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 […]
My department is about to expand its capabilities by adding a BranchTrack license to our developer’s toolbox, so this was a great opportunity for me to actually get into the workings and see what kind of capability the tool has. Once you get past how intimidating all of the lines are between your scenes and […]
In honor of Lectora® 17’s new integration with BranchTrack, we decided to focus on branching scenarios for Contest 17. Your challenge: create a short example of branched learning in Lectora using our newest Inspire Tool: BranchTrack.
Lectora Inspire users can easily create and import scenario-based exercises using the BranchTrack application—now integrated into Lectora! The projects you create download directly to your page. And when changes are needed, this fully integrated feature provides one-click, roundtrip editing capability. In this session, BranchTrack founder and CEO Sergey Snegirev will discuss how—and why—you should create engaging eLearning scenarios and implement them into your Lectora content.
Take a quick pre-assessment, then based on your results, the course will prescribe what you need to review in order to complete the course. The Forward navigation will branch you to only those prescribed topics necessary for completion, skipping those you mastered in the pre-assessment. However, you can also review any topic by using the […]
DO you want to build a snowman? This interactive course with branching AND drag and drop questions allows you to build your own snowman! Vector graphics from freepik.com. Most of the backgrounds are created with basic shapes and clipart in Lectora Online.
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.
The next contest features mastering the art of branching! Take any subject you choose and create a course showing how you can make an interaction interesting, a simulation superb, and content creative.
I’m sure there’s some rule about Trivantis employees not being allowed to win, but I couldn’t resist creating a short course for such a fun theme! Comic books were a great idea Jennie! 🙂 Can I claim I made a branching scenario if there’s only two, very very short paths? Contest description here: http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/contest-2-comic-book-courses/
This sample course was designed and developed in Lectora using Responsive Course Design (RCD). The course showcases swipe gestures for navigation, branching navigation, drag and drop interactions, status indicator icons and multiple question types. Check it out now by accessing the course on a smartphone using the QR Code. Note: Within the Download folder is a Lectora […]