ICN IDC CONSULTANTS
This page has been created to provide ICN IDC consultants with detailed instructions regarding their contracted project. Some but not all of the information may apply to your project.
If there are ever any questions contact Ginger Gregory at any time.
Direct Phone: 662-915-1996
Cell Phone: 662-415-5280
Click here to review the project requirements. Please let Ginger know if you have any questions about these requirements.
Click here to review the project schedule and target dates. Please refer back to your individual contracts for specifics.
- Please refer to your individual contracts for specifics on the number of courses due each week and to ensure your dates are the same.
- If for some reason you cannot meet the requirements of each week, you must notify the project manager of this and providing a date that it will be complete.
To see how our courses are organized and used, please create a profile with our new eLearning Portal and register for a course.
We will use Dropbox to share files. I will email each consultant individually with their Dropbox link. If you have no received it, please reach out to me.
- Click here for access to a Storyline Character Bundle to use if needed.
- Click here for access to ICN’s Picture Library. You can check here first for any images needed.
- If you do not see what you need, you can search www.iStockPhotos.com.
- Please send your request for images in batches for us to purchase. We will then place them in your individual Dropbox folders as well as add to the ICN Picture Library.
Player and Publishing Settings for LMS:
Click here for all player and publishing settings. If you have any questions about any of this, please let Ginger know.
Publishing for Review in Articulate 360:
While we are still in the review stages, it is easier to publish each file in Articulate 360. You will then share the links with Ginger via email so she can share with all reviewers.
Feel free to use either template in your course category.
- Click here to download Template A
Click here for instructions to add to the introduction regarding audio, course resources, and last screen in lesson.
The last screen in lesson should be used at the end of ALL lessons – making sure to edit text where needed.
Click below for images that may be needed:
- Any videos used need to be MP4 format. If that was not provided to you in the course folders, please contact Ginger and that will be sent to you asap.
- If a video has the old NFSMI logo and you need the year published, please contact Ginger for that information. E.g. Published in 2010 as NFSMI
Provided below are links to a previous course completed that is a great example of the standard we are looking for. This course also follows the requirements of:
- Correct instructions added in Intro and at the end of each lesson
- Clearly labeled when a resource is available
- Properly linked within each screen
- Resource tab properly used
- Progress bar used throughout each lesson
- Player and publishing settings followed
- And more.
Click each link below to download the examples:
Progress Bar Info:
Click here for a zipped file of some info that may help you build a progress bar.
Also, below are tutorial videos to help in developing the progress bar in your courses:
Click here to download a list of course short codes. When you save the Storyline files they should be saved using the ShortCode and LessonNumber. Please see the examples below and let me know if there are any questions.
- Be sure to add the screen title in the audio
- If you have text highlighted when you save as a .WAV file, only the text highlighted will be saved. This has caused some frustration in the past.
- Once entered into Storyline, make sure the timeline ends when the audio ends and does not keep going. This also has caused frustration with users, so we like to check the timeline to make sure it does not keep going for a long time after the audio ends.
Please see your contract for deliverable specifics on audio files and other audio information.
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