This sample e-Learning course showcases the many features and objects Lectora offer. It includes embedded and streaming audio and video, animations, custom buttons, web windows, social objects and all twelve of Lectora’s interactive question types. It also utilizes the powerful suite of actions and variables available with Lectora to create a highly interactive and engaging […]
This is an updated version of the 508 Lesson and Template for Lectora Online presented at LUC16. The lesson is largely specific to Lectora Online. I have incorporated many of the new accessibility features in Lectora Online v3.3, but the .pkg can be opened in other versions of Lectora. Please leave suggestions for improvements, including any […]
On the forum ( i do think Jason ) asked for multiple dropdownboxes, filling with other choices when choosing one or the other option. Well just check it out, works sweet…
The sample demonstrates how to customize Lectoras Table of Contents of the type “Indented List”. Works both Seamless and not, requires jQuery.
Several projects i worked on lately i did notice the lack of image compression on the images in Lectora. Offcourse does Lectora itself have a method of compressing images, but i do think that lacks in quality and size. So when delivering a project a developer should watch the quality of the compression. As i […]
Billy asked on the forum how to create a page with continuous audio. Sergey and Wendy both gave possible answers. This solution i had in mind for quite some time works swell. What all the ideas have in common is, that to ensure the audio keeps playing you have to make sure your Lectora project […]
This Lectora branching scenario example comes from the article “Using Branching to Put Your Learner in the Driver’s Seat of the Story,” by Diane Elkins, founder of Artisan E-Learning and co-author of the popular E-Learning Uncovered book series. This article is a chapter of the Keys to Storytelling in eLearning Trivantis eBook. Thanks to Diane […]
This title contains 4 examples of how you can create image-based questions. For True or False, Multiple Choice, or Multiple Response questions, you would normally interact with the standard radio buttons or check boxes. In these examples, we’re hiding the interactive parts of the question objects and using Image Buttons instead. We then pass the […]