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Creating Instructional Multimedia: Articulate Storyline

Participants will get the most out of this workshop if they already have intermediate familiarity computers. If you are unsure about whether Storyline is the right solution for you needs, we recommend first taking the Creating Instructional Multimedia: Introduction workshop.

Articulate Storyline 360 is available for faculty and staff use in the Teaching Center Media Creation Lab. With Storyline, anyone can create rich, interactive multimedia e-learning modules. You can present animation, video and audio, give quizzes and assessments, and create lessons that branch based on learner input and performance. This workshop will introduce Storyline's capabilities, present examples, and cover basic workflows for getting started.

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
-Reserve time in the Media Creation Lab and know which Teaching Center staff members to contact for assistance
-Create a basic Storyline presentation with two branches and a quiz
-Identify more advanced capabilities of Storyline and know where and how to receive further instruction in their use
-Produce a SCORM package and upload it into Blackboard

*Please note: While it is available for faculty and staff use at the Teaching Center, Articulate Storyline is not offered for home use by Pitt. A free 60-day trial is offered by the publisher on the Windows platform, and participants will get the most out of this workshop if they bring their own Windows laptop with the free trial installed. There are alternative options for Mac users and participants without a laptop. More information about how to download the trial, or how to request a loaner laptop with the trial already installed will be emailed to all registrants prior to the workshop.

Registration for University Center for Teaching and Learning workshops is mandatory. Registering for workshops ensures the distribution of pre-workshop materials and helps maintain the integrity of our attendance records.

If you have any special accommodation needs, please contact us at workshops@teaching.pitt.edu in advance.

Wednesday, October 31 at 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Alumni Hall, B-23
4227 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Creating Instructional Multimedia: Articulate Storyline

Participants will get the most out of this workshop if they already have intermediate familiarity computers. If you are unsure about whether Storyline is the right solution for you needs, we recommend first taking the Creating Instructional Multimedia: Introduction workshop.

Articulate Storyline 360 is available for faculty and staff use in the Teaching Center Media Creation Lab. With Storyline, anyone can create rich, interactive multimedia e-learning modules. You can present animation, video and audio, give quizzes and assessments, and create lessons that branch based on learner input and performance. This workshop will introduce Storyline's capabilities, present examples, and cover basic workflows for getting started.

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
-Reserve time in the Media Creation Lab and know which Teaching Center staff members to contact for assistance
-Create a basic Storyline presentation with two branches and a quiz
-Identify more advanced capabilities of Storyline and know where and how to receive further instruction in their use
-Produce a SCORM package and upload it into Blackboard

*Please note: While it is available for faculty and staff use at the Teaching Center, Articulate Storyline is not offered for home use by Pitt. A free 60-day trial is offered by the publisher on the Windows platform, and participants will get the most out of this workshop if they bring their own Windows laptop with the free trial installed. There are alternative options for Mac users and participants without a laptop. More information about how to download the trial, or how to request a loaner laptop with the trial already installed will be emailed to all registrants prior to the workshop.

Registration for University Center for Teaching and Learning workshops is mandatory. Registering for workshops ensures the distribution of pre-workshop materials and helps maintain the integrity of our attendance records.

If you have any special accommodation needs, please contact us at workshops@teaching.pitt.edu in advance.

Wednesday, October 31 at 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Alumni Hall, B-23
4227 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Topic

Technology

Target Audience

Faculty

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