With the surge of iOS and mobile computing, the company is evolving to publishing in iOS and HTML5 as flash is being relegated in the mobile computing world. I was fortunate to be invited to the Beta testing phase of the "evolving product" now called StoryLine (SL).
I have found it to be very flexible in creating custom made exercises/lessons for both the web(PC/MAC) and mobile devices. Rather than searching for the right free app to provide my students with the content I want them to know or I want to test them on, I simply build the presentation or quiz. The students in turn can access the material; through the web (posted link using dropbox/angel) using a PC/MAC/iOS or Android device; download the iOS Articulate player app to enjoy unlimited interactivity with the material using an iPad.
Here is a sample for an anatomy and physiology practice quiz I built:
- For web browser click Web access
- For unlimited iPad access first download the the Mobile articulate player, then iOS access
I envision a paperless class can be built entirely by using SL or Studio for cross-platform student access.
Let me know what you think and the possible potential applications to your course!?