Hello Gang, I’m having a bit of a problem. I was wondering if anyone else has run in to the problem of using a list to call up different text or functions and had over half of them not work? So here is what I’m trying to do… I have a forms drop list of […]
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.
In this session we will discuss Lectora features which are often underutilized, misunderstood, or able to be used in “outside-the-box” ways. We will discuss typical and creative applications for items such as Progress bars, Menus, Dynamic Titles/Content, Questions/Survey Items, and Actions.
Actions are your key to creating interactivity. This video explains the basics of how to apply them.
One of the most useful tools in Lectora and Lectora Online is the Group object. By grouping several objects together, you can edit your titles more easily, as well as create interactions which perform multiple actions simultaneously, or single actions against multiple objects. In this session we’ll discuss the advantages of using groups, and review examples in which groups are employed to enable functionality that would otherwise require independent actions.
Learn how to use the Question Creator in Lectora to build better quiz questions, assessments and surveys. See ways to build dynamic feedback with Actions and Variables and how to track question attempts. You’ll also learn how to name question options for more informative test results. Discover how the Question Creator can help you build better eLearning!
In this session, past Lectora User Conference presenters Bill Jamison and Karin Ewing of Cincinnati Bell will show how to combine action and adventure with learning, using common video game themes. In this webinar, attendees will learn how to use Lectora actions and variables to recreate engaging and interactive video game dynamics, develop a relatable protagonist, and add game elements such as battling bosses, collecting items and uncovering secrets.
Successfully using variables in your Lectora title doesn’t require you to be an advanced Lectora author. Actions make it easy for you to harness the power of variables with no programming required. In this session you will learn about variables in Lectora. We’ll discuss the basics of what they are and how they work, and then we’ll look at various applications of variables, from simple to complex, boring to fun.
In this session, you’ll learn about the new question types and improved actions for developing quiz questions, assessments and surveys in the new Lectora 11. Discover ways to build dynamic feedback with actions and variables and how to track question attempts. We’ll demonstrate how to name question options for more informative test results and the steps necessary to track those results in a spreadsheet in Google Drive.
With the new action options in V11, we’ve made it that much easier to make your course come alive with interactive and engaging content. In this session, you will learn about the new actions that have been included within the latest version, how to use advanced edit dialog and working with the updated condition panel.