As you have seen in previous chapters, interactive e-learning contains activities, and interactions that require learner input, and often provide simple feedback.
Sometimes more complex instruction, where the learner is provided with an opportunity to make a decision, is needed. Based on those decisions, the learner may be provided with feedback, or not, then routed down a specific learning path. This technique is called branching.
In this section you learn how to create branched e-learning with Storyline, including:
Basic branching is present in most e-learning courses and is commonly ...