New to Articulate, anyone have an example to share?

Hi.  I'm just getting on boarded with Articulate as part of an interview I'm going through.  The company would like for me to create an e learning course for new hire employees to learn the steps a customer goes through from landing on the site to just before entering the CC/billing info.  A purchasing experience.

I've been reading articles on the site, watched a couple demos and have signed up for some webinars next week.   

I'm an example based learner so was looking to see if anyone would have a course they created with very similar criteria ... to spark my creativity.   

I've already started to create a story/roadmap using this article and definitely open to reading more or suggestions on the best approach.  https://community.articulate.com/e-learning-examples/storyline-2-gagne-s-9-events-of-instruction/

Also any recommendations on whether to use Rise, Storyline, Studio?

Thanks!

Brian

 

 

4 Replies
Kelly Meeker

Hi Brian! I'm sure folks will chime in with other suggestions, but I wanted to share some process interaction examples that you might find helpful: 

Water Treatment Process Interaction 
E-Learning Heroes 101 (this is a great example of intro-ing folks to new software)
Gamified New Hire Orientation

All of these were created with Storyline, but Rise is also a great tool for creating step by step intros! Check out these Rise examples to see what I mean: 

The Story of Coffee
Home Depot Onboarding

Also, here's a roundup of useful resources for getting started with Articulate 360: https://community.articulate.com/articles/getting-started-with-articulate-360

Daniel Brigham

Hi, Brian: Here's another list of example to spark something: https://community.articulate.com/e-learning-examples

As far as the tool is concerned...if you don't have a lot of time, perhaps develop something in Rise. Limited interactions and tweakability, but that's good when you don't have a lot of time. 

If you have more time, I'd choose Storyline 360 and use one of their many cool looking templates in the content library. With one of those templates and judicious use of the characters sets in Storyline, you should be off to a good start.

Best of luck, and let us know how it goes. Welcome.