These are the resources for my workshop on April 19, 2022 at the Learning Solutions Conference in Orlando.
Download Twine and install it.
If you’d rather plan and brainstorm with a digital version than on paper, use the Word version of the worksheets for Activities 1 and 2. If you don’t have Word available, try the Google Docs version instead.
See an example of a branching scenario prototype in Twine.
Try another Twine example with conditional feedback.
This chat simulation was built in Twine.
Links from footnotes
- How to Conduct a Lightning-Fast Needs Assessment Clients Will Love
- CCAF Design
- Build Branched E-Learning Scenarios in Three Simple Steps
- Twine Cookbook
- Harlowe Documentation
- A Catalog of Twine Story Formats
- Standard Patterns in Choice-Based Games
- Elearning Art
It may be easier to copy these enchant macros from here than in the workbook.
Formatting (p. 39)
(enchant:?page, (text-color:black)+ (background:(gradient: 157, 0,#EAF0F7,0.7102,#C1D2E7,1,#F8F7FF))+ (font:"Open Sans") )(enchant:?passage, (background:(white)) + (corner-radius:20) + (border:"none", "none", "none", "solid")+ (border-size:120) + (border-color:#6F95C8) )(enchant:?link, (background:#052650) + (border:'solid') + (color:white) + (corner-radius: 12) + (border-color:#F8F7FF) + (border-size:1) + (hover-style: (bg:#3168b0) + (border-color:white)) )
Hide the sidebar (p. 40)
(enchant:?passage, (background:(white)) + (corner-radius:20) + (border:"solid")+ (border-size:3) + (border-color:#6F95C8) ) (hide:?sidebar)
Add an image to a passage (p.38)
<img src="nia_thinking.png" alt="Jeanne with 1 finger pointing up" width=40% style="float:right">
The only critical part of the code above is the src (source) with the file name; the rest is optional.
If you put your images in a folder, the code looks like this:
<img src="images/nia_thinking.png" alt="Jeanne with 1 finger pointing up" width=40% style="float:right">