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From PowerPoint to Online
Multimedia Resources with
Articulate Studio
James Little, SDDU
Welcome!
• 3 hours (including a 15 minute break)
• Mixture of demonstrations, discussions and
hands on experience
• Taking...
Overview
• Welcome Activities
• Introducing Articulate Studio – An Overview
• Types of Online Content
(in the context of u...
Session Aims
1. Enable you to understand and experience the
possibilities of PowerPoint and Articulate
Studio
2. Enable go...
Session Aims
• A space for you to:
– Be creative!
– Get hands-on experience
– Discuss
Session Outcomes
• Demonstrate and hands on use of Articulate
tools – specifically:
– Use of Articulate to record and impo...
Session Outcomes
• An understanding of sourcing good content
and consideration of legal issues
Your Experience and Aims
• Most people comfortable with PowerPoint
• Most people haven’t yet used Articulate
• Mixture of ...
Welcome Activity
• Introductions…
– Where do you work within the University?
– What needs/interests attracted you to the
s...
What do you want to achieve?
• What areas of your work are you looking to
enhance?
• Activity One
(10 minutes thinking / 5...
Introducing Articulate Studio
Articulate Studio - Overview
• Presenter
• Quizmaker
• Engage
• Encoder
• PowerPoint used as structuring device
• n.b. you...
Articulate Studio - Presenter
• Turn PowerPoint slides into e-learning
materials.
• Quickly and easily add interactivity, ...
Articulate Studio – Quiz Maker
• Build quizzes, surveys, and interactive
assessments in a highly intuitive way.
Articulate Studio – Engage
• Create media-rich, engaging interactions that
capture learner attention.
Articulate Studio – Encoder
• Add video to Presenter, Quizmaker and
Engage Content
• Capture video from webcam/camera
Demo - Overview
• Integration into PowerPoint
• Stand-alone products
• Adding content from one tool into another
Types of Online Content
(in the context of using PowerPoint and Articulate)
Types of Online Content
(in the context of using PowerPoint and Articulate)
Interactive
Existing PowerPoint
with additiona...
Types of Use - PowerPoint
• PowerPoint does not equal an online
resource:
– Sometimes don’t make sense without the
present...
Types of Use - PowerPoint
• BUT this means need to get ‘the basics’ right:
– ‘Death by PowerPoint’
– In groups complete Ac...
Discussion of PowerPoint Experiences
Good Practice
• Use of PowerPoint templates
• Colour
• White space
• Text/Volume limits
• Text as images
• Font size
• Ita...
PowerPoint and You
• Share your examples of best practice
• Identify any gaps in PowerPoint techniques
and share ideas by ...
Reflection on PowerPoint Slides
• Discussion
• Any areas you would like further support
Enhancing existing PowerPoint
material with Articulate
Enhancing existing PowerPoints with
Articulate – Part One
• Hands-on Activities Four – Seven covering:
– Use of Articulate...
Enhancing existing PowerPoints with
Articulate – Part Two
• Hands-on Activities Eight – Ten covering:
– Adding Articulate ...
Good Practice in
Finding Content
Finding Content
• Images
• Videos
• Copyright
• OERs (http://www.oercommons.org)
• OERs at Leeds
Finding Content
• Creative Commons Search:
http://search.creativecommons.org
Check Terms of Use
When is PowerPoint not like
PowerPoint?
When is PowerPoint not like
PowerPoint?
• PowerPoint used to structure – often linearly.
• This does not have to be the ca...
When is PowerPoint not like
PowerPoint?
• Slides are often bullet-points
• This does not have to be the case:
Political
Commitment
Finance
Measurement
and
Accountability
Regional
National
Global Sanitation and Water
for All
World Wa...
When is PowerPoint not like
PowerPoint?
• Slides are often text-focused
• This does not have to be the case:
My Skills and Role:
A Bridge!
My Skills and Role:
A Journey of Development:
• Take you from the familiar to the unfamiliar
• Enable confidence and compe...
When is PowerPoint not like
PowerPoint?
• Navigation and interactivity can be added:
A
Welcome to the Interactive area.
In this section there are seven
scenarios for you to think about
or discuss with a grou...
Creating Interactive Content
Creating Interactive Content
• Within PowerPoint adding navigation
• Using Articulate to structure navigation
• Using Enga...
Engage – Demo
Engage – Demo
Live demonstration or hands-on?
Quiz Maker - Demo
Quiz Maker - Demo
Live demonstration or hands-on?
Publishing Your Articulate Files
Activity Thirteen / Demo
Consolidating / Exploring
Time to explore your areas of interest
Consolidating / Exploring
• Re-visit activity one – anything to
add/change?
• Revisit specific features
• Work on your own...
Summary
Summary
• Covered a lot of content
• A starting point to experience Articulate
• A basis for exploring your own ideas
• Ma...
The Future
• Current licences:
– Please contact c.perry@adm.leeds.ac.uk and fill in
a proposal form.
– Happy to discuss an...
Further Resources
• UoL website: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/articulate
• Case Studies at UoL
• UoL blog: https://elgg.leeds.ac...
Feedback for the session
1. What did you find useful
2. What would you have liked more of
3. What would you have liked les...
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  1. 1. From PowerPoint to Online Multimedia Resources with Articulate Studio James Little, SDDU
  2. 2. Welcome! • 3 hours (including a 15 minute break) • Mixture of demonstrations, discussions and hands on experience • Taking you from familiar to the unfamiliar (and making it familiar) • Session new in current form • Welcome any feedback / suggestions
  3. 3. Overview • Welcome Activities • Introducing Articulate Studio – An Overview • Types of Online Content (in the context of using PowerPoint and Articulate) • PowerPoint and You • Enhancing existing PowerPoints with Articulate • Finding Content • When is a PowerPoint not a PowerPoint? (Creating interactive resources) • Consolidating / Exploring
  4. 4. Session Aims 1. Enable you to understand and experience the possibilities of PowerPoint and Articulate Studio 2. Enable good practice and approaches to enhance existing content 3. Enable good practice and approaches to creating new content
  5. 5. Session Aims • A space for you to: – Be creative! – Get hands-on experience – Discuss
  6. 6. Session Outcomes • Demonstrate and hands on use of Articulate tools – specifically: – Use of Articulate to record and import narrations for slides – Use of Articulate to synchronise animations with narrations and also add annotations – Manipulate slide audio using Articulate – Publish presentations for the VLE – Get to grips with Engage and Quizmaker
  7. 7. Session Outcomes • An understanding of sourcing good content and consideration of legal issues
  8. 8. Your Experience and Aims • Most people comfortable with PowerPoint • Most people haven’t yet used Articulate • Mixture of content for augmenting or replacing lectures • Project-based information resources • Your files available for later use on laptops
  9. 9. Welcome Activity • Introductions… – Where do you work within the University? – What needs/interests attracted you to the session?
  10. 10. What do you want to achieve? • What areas of your work are you looking to enhance? • Activity One (10 minutes thinking / 5 minutes sharing)
  11. 11. Introducing Articulate Studio
  12. 12. Articulate Studio - Overview • Presenter • Quizmaker • Engage • Encoder • PowerPoint used as structuring device • n.b. you may have heard of Storyline?
  13. 13. Articulate Studio - Presenter • Turn PowerPoint slides into e-learning materials. • Quickly and easily add interactivity, branching, multimedia, and narration to your PowerPoint content.
  14. 14. Articulate Studio – Quiz Maker • Build quizzes, surveys, and interactive assessments in a highly intuitive way.
  15. 15. Articulate Studio – Engage • Create media-rich, engaging interactions that capture learner attention.
  16. 16. Articulate Studio – Encoder • Add video to Presenter, Quizmaker and Engage Content • Capture video from webcam/camera
  17. 17. Demo - Overview • Integration into PowerPoint • Stand-alone products • Adding content from one tool into another
  18. 18. Types of Online Content (in the context of using PowerPoint and Articulate)
  19. 19. Types of Online Content (in the context of using PowerPoint and Articulate) Interactive Existing PowerPoint with additional narrative PowerPoint
  20. 20. Types of Use - PowerPoint • PowerPoint does not equal an online resource: – Sometimes don’t make sense without the presenter – Often used as a prompt for the presenter • Articulate Presenter can enable you to add meaning and explanation back
  21. 21. Types of Use - PowerPoint • BUT this means need to get ‘the basics’ right: – ‘Death by PowerPoint’ – In groups complete Activity Two (5 minutes).
  22. 22. Discussion of PowerPoint Experiences
  23. 23. Good Practice • Use of PowerPoint templates • Colour • White space • Text/Volume limits • Text as images • Font size • Italics
  24. 24. PowerPoint and You • Share your examples of best practice • Identify any gaps in PowerPoint techniques and share ideas by completing activity three…
  25. 25. Reflection on PowerPoint Slides • Discussion • Any areas you would like further support
  26. 26. Enhancing existing PowerPoint material with Articulate
  27. 27. Enhancing existing PowerPoints with Articulate – Part One • Hands-on Activities Four – Seven covering: – Use of Articulate to record narrations for slides – Use of Articulate to import narrations for slides – Manipulate slide audio using Articulate – Use of Articulate to synchronise animations with narrations and also add annotations • Demonstration or straight to hands-on?
  28. 28. Enhancing existing PowerPoints with Articulate – Part Two • Hands-on Activities Eight – Ten covering: – Adding Articulate Annotations to your PowerPoint slides – Previewing your presentation – Changing the layout of your presentation • Demonstration or straight to hands-on?
  29. 29. Good Practice in Finding Content
  30. 30. Finding Content • Images • Videos • Copyright • OERs (http://www.oercommons.org) • OERs at Leeds
  31. 31. Finding Content • Creative Commons Search: http://search.creativecommons.org
  32. 32. Check Terms of Use
  33. 33. When is PowerPoint not like PowerPoint?
  34. 34. When is PowerPoint not like PowerPoint? • PowerPoint used to structure – often linearly. • This does not have to be the case
  35. 35. When is PowerPoint not like PowerPoint? • Slides are often bullet-points • This does not have to be the case:
  36. 36. Political Commitment Finance Measurement and Accountability Regional National Global Sanitation and Water for All World Water Forum Regional Water and SanitationConferences and Forums AMCOW Cabinet / inter-ministerial mechanisms JMP GLAAS WWDR Regional Status Overviews Country Status Overviews MICs MEASURE DHS LSMS GSF GEF The World Bank Private foundations and trusts Regional Development Banks EU Water Facility Africa Water Facility ODA Foundations Private sector investment National budgets
  37. 37. When is PowerPoint not like PowerPoint? • Slides are often text-focused • This does not have to be the case:
  38. 38. My Skills and Role: A Bridge!
  39. 39. My Skills and Role: A Journey of Development: • Take you from the familiar to the unfamiliar • Enable confidence and competence so you can do the same with students • Evaluate and interpret solutions backed up by pedagogical theory and frameworks • Provide teaching/training/staff development on specific tools • Enable students and staff to be creative, critical and inquisitive!
  40. 40. When is PowerPoint not like PowerPoint? • Navigation and interactivity can be added:
  41. 41. A Welcome to the Interactive area. In this section there are seven scenarios for you to think about or discuss with a group of colleagues or peers. Each one refers to a different aspect covered in the module. Make notes on how, given each scenario, you would approach the situation. Once you have completed the scenarios, you can listen to general comments and feedback on each one, as well as interviews with WASH sector specialists talking about what they would have done or what they think are the key issues with each scenario. It is important to understand that there is no ‘perfect’ answer to these questions; indeed if you are working in a group you may find that you come up with multiple answers. This simply highlights the fact that the WASH landscape is complex and the context within which you work influences the choices and decisions that are made.
  42. 42. Creating Interactive Content
  43. 43. Creating Interactive Content • Within PowerPoint adding navigation • Using Articulate to structure navigation • Using Engage or QuizMaker
  44. 44. Engage – Demo
  45. 45. Engage – Demo Live demonstration or hands-on?
  46. 46. Quiz Maker - Demo
  47. 47. Quiz Maker - Demo Live demonstration or hands-on?
  48. 48. Publishing Your Articulate Files Activity Thirteen / Demo
  49. 49. Consolidating / Exploring Time to explore your areas of interest
  50. 50. Consolidating / Exploring • Re-visit activity one – anything to add/change? • Revisit specific features • Work on your own content (files on laptops) • Opportunity to explore further via optional activities: – Create or insert videos into presentation (Video Encoder) – Embedding external websites – Embedding a YouTube video
  51. 51. Summary
  52. 52. Summary • Covered a lot of content • A starting point to experience Articulate • A basis for exploring your own ideas • Make a note of one thing you may take away from the session
  53. 53. The Future • Current licences: – Please contact c.perry@adm.leeds.ac.uk and fill in a proposal form. – Happy to discuss anytime j.little@adm.leeds.ac.uk • Articulate 2013 just out: – HTML 5 / iPad / Accessibility Support – Investigating licencing options – Should enable work from previous versions to be exported in new formats
  54. 54. Further Resources • UoL website: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/articulate • Case Studies at UoL • UoL blog: https://elgg.leeds.ac.uk/articulate • Rapid e-learning blog: http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/ • Articulate website: http://www.articulate.com • E-Learning Heroes: http://community.articulate.com/ • ISS PowerPoint Training • Summary e-mail
  55. 55. Feedback for the session 1. What did you find useful 2. What would you have liked more of 3. What would you have liked less of 4. Suggestions

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