In response to Contest 5 I created a branching course where I guess your favorite coffee and personality in two questions. The course was created in Lectora 16 and is responsive. A download of the files for Lectora Online is also included in the Download Lectora File link.
This was the introduction to a module I developed for a pharmaceutical business on submitting documents to regulatory authorities. Often there were rejected on purely technical grounds such as incorrect formatting, headings not displaying correctly. The documents related to the submission of a new drug for approval. If they were rejected then the drug would […]
Well this subject is what i together with my partner in e-learning crime Ferry van Vliet excel in. Subjects that are basically dull and no fun, and still make something fun of it. So it is hard to choose from the courses we did. At the moment working on a Warranty Training for Harley Davidson. […]
Can you tell by looking at the picture what’s wrong with Tom’s desk setup? Using Lectora 16 I created a mini responsive course that’s SCORM compliant. To begin, take the pretest which checks your knowledge on proper ergonomic setup of the workplace according to OSHA. Afterward we discuss what’s wrong with the picture so you can […]
Meet William. He wakes up looking for a Diet Dr. Pepper, or ‘DDP’ as he calls them, but there isn’t one to be found! So the search begins! Will he find one? Will he be able to defeat the evil Nathan, aka ‘The Younger Brother?’ Will he pause his quest for a quick bite to […]
I’m sure there’s some rule about Trivantis employees not being allowed to win, but I couldn’t resist creating a short course for such a fun theme! Comic books were a great idea Jennie! 🙂 Can I claim I made a branching scenario if there’s only two, very very short paths? Contest description here: http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/contest-2-comic-book-courses/
Here’s a course I put together that works through a customer service issue in the style of a comic book for contest #2. To enhance the comic book style I added page flip actions, characters, speech bubbles, and different page layouts. What will you create?
I didn’t have a course that I could easily upload, due to most of it being company content. So I threw something together this am…this only took a couple of hours. I love doing this kind of stuff, so any reason to play around with graphics, etc….I’ll take advantage. There isn’t any audio..but if I […]
My second attempt, to share my first attempt (still work in progress) at a scrolling RCD page. More to add in, eventually.