Free for ISPI SoCal Members
Get Good with Articulate Storyline, with John Morley, ATD San Diego
ISPI SoCal has partnered with ATD San Diego to enable ISPI SoCal members to participate in the series Get Good with Articulate Storyline. Articulate Storyline is our profession’s option of choice for developing online learning support. This open forum is for learning and sharing techniques and insights.
This month: Get Good with Articulate Storyline: AUDIO
Studies have shown that learners are less tolerant with bad audio than they are with bad video. This month we talk about getting that audio right. Despite Storyline having some good audio capabilities, it just can't beat Audacity. Guest presenter Joe Waddington will compare the audio capabilities of Audacity and Storyline, and show how to get the best of both into the ears of your learners
To click along, you will need access to Storyline. If you do not already have access, a free trial is available: https://articulate.com/360/storyline. Once this page opens, scroll toward the bottom.
ISPI SoCal members register for free here at the ISPI SoCal site.
Non-members must register at the ATD San Diego site.
Meet Your Guest Presenter: Joe Waddington
Joe Waddington started his career as a probation officer. He took a training position to take a "break" from the caseload work, and never looked back. He's been in the training world for over 20 years. A geek at heart, he has always tried to be on the leading edge of technology in the workplace.
He has developed eLearning for three different state agencies and leads a community of practice for eLearning developers throughout state government, helping to identify best practices and set development standards.
Meet Your Host: John Morley
John has been combining words, visuals, and sound in video and interactive media for clients and employers including Hitachi Data Systems, Farmers Insurance, Southern California Edison, Kaiser Permanente, and most of the Asian car companies.
Author of the book Scriptwriting for High Impact Video, he has taught at Cal State Northridge, lectured at UCLA, and conducted workshops at a variety of professional organizations and conferences.
An experienced coder, he has developed and managed numerous websites, and developed software used by clients including Saturday Night Live. After five years using Storyline at Genentech, he is now accepting assignments as an independent consultant.