In this interview with Trivantis Co-Founder John Blackmon, at DevLearn 2017, I talk to him about their new product, CenarioVR, for creating Virtual Reality scenarios for e-learning such as safety, security, loss prevention, etc. Scenario VR allows you to bring in 360-degree video as scenes, link them together, create hot spots, add questions, etc.
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 […]
Brandi shares her ideas of Lectora vs Storyline, her love of media production and the power of Lectora Online… At one point, we geeked out a bit on video editing but pay attention, video will be coming more and more to a desktop or device near you very soon…
Sergey Snegirev joins us for his fourth appearance on the show to talk about new features in BranchTrack as well as new developments for his company and Lectora including scenario-based learning.
This is a scenario style character dialog interaction with two characters. The learner must choose the correct response to a situation. To use a Lectora Online Library Object (.wwo), select Library Objects > Insert a Library Object on the Tools ribbon. On the dialog box that opens, click the Import From File button and browse […]