Learn how to create professional-quality interactive software simulations with Snagit for Lectora and focus on action groups to develop simulations for the end user.
In this session you will learn the best practices for planning, recording and producing videos and tutorials with Camtasia. Learn from a variety of tips and tricks to enhance the quality of your video and shorten production time.
In this presentation, you will learn how to track progress by creating non-linear Lectora titles, allowing students to move around at will. In addition, we’ll discuss how you can track the student’s progress through the title, ensuring that they have accessed all of the content, regardless of page order.
In this presentation, you will learn how you can use the Menu object and actions to enhance your Lectora titles.
With the use of Lectora’s translation tool and multi-language publish options, creating content in a variety of languages doesn’t have to be complicated or time consuming. In this session, learn the tips and tricks necessary for seamless integration of translated material into a title. After translating your title into multiple languages you can easily publish courses to all your desired languages at the same time, saving time and effort.
In this session you will learn how to create a library object, insert a library object into a title for reuse and share a library object online.
In this session, you’ll learn how to use variables to display information, such as the student’s name from a Learning Management system, track student’s progress, perform real-time number calculations, store student’s responses on forms, create conditional navigation.
In this presentation you will learn several tips and tricks for using Lectora or Lectora Online to create mLearning content.
In this presentation you will learn how you can use the progress bar object and actions to produce a variety of visual components and interactive exercises within your titles.
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!