Summary: Adapt the Labeled Graphic Engage interaction and combine with a transparent video masterslide to have a video running in your Engage interaction. Difficulty: Quite complex. Even if Articulate Studio ’09 has been around for over 2 and half years, it is always possible to discover newish ideas. This trick combines a number of techniques […]Continue Reading... 9 Comments.
Summary: Harness the power of Acrobat Pro to add 3D to your Articulate presentations Difficulty: Medium You might have heard about the new Nintendo 3DS, and you have no doubt had a glimpse of a 3D image on a 3D TV or a 3D movie at Disneyland, but how about viewing 3D with Articulate? Well […]Continue Reading... 29 Comments.
Summary: Use the zoom tool in Quizmaker to easily add hints to your questions. Difficulty: Easy I got a mail over the weekend asking how to add a hint to a question in Quizmaker ’09 without actually giving the response. The requirements were as follows: “HINT FOR STUDENTS TO HELP STUDENTS ANSWER QUESTIONS IF THEY […]Continue Reading... 10 Comments.
Summary: Update on previous post on how to insert Camtasia Studio 7 movies into Articulate Studio ’09 Pro. Difficulty: Easy Screen capture is one of those features that you might need and find that Articulate Studio cannot help you with. If you haven’t yet checked out Articulate Screenr, then you should, as it offers a […]Continue Reading... 8 Comments.
Tablets, tablets, tablets… So the holidays have come and gone and you might have been lucky enough to receive a tablet. But what is the deal with these tablets and Articulate? I thought I’d check out what was on offer and which were the most Articulate-friendly. The iPad, Apple and Flash When you think of […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
Summary: Use the Presenter ’09 web object to embed your PDFs easily. Difficulty: Easy/Medium The Portable Document Format (PDF) is a useful and popular way to send documentation. The output is clear and not easy to edit. Importing PDFs into PowerPoint is possible but the results are not really satisfactory and do not cope with […]Continue Reading... 20 Comments.
Summary: Moodle is another open source solution with advanced features that can work well with Articulate. Difficulty: Medium Following on from our previous overviews of Efront, Dokeo and Docebo open source Learning Management Systems (LMS), we take a trip to Australia to meet Moodle. The Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment (Moodle) was originally named Martin’s […]Continue Reading... 10 Comments.
Summary: Use the Articulate Web Object to integrate Captivate 5 into Articulate Presenter. Difficulty: Easy One of the unique features of Articulate Presenter is the ability to insert HTML based learning objects into a course. You do that via the Web Object insert feature in the Articulate Presenter menu. It allows you to insert most […]Continue Reading... 45 Comments.
Summary: Use the Articulate Presenter web object to group presentations. Difficulty: Easy/Medium If popularity is to be judged by the number of comments an article has, then the article Create A Menu For Multiple Presentations has to be near the top of the most read posts on the blog. It answers a need that many […]Continue Reading... 21 Comments.
Summary: You can embed Articulate Engage and Quizmaker in other tools such as Captivate 4. Difficulty: Medium Many E-learning designers like to keep two or three tools up their sleeves. I don’t use Captivate but I know there are people who use Captivate with Articulate. We have already looked at adding Captivate content to Articulate […]Continue Reading... 26 Comments.
Getting Out Of The Mould If you had a chance to see Tom Kuhlmann’s demo in one of his recent articles, you’ll notice how he managed to make a regular PowerPoint file look anything but PowerPoint. One way he managed to do that was to remove any signs of the Articulate player. You can customize […]Continue Reading... 36 Comments.