Dana Wardlaw replied to the discussion Can't click onto the Next Section Rise course on mobile phone
"We're experiencing this trouble with a Rise course we're working on right now. It's a training for EMS practitioners, so mobile responsiv..."
- 9 months ago12/21/20 at 3:26 pm (UTC)
"Thanks Alyssa. My client has a subscription and I followed those directions. Do you have any other suggestions? Thank you, Dana"
- 1 year ago08/05/20 at 6:15 pm (UTC)
Dana Wardlaw started a new discussion Problem sharing a course with the client
"Hello, I followed the directions from the article below to share a Rise course (comprised of several files) with a client and the client ..."
- 1 year ago08/05/20 at 1:46 pm (UTC)
Dana Wardlaw started a new discussion Unwanted white bars on the sides of my Storyline block
"Hi all, Does anyone have any suggestions for removing the white bars on both sides of this Storyline block that I brought into my Rise tr..."
- 1 year ago07/06/20 at 8:14 pm (UTC)
"I concur... very much wishing I could add images to the sorting activity for a current project. "
- over 1 year ago04/08/20 at 12:54 pm (UTC)
Dana Wardlaw started a new discussion Rise with Storyline blocks: Difficult from the perspective of course cohesion and/or long-term maintenance?
"Hi all, I recently suggested that my team consider using Rise with Storyline blocks, as needed, for an online course project. One of our..."
- over 2 years ago04/25/19 at 1:10 pm (UTC)
"Thanks for sharing your thoughts. A little more info... the new scenarios will likely involve different characters/situations, making it ..."
- over 2 years ago04/11/19 at 11:37 am (UTC)
Dana Wardlaw started a new discussion Videos and illustrations for scenarios?
"Hi all, I'm in the planning phase for a course that will need to make use of existing video scenarios but also add some new non-video sc..."
- over 2 years ago04/10/19 at 9:04 pm (UTC)
Dana Wardlaw started a new discussion Participant journaling/note-taking?
"Is there a way to allow learners to take notes within a Rise course that they could then save and/or print? Thanks, Dana"
- over 2 years ago03/13/19 at 8:03 pm (UTC)
"Thanks for the info Ned, much appreciated!"
- over 2 years ago03/13/19 at 5:49 pm (UTC)