Articulate User Conference

Tuesday, October 25

The Articulate User Conference, hosted by The Learning Guild, returns to Las Vegas this fall as a co-located event with DevLearn 2022.

This year’s conference will feature five unique tracks, providing a wide variety of content perfect for both newbies and seasoned pros. Join a host of well-known Articulate community members such as Jodi Sansone, Samuel Apata, Jonathan Hill, Ashley Chiasson, Ron Price, and more as they share their expertise and awesome tips. 

They’ll be joined by Articulate’s David Anderson, Elizabeth Pawlicki, and Tom Kuhlmann for a great day of networking and learning.

This year’s conference will feature five unique tracks, providing a wide variety of content perfect for both newbies and seasoned pros.

  1. Articulate 360 Foundations: Sessions focused on getting more out of the core functionality of Rise 360, Storyline 360, and other Articulate 360 apps.
  2. Improving Course Design: Improve the quality and engagement of your eLearning courses with the techniques shared in these sessions.
  3. Advanced Course Design: Learn how to extend the authoring capabilities with a focus on JavaScript, xAPI, and other advanced techniques.
  4. Build Accessible Courses: Explore accessibility outside the scope of eLearning and then learn to use the tools and resources to build more accessible courses. 
  5. Showcase & Deconstruction: Quick reviews of some great examples and then discussion and deconstruction to know how they were built so you can apply the ideas to your own courses

Event Schedule

Tuesday, October 19

8:30a – 8:40a

Welcome and Opening Remarks

8:40a – 9:15a

Opening Keynote on Instructional Design—Ron Price

9:15a – 9:30a


9:30a – 10:30a

Block 1 of Breakouts

10:30a – 11:00a

Coffee Break

11:00a – 12:00p

Block 2 of Breakouts

12:00p – 1:00p


1:00p – 2:00p

Block 3 of Breakouts

2:00p – 2:30p

Dessert & Coffee Break

2:30p – 3:30p

Block 4 of Breakouts

3:30p – 3:40p


3:40p – 4:30p

Closing General Session: The Articulate Roadmap

Session Schedule

Session Title



Opening Session: 8:40a - 9:15a

Power of Community

Ron Price

An interactive session designed to invite attendees to experience the power of community. This session will highlight the value that comes through engaging with others, challenging assumptions, speaking up and listening to others, and letting go of preconceptions.

This session will invite participants to hear and respond to a story, investigate and evaluate the facts, and discover how our understanding of concepts, processes, and design can be impacted by others.


Block 1: 9:30a - 10:30a

Using 360° Images in Storyline 360

Track: Articulate 360 Foundations

Tom Kuhlmann

With the new 360° Image feature in Storyline 360, you can create immersive learning experiences using panoramic and 360° photos right in Storyline. In this session, you’ll learn what’s possible with 360° images and learn to add interactive elements such as hotspots, markers, virtual tours, and knowledge checks to engage learners as they explore.

10 Things I Learned from the 2021 E-Learning Challenges

TrackBeyond the Basics/Production Tips & Tricks

David Anderson

If you’ve ever wanted to grow your course building skills and learn some new tricks along the way, then you’ll absolutely love this session. Join David Anderson as he systematically breaks down the top 10 most creative and out-of-the-box techniques and production tips from the 2021 E-Learning Challenge entries.

Fundamentals of Accessibility in E-Learning

TrackImproving Course Design

Elizabeth Pawlicki

Accessibility is becoming a frequent topic of conversation for course developers. But what does “accessible” really mean? We’ll cover some of the basics of accessibility and talk about ways you can eliminate barriers in the learning environment to improve the experience of all learners. We’ll also discuss ways in which designing for accessibility benefits people with and without disabilities, society, and businesses.

Block 2: 11:00a - 12:00p

Built-in Features to Track Progress

TrackArticulate 360 Foundations

Ron Price

How can you let students know about their progress in a course? Storyline has some great built-in features that make this an easy task for developers.We will explore how the addition of Slide Number Variables makes it easy to communicate meaningful data to the student: Number of slides viewed, percentage of course completed, etc., and how to use a Slider or dial to display that data. This Slide number variable set can also greatly assist review and edit cycles by displaying the Scene and Slide reference data for accuracy. Or maybe “seat-time” is important to your organization. We will  look at a quick and easy way to turn on a course timer in your Storyline modules if needed.

Creative Quizzing with Sliders or Dials

TrackBeyond the Basics/Production Tips & Tricks

Stefanie Lawless

Sliders and Dials give us versatility when it comes to creating new ways for our learners to interact with content. Not only can you use them for a creative interactive slide, but you can also use them with quizzing. In this session, we’ll create a way for our learner to use a Slider and Dial to answer a quiz question, and show visual results.

Adding Polish to Your Course with Subtle Animations

TrackImproving Course Design

Mike Enders

For many new course developers, the choices for bringing content to life can seem overwhelming. However, it’s often best to keep things simple and subtle. In this session, you’ll learn how to give your Storyline project a professional shine with simple animations. If you’re new to Storyline, this session will introduce you to some basic animation approaches to help take your projects to the next level.

Block 3: 1:00p - 2:00p

Accessibility Features of Articulate 360

TrackArticulate 360 Foundations

Elizabeth Pawlicki

For many organizations, creating accessible e-learning is both a mission-critical business goal and a legal requirement. The good news is that Storyline 360 and Rise 360 have the features you need to create e-learning that meets Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). In this session, we’ll cover the design considerations, features, and production tips you need to create accessible courses.

Technical Training Using Rise 360

TrackBeyond the Basics/Production Tips & Tricks

Stefanie Lawless

Rise 360 is such an amazing and versatile tool for e-learning! And Storyline 360 is such a jaw-dropping tool for screen recordings (and more, of course)! Can we take the best of both worlds and combine them? How can we incorporate some pretty powerful software simulations that we can build in Storyline 360 into Rise 360? In this session, we’ll create a short View/Try mode in Storyline 360, and incorporate it into Rise 360.

Graphic Design Essentials for E-Learning

TrackImproving Course Design

David Anderson

E-learning is a visual medium, so it’s just as much about visual communication as it is about learning design. While you don’t need to be a graphic designer to build effective e-learning, understanding some basic design concepts can help you create better e-learning. In this quick tips session, you’ll learn how to apply essential design elements to create more visually appealing courses.

Block 4: 2:30p - 3:30p

Enhancing Your Rise 360 Courses

TrackArticulate 360 Foundations

Elizabeth Pawlicki

If you’ve used Rise 360 at all, you know how quick and easy it is to create responsive e-learning right in your web browser. In this session, we’ll take a look at some creative ways you can make your Rise 360 courses shine.

Unlocking the Secret to Advanced Interactivity in Storyline

Track: Beyond the Basics/Production Tips & Tricks

Ron Price & Mike Enders

Storyline enables you to create amazing interactions with states, layers, and triggers. But to take your development game to the next level, you need to become closely acquainted with Variables. In this session, you’ll learn a variety of use cases for Number Variables and learn how to quickly build an advanced Slider interaction.

Multiple Choice Gone Wrong: Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Track: Improving Course Design

Zsolt Olah

Multiple choice questions are one of the most common ways to measure knowledge and application in your learning design. However, some fundamental mistakes can turn the learning experience and assessment into a horrible, no good, very bad day. In this interactive session (inspired by real examples) none of the above will happen! 

Closing Session: 3:40p - 4:30p

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