With the new Test Results Object introduced in both Lectora 16.1 and Lectora Online 3.1, you can actually have more than one of these objects on the Test Results page and choose which one to show using a conditional action. For instance, this example has two Test Results Objects on the Test Results page. When the student passes […]
Learn how to create surveys with Snap! by Lectora that can include a variety of question types. Survey results can be submitted to a custom database or sent to your learning management system.
Learn about creating gradeable quizzes in Snap! by Lectora that include a variety of question types. Quiz results can be submitted to a custom database or sent directly to your learning management system.
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.
Learn how to add tests and score them with Lectora. You can modify background colors and text styles for your tests.
Building drag and drop questions in Lectora adds an engaging alternative to your e-Learning course. Find out how here.
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 presentation, you will learn how to design basic Drag and 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 challenge your learners.
Learn how to cut development time using Lectora 11. With increased usability, a more intuitive interface and new easy-to-add objects, building courses has never been so quick, easy and fun. Discover features like Design Themes, Smart Text and the Question Creator, along with new objects, options and actions you might not even know exist.
All instructional designers include questions in our courses, but far too often we default to True or False and Multiple Choice. In this session, you will learn how to design interesting, engaging and effective questions for both interaction and assessment purposes. We’ll discuss some non-traditional ways to present traditional question types.