Articulate Storyline Versus Adobe Captivate  

Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate are two of the most popular eLearning authoring tools being used today. Both are constantly changing, giving eLearning developers more options and features to be successful.

This event discusses Articulate Storyline versus Adobe Captivate. It will also cover various topics surrounding the tools. The goal is that attendees leave with a clearer understanding of the similarities and differences between the two tools, especially under what situations and uses one tool may be preferred over the other.

You are invited to a joint meeting of the Twin Cities Articulate User Group, the ATD Training SIG, and the Mobile Learning Forum. You must register to attend.

February 22nd, 2017 
6:00 - 8:00 PM

University of St. Thomas campus
Murray-Herrick Hall (MCH-205) 
2115 Summit Ave, St Paul, MN 55105

See campus map (also shows all the parking ramps and locations; the recommended parking sites for visitors are the Anderson Parking Facility, the McNeely Parking Ramp, and the Morrison Ramp.)

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IMPORTANT: Due to the size of the room, enrollment will be limited, so you must be registered to attend.

Discussion Leader: Tony Tao, Manager of Learning Technology at Fredrickson Learning. Tony has extensive experience with both tools. He has been in the industry for over 10 years and is an expert at instructional design, learning theory, and web development. 

Tony will be looking at how both tools handle:
  • Responsive design
  • Actions and triggers
  • Creating interactions
  • Graphic editing capability
  • Accessibility
  • Translation
  • Quiz question functionality
  • Variables
This is a joint event

Twin Cities Articulate User Group gives members the chance to talk shop, learn, and network with others interested in Articulate. This community is open to anyone interested. Those not yet in the User Group can join it from here.

American Talent Development -- Greater Twin Cites' Training SIG provides practical knowledge on all elements of training design, development, implementation, and measurement of training.

Fredrickson Learning's Mobile Learning Network community gives people the chance to network, talk shop, and learn about mLearning from others in the field. Our goal is to build a community of practitioners (at all levels) interested in mLearning.

Jay Kasdan

Gerry Wasiluk
Affiliate, Fredrickson Learning
Learning Developer/Consultant and Articulate MVP/Super Hero