Learn how to easily create games in Lectora that will enable students to learn and have fun while doing it. Using actions and variables in Lectora, creating fun eLearning games doesn’t require any programming knowledge to make exciting, interactive games.
Discover how to tap into over 23 characters with 15 poses included in Lectora to create interactivity, custom feedback, real life training scenarios and much more. Learn how to use the new character poses in Lectora to make your eLearning courses more dynamic and engaging.
Simon Birt and Larry Oglesby will discuss social business to social learning and organizational social learning.
In this presentation you will learn how to use the Change Contents action in Lectora to change text, images and other media based on student interactions and audio and video events.
Integrate closed captioning in any Flash video contained within your title. Meet 508 compliance standards and customize the user experience by modifying font styles, sizes and colors in video captions. In this session, learn how captioning text is displayed within the video according to details specified within an XML file.
Tim Kindberg will show you how to group objects so you can create interactions more efficiently.
Christine O’Malley will show you how to create a color palette in Lectora Inspire.
Gary Hughes will show you how to control the display of multiple images using groups in Lectora.
Adrienne Carney will show you how to create a course index in Lectora.
Google Docs enables you to create forms that can be embedded in your Lectora titles and Snap! by Lectora presentations. Learn how to create a Google Docs form, how to embed it into your eLearning projects and where you can access the collected results to tap into this resource.