"I did an excellent two-day workshop a couple of years ago with Video Arts, http://www.videoarts.com/workshops/, which gave me all I needed to get started - we certainly covered lighting although I don't remember anything on green…"
"If you're happy to work from a book I can recommend "Learning Articulate Storyline" from Packt publishing. I was a technical reviewer on the book so I can vouch for its quality :)
It does start from the very basics, so if you've…"
"Just to clarify - the 2 day thing I went to in London was an Articulate seminar not a formal course and I didn't really know what to expect. The seminar was really useful to find out more about Articulate & e learning in general but…"
"Thanks all for the excellent tips! I actually took the plunge and did the Omniplex course last week and found it a great way to get up to speed quickly. Like you Gareth, time is my greatest challenge with a lot of projects pending and the need to…"
"I attended a 3-day Omniplex in St. Albans. The course was okay, but had the same experience as Gareth above. I probably would have gotten a lot more out if it if I hadn't watched any of the tutorials beforehand. It was nice to get confirmation…"
"While I love Scoop.it now i tried it i'm not paying 79$ a month to let others curate on it so I found Listly which you can add to. I moved content over and started a list so please add to it: http://list.ly/list/B55-articulate-storyline"
"I took the online Articulate Storyline Basic Course through the eLearning Guild and got a lot out of the class. There was an opportunity to work on assignments and have the teacher review your work and make suggestions. I find it…"
"Hi Sarah - sounds like we are in the same boat being a comparitively new Storyline user. I 've subscribed to the E learning heroes weekly email for a couple of years but earlier this year took the plunge & attended a 2 day seminar that Tom…"
"Thanks Chris. I had formal training courses in mind, but agree that the videos could be a great place to start. I'm the only one creating e-learning in a small team of three, so opportunities for collaboration aren't plentiful - I'll…"