When you build a branching scenario in Storyline, should you use layers or new slides to show responses and build the structure?
To estimate the time to create branching scenarios, consider the size, complexity, multimedia, programming, and tools.
These are my highlights and key points from week 2 of the the Learning Solutions Digital Experience (LSDX) 2021.
This Storyline interaction simulates a series of text messages where you choose from three response options. Each response is assigned a score, which determines the final feedback message.
The links and resources in this post include learning science, patterns and tips for branching scenarios, visual design principles, and some free resources.
The links and resources in this post include collections of research, specific research on retrieval practice, an overview of learning theories, H5P’s new branching scenario option, and a widget for changing the colors in the Storyline modern player.
When I build branching scenarios, I prefer to build a single path first. Then, I can go back and fill in the rest of the decisions later.
This is how I built a simulated phone conversation in Articulate Storyline as part of a branching scenario.
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