The best way to learn to use a system is to, well, use the system. But that is not always efficient, practical, or safe. The next best thing is for learners to pretend they are using the system in a simulated environment, with evaluated input and feedback. In this session, our Product Manager Daryl Fleary will discuss how to use screen captures, form objects, and questions to create realistic application simulations in Lectora and Lectora Online.
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.
Check out one of the source files from the recent Inspiration Wednesday, mLearning Mastery: How to Make eLearning for Every Device (Example Included!), (watch it here: http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/mlearning-mastery-make-elearning-every-device-example-included/). Also included is a Lectora Online package.
This example demonstrates that you can insert images within text blocks so that they can be scrolled. This is useful for things like software simulations with long menus or any image that you would not want to scale down to fit within the height of the page. To insert an image into a text block, […]
For Contest 12 I originally struggled with the concept. After some time on Pinterest and a conversation with co-workers I decided to explore the idea of using checkboxes and radio buttons in the context of a menu or restaurant. When I was developing the course I thought it would be a cool idea to incorporate […]