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Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy

Articulate Engage


Articulate Engage is a product that creates interactive flash based presentations.  These Engage presentations can be deployed as a stand alone module or inserted into an Articulate Presenter presentation.  Engage presentations can incorporate recorded voice narration, pictures, and embedded flash video.

There is a low learning curve for this product.  Templates are provided to create several types of engaging modules.  New templates can be developed or downloaded from community members.

Templates included:
- Process
- Labeled Graphic
- Tabs
- Circle Diagram
- Timeline
- Media Tour
- Interactive FAQ
- Pyramid Diagram
- Guided Image
- Glossary

Pros & Cons

 Advantages  Challenges
Narration capabilities allow for accommodation of multiple learning styles Articulate converts files into flash format, which is not accessible using screen-reader programs (not ADA compliant).
Low learning curve  
Several templates provided  
Can be embedded in an Articulate Presenter presentation or used as a stand alone module  

Articulate Engage Overview Demo:


Click the video above to watch the demo from Articulate Engage '09, or click here. To watch other video tutorials on Articulate Engage '09, visit http://www.articulate.com/products/engage-tutorials.php


Articulate Global Inc. (2011). Articulate Engage '09. Retrieved from




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