Using Lectora Online I created a course showcasing my love of actions. Enjoy!
I decided to take a low tech approach to this month’s contest. Since my kids and I have been enjoying the weather and water so much lately I decided to pull photos and videos off my phone to use. The videos were filmed on my phone, proving that you don’t have to have fancy equipment.
For this month’s contest, I created myself as a character by converting a Lectora User Conference selfie into a vector image using only PowerPoint. It wasn’t easy and took about 45 minutes but I know now that if push came to shove I could make something on my own. I created a shortened video so […]
I built a course from start to finish using Lectora® Inspire 17 and the eLearning Brothers Template Library, Cutout People Library, and Interaction Builder during the Get Started in Lectora Templates With eLearning Brothers webinar. Attached is the text file and question and answer key.
I’m always one for geometric prints when possible so when I found this sapphire color scheme I knew I wanted to give it a go. I added the purple in after finding a background image that matched my theme. The images are from Unsplash, icons are from Icon8, and design/development is all mine.
Using Lectora I created this Zelda-inspired mini course. I used simple shape based graphics, variables, audio, and move to action to creative this interactive quest. Hope you enjoy!
Here’s a sample of a course with BranchTrack I created in Lectora 17 for the latest contest.
Using BranchTrack I created a course that takes people through the thought process of signing up for the Lectora User Conference 2017. For more details visit our webpage: http://trivantis.com/luc-2017
In my Contest 16 example I created a course about my favorite dish to pass at family gatherings; fruit pizza. The mini course introduces you to the ingredients and equipment needed. explains how to construct the pizza, and there’s even an actual picture of one I made over the weekend. I incorporated a custom status indicator […]
I created this quick example to show a customer how to use muliple status indicators to hold up navigation until all content has been reviewed. This basic template includes an introduction page, four pages of placeholder content, and a chapter review with status indicators. All pages must be reviewed before the button to show the […]
For contest 16 I created a responsive course on my favorite sport to watch, ATV racing. I decided to explain the basics of starting off the in the ATVA. Check out my blog post explaining how I created this course here: http://trivantis.com/blog/community/breaking-entry-trivantis-community-contest-15/
For contest 14 I created a course “All About Cheese”. I struggled on my subject matter but then decided to go for a quick course with a quiz on my favorite snack. I included a three question quiz with ranking, drag and drop, and multiple response questions. Enjoy!
In response to Contest 13: An eLearning Guide to Summer Fun I created a travel guide for all the places I want to visit in London (and the surrounding areas). As you’ll see on the “Why London?” page this trip has been a dream of mine since 1996. (Please don’t judge me on the dorkiness!) I […]
For Contest 12 I originally struggled with the concept. After some time on Pinterest and a conversation with co-workers I decided to explore the idea of using checkboxes and radio buttons in the context of a menu or restaurant. When I was developing the course I thought it would be a cool idea to incorporate […]
In response to Contest 11: Impress With a Custom Resume (http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/contest-11-impress-custom-resume/) Here’s my responsive resume created in Lectora Inspire 16. I’ve also exported the course as a Lectora Online Package so it can easily be imported into Lectora Online. I choose watercolors because I find anything to do with water (watercolor paintings, underwater photography, the […]
If you weren’t able to attend LUC 2016 we wanted to share the files which were shared at the closing remarks. In order to extend the sharing of #BrightIdeas we shared inspiring examples from the Trivantis Community. Thank you to everyone who posts content that made this show case possible! We also announced Contest 4 […]
In response to contest 9 I created a Lectora course all about trend 7, geometric shapes. I developed a short course that includes circles as the repeated design element. The images used in this course are from the eLearning Brothers Stock Asset Library which comes free with a Lectora Inspire license. http://trivantis.com/product/upgrade-publisher-inspire/
In response to Contest 7 “Tell Your Story” (http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/tell-your-story/) I created a short course featuring Cinderella. In this module Cinderella’s life is re-imagined as a business woman running a shoe store called the Castle. In it you learn the basics of shoe sales and then test your knowledge with three simple exercises. I left the navigation […]
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.
Can you tell by looking at the picture what’s wrong with Tom’s desk setup? Using Lectora 16 I created a mini ergonomics responsive (SCORM compliant) course for Contest 3: Compliance. You can read more information on the contest here. Don’t forget to check out everyone’s submissions in the Contest area of the Community. To begin, […]
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 […]
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?
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Here’s a course I created that shows simple ways of including social media aspects in your course.