Step 1: Download the zipped folder and unzip it. You'll notice the Players come in .XML format. Step 2: From the Storyline ribbon, choose the Player Properties. Step 3: Click the "Current Player" button. Step 4: From the drop-down menu, choose "Import" Step 5: Navigate to the unzipped folder and select the .XML file of the skin you want to use.
Screen Learning is ... learning built for the computing screen, and that’s it. It doesn’t care where you are as a learner, or if a teacher is there, necessarily, although it doesn’t replace a teacher in every sense. It’s straight up built for the user.
Karen Loftus's insight:
As I mentioned in my eLearning ScoopIIt channel, "screen learning" is a new term for me...
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