London UK 2024


Dates and Venue


17-18 April 2024 | ExCeL London


17 - 18 April 2024 | ExCeL London

What’s New and What’s Next in Articulate 360


What’s New and What’s Next in Articulate 360

Wednesday 17 April 2024
Seminar Theatre 2

As a course creator, you bring ideas to life through transformative learning experiences. And with Articulate 360, you can create the engaging training your workforce needs—from snackable microlearning to highly interactive courses. But as your training needs evolve, the tools you rely on should evolve, too. 


With Articulate 360, you’ll always have the latest training technology to create, collaborate on, and distribute engaging digital learning experiences. Two award-winning authoring apps—Storyline 360 and Rise 360— empower you to create beautiful, accessible learning experiences. Our project review app—Review 360—makes it easy to collaborate with anyone, all in one place. Multiple distribution options—including our built-in frictionless LMS—help you deliver training to learners fast, no matter where they are. And coming soon, you’ll enjoy even more ways to boost your productivity with AI-powered features that make it easier for you to create magical experiences that your learners will love.


During this session, we’ll demo the latest feature set across Articulate 360, including:  

  • Powerhouse authoring capabilities—including new generative AI features—that help you transform concept to content fast

  • Accessibility enhancements that empower you to create engaging experiences for all learners

  • Flexible solutions for delivering valuable training content to learners in record time 

  • An innovative platform that will streamline localization so you can create training content for a global audience in days, not months

  • An option to host course content in the European Union (EU) in compliance with current laws and regulations

  • …and more!


Madison McCartney, Manager, Product Evangelism - Articulate

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