This was my first time experimenting with Articulate Storyline in Instructional Design. When I got started in eLearning development back in 2011, I primarily worked with Oracle’s User Productivity Kit (UPK) to create interactive software simulations and assessments. As UPK was phased out, I moved into Adobe Captivate as my primary tool for eLearning development from 2016-2017. By 2018, however, I had transitioned to Articulate Storyline and Rise. I’ve found Rise 360 to be incredibly user-friendly, intuitive, and delightful to use. I’ve enjoyed the experience of authoring courses in Articulate Storyline and Rise. Feel free to contact me if you’d like assistance with your next eLearning development project!
Platform: Articulate Storyline
Audience: Young girls ages 7 to 13 years
I chose to reimagine an older curriculum I had developed for a class on using Java to create Minecraft mods. My vision is that eLearning software would allow parents to teach their children to code from the comfort of their own homes, and the children would be intrinsically motivated to learn because they want to modify their favorite video game, Minecraft.