In this presentation, you will learn how to design basic Drag & Drop and Matching questions, and how to use the distractors to create more complex questions. We’ll also look “under the hood” to see how Lectora evaluates these question types, and discuss how you can use that information to design questions that really challenges your learners.
You are no longer limited to simply displaying a message or pop-up window with feedback. Learn how you can take full advantage of the question feedback options in Lectora to better inform and communicate to your learners.
Rick Nielsen will show you how to use Google Dropbox to work on a Lectora title on multiple computers.
Learn how to create content that’s more engaging and interactive by including synchronized events within your video and audio files. Easily display graphics, text blocks, diagrams, questions and more while your audio or video plays to the learner.
Elliott Masie keynote speech on eLearning trends at the 2011 Lectora User Conference.
In this presentation, you will learn how to use the Modify Variable action to perform calculations in Lectora. We’ll discuss the sequencing of actions, and look at a few examples of how calculations can be used in your titles; from simple counters to complex equations.
In this presentation, we’ll focus on the Action Properties Condition and Else tabs to discuss: available conditions, condition values, single v. multiple conditions and compound DO/IF/ELSE condition scenarios.
Learn the SCORM specifications and publishing options for AICC or SCORM as well as the requirements to publish web-based content in Lectora Inspire to a Learning Management System.
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.