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Articulate 360 is our all-inclusive subscription with everything e-learning developers need for course creation, including award-winning authoring apps Storyline 360 and Rise. We’ve added 40+ features to these two apps in the past year. There are new accessibility features and workflow enhancements in Storyline 360 in Rise, including the Storyline block, which lets you put custom interactions built in Storyline directly into your Rise courses. Our What’s New page has details on all the features we’ve added since launch.

We’ve collected several examples from Articulate 360 subscribers in the E-Learning Heroes community that show off some of the new goodness in our authoring apps. Take a look:

  1. In this example, Stephanie Harnett uses the random number variable in Storyline 360 to deliver helpful instructional design tips. (Psst, Articulate 360 subscribers! It’s available for download.)
  2. This Rise course about Black History Month by Brandon Borden features the new matching question type in Rise.
  3. In this interaction, Ridvan Saglam uses tables in Storyline 360 to lay out information about life expectancy for people in different cities.
  4. Laura Lowden displays important data with a Storyline block in her award-winning Rise course.
  5. Samuel Apata uses the random number variable in Storyline 360 to build a fun game.
  6. In this quick module, Tom Kuhlmann demonstrates the text-to-speech voices in Storyline 360.
  7. This example by Allison LaMotte includes a whole slew of new features in Rise, such as sidebar visibility options and enhanced quiz feedback.

Want to try something you see in these examples, but don’t have Articulate 360? Start a free 30-day trial, and come back to E-Learning Heroes regularly for more helpful advice on everything related to e-learning. If you have any questions, please share them in the comments.

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