In this session you’ll learn how to use Lectora’s form elements and External HTML object to produce a discussion thread that students can use to add feedback. Some programming is involved, but have no fear – it’s easy!
In this session you will learn how to submit custom question results to an Learning Management System (LMS).
In this session you will learn the following: randomized tests, pre-tests that will count towards completion of a course, combining multiple assessment scores to submit one overall score to a LMS, store and score students responses on forms and create stand-alone questions throughout a title that are graded as one final assessment.
Successfully using variables in your Lectora titles doesn’t require you to be an advanced Lectora author. Actions make it easy for you to harness the power of variables and still – no programming is required.
In this presentation you will learn several tips and tricks for using Lectora or Lectora Online to create mLearning content.
Rick Nielsen will show you how to easily integrate a Twitter feed to a Lectora title.