New Course Share - JMP Welcome Kit Learning Roadmap

Hey Guys- Just finished one of the more agressive HTML5 Storyline 2 projects yet. The goal was to create a gamified fun visual tracking alternative to the menu system to track a learner's progress on 2 levels.  There's sub menu that tracks progress of each of the 11 sections and the main roadmap has checks with a numeric and visual progress meter (we used states heavily).  I've built in a variable system including 100+ triggers on a single object to reset a full competition in case data loss. That show-layer triggered icon is located on the lower left as a "lock" that allows learners to enter competition codes in case they switch machines or browsers.  I use javascript (from triggers) in a couple places to render and print slides for the roadmap tracker and final certificate, excluding the menu items graphic parts.  The Data Viz software that I'm teaching (JMP pronounced "JUMP") has cool visualization interactive HTML5 tool to predict future data called the Profiler, I was very excited to use that as a web object in an activity.  I've also included a link upon completion for you to receive a community game badge that's attached to your community profile to score some creds with other colleagues.  

JMP New User Welcome Kit - Ryan DeWitt

4+ months went by quickly to design the web SL2 application, write the narration scripts, produce software sim & animation, screen recordings and voice-over for the 36 videos and 30 learning activities. 

We love and respect this SL community so much so please let me know what you think, we would love to keep improving it :] 

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Ryan DeWitt

...and users are not using this on an iPad because the activities require an accompanying Mac or PC, we choose HTML5 platform to move away from Flash. However, I'm now finding firefox compatibility issues with downloading video, so we offer both. 

I recommend using this on a desktop with solid wifi.  

Michael Hinze
Ryan DeWitt

thanks. with Less video/audio and a newer iPad the framework would behave quite well on iPad.  

I'm sure it would.  I just finished a project with audio & video elements, which 'broke' consistently in HTML5 on mobile devices. Very frustrating (and embarassing) for me as a developer.