We will be off to a blazing start with 15 hacks shared in the first 15 minutes. It’s like speed dating for your brain.
IMAGE SELECTION HACK
I’ve shared this previously (https://youtu.be/M9DT_vPF0eQ), but if you want to play in class here are some resources:
Note: This is a stock photo from a site used ONLY for demonstration purposes, and cannot be used for any project.
If you have an image editor like Photoshop, or GIMP, installed on your PC, you can use that, but if you need an online editor, we will use https://www.photopea.com/.
PPT LINKS TO WORD HACK
Ive shared this technique previously ( http://businesscriticallearning.com/blog/2015/04/08/a-powerpoint-to-word-hack-shared-at-lscon-2015/), but if you want to experiment, here is the file I will present with at #ATDASCEND.
I shared this tactic a few times before: http://businesscriticallearning.com/blog/2011/03/14/using-madlibs-and-concatenate-for-assessments/
The tactic is still effective, and Storyline has some fantastic tools to kick it up a notch.
Anyone wanting to experiment during the session (or afterwards) can download files here:
Note: All files are in the TBAUG Folder. Storyline files are Storyline 2.
- ImportExample.story file is a Storyline file which you will use to import updates from the Microsoft Word document Import_this.doc (if you haven’t used Storyline’s Translation Export/Import to allow SMEs to directly update documents, it is something to explore)
- TBAUG.story is a “completed” file.
- It will pull one of three equivalent pay verification scenario (4 steps each) from a question bank, putting all the steps in the right order (that’s a Storyline specific hack!)
- To create the file, I used the IMPORT function to update the second scenario set, and Storyline Variables (along with equations) for the third set
- It shows a single-source strategy for remediation slides (which could be core course content)- triggered as a lightbox from “Try Again” feedback
- It also shows an assessment methodology that provides good analytics without scoring users (I have written about this previously)
- The MadLibsExample.xlxs Excel file shows the CONCATENATE function used (as described in the Madlibs post) as well as how simple formulas for financials can adapt one great scenario into an almost limitless amount with little effort
I promised the session would be deep, engaging, and thought provoking. I also expect the presentation will be the BEGINNING of a conversation and your experimentation. Please feel free to comment below to share with peers, reach out for help, etc.