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Holley Berley

Hi Isobelle,

I've actually used Rise 360 to showcase example interactions.  The SMEs in my organization didn't need to know the specifics of how I set up triggers in Storyline or how I set up different blocks in Rise 360, since they wouldn't be the ones actually putting the content together.  Rather, I showed the end results (showcasing both Rise interactions as well as Storyline-built) and explained the necessary information needed from the SME to create each piece.  I also built a PDF guide that showed the same.  The good thing about both of these options is that you can send the course/PDF to the attendees afterwards so they can reference it.

Holley Berley

Hi Isobelle,

The PDF contains proprietary information, but I've created a mock-up of what I did (see attachment).  I created my "Activity Catalog" in PowerPoint and converted it into a PDF once I had everything the way I wanted it.  Once I did that, I made the links in the Table of Contents interactive (so that they jump to each page when clicked).

note: slide colors and footer are editable in the slide master view.