Make Courses More Accessible with Closed Captioning and Tables in Storyline 3

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We want all learners to be able to fully interact with e-learning courses, and with Storyline 3, you can make courses more accessible than ever with closed captioning and tables.

Now you can import closed captions for narration and videos, choose a font for your captions, and even turn them on and off with triggers. And you can use tables to structure text for screen readers and provide valuable context for learners.

In this video, Articulate CTO Arlyn Asch demonstrates the new closed captioning features in Storyline 3.

In this video, Arlyn shows you how easy it is to create and style tables in Storyline 3.

Now you can design accessible courses with every learner in mind. Check out this video tutorial to practice creating accessible courses.

Want even more goodness? Sign up for a free trial of Articulate 360, our annual subscription service, which has everything you need for the entire course authoring process. Articulate 360 includes Storyline 360, which has everything in Storyline 3 plus continuous feature updates, more than 3 million course assets such as stock photos and templates, and a collaboration app that’ll speed up your project reviews.