are currently buying Articulate Studio Suite 2013. Do we stiil need Storyline for that?

Michael Hinze

Dimitris Boundris said:

Michael Hinze said:

Dimitris Boundris said:

Michael Hinze said:

Sure, you can do that with Storyline. Here is just a very basic example that simulates a small portion of a software. You can create buttons, or hotspots as clickable areas, add text entry boxes, etc. and then provide Correct/Incorrect feedback to guide a learner through a procedure.


Thanks for the answer. In the example you mention, the place to click is given to the trainee. What if I would like to test him on (where do we click in order to find the customer bill) or ("activate a new client")


You can do that too. For example, if you start with a screen recording of some software, you could insert it in 'Test Mode' which doesn't initially show any hints and let's the learner click wherever they think is correct. See here for some info on the various modes for screen recordings..


Thanks! We are currently buying Articulate Studio Suite 2013. Do we stiil need Storyline for that?

Here
Dimitris Boundris

Michael Hinze said:

Dimitris Boundris said:

Michael Hinze said:

Dimitris Boundris said:

Michael Hinze said:

Sure, you can do that with Storyline. Here is just a very basic example that simulates a small portion of a software. You can create buttons, or hotspots as clickable areas, add text entry boxes, etc. and then provide Correct/Incorrect feedback to guide a learner through a procedure.


Thanks for the answer. In the example you mention, the place to click is given to the trainee. What if I would like to test him on (where do we click in order to find the customer bill) or ("activate a new client")


You can do that too. For example, if you start with a screen recording of some software, you could insert it in 'Test Mode' which doesn't initially show any hints and let's the learner click wherever they think is correct. See here for some info on the various modes for screen recordings..


Thanks! We are currently buying Articulate Studio Suite 2013. Do we stiil need Storyline for that?


Studio wouldn't allow you to do that. Here is a comparison between Storyline and Studio.


Thanks!!!