Please join Trivantis Product Manager Daryl Fleary as he demonstrates the latest additions to Lectora 16.1.
Tim K. posted a sample on “How to use different settings for the display of test results.“ Thanks, Tim. This question does get asked from time-to-time: “How can you display full results for a passed test and only the score for a failed test.” Using “dummy tests” as described in Tim’s post was the only […]
This sample e-Learning course uses the Lectora Inspire tools – Camtasia, Flypaper, and SnagIt – to create an interactive and informative title containing images, buttons, media, attached documents and an assessment.
Learn how to add tests and score them with Lectora. You can modify background colors and text styles for your tests.
Pre-tests can be used to provide students an alternative method to complete a course and test out. In this session you’ll learn how to create custom variables, how to modify the test tracking variable, create test status navigation and how to successfully submit the pre-test score to a learning management system.
Lectora and Lectora Online have the ability to create randomized tests to help you create effective assessments for your learners. 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 session, we discuss conditional learning and the ways to limit the amount of instructional material presented to the learner to only what is minimally necessary. This includes tests where the number, order and difficult of questions will vary conditionally for each learner based on previous quiz scores and question-by-question responses.
Course evaluations are used to evaluate the usefulness of the course from the learner’s perspective. They can be instrumental in determining how learners reacted to: course instruction, instruction delivery and overall course structure. Basic design principles are important to understand when you’re creating surveys/evaluations. In this session you’ll learn solid instructional design practices for creating survey and survey-type questions in lectora. Plus, learn how to submit survey results to Google Drive.
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.