In response to Contest 13: An eLearning Guide to Summer Fun I created a travel guide for all the places I want to visit in London (and the surrounding areas). As you’ll see on the “Why London?” page this trip has been a dream of mine since 1996. (Please don’t judge me on the dorkiness!) I […]
Title to demonstrate how the completion of certain actions on a page can be saved in the page status. By this a user wouldn’t have to repeat those actions on page he has completed during a previous visit.
The course demonstrates how a commenting feature may be set up, so users can take and print notes.
Steps in the correct sequence
This month’s freebie is an example of how you could implement an in-course student notes feature to allow your learners to takes notes within the course on any page and print them out later. Click the Download Lectora File button to download the Lectora v16 AWT, or click the Student Notes Feature_LO button below the […]
A user defined variable is when you need to store a value for later use and there is currently nowhere else to store it. You can create your own storage unit out of thin air!
Don’t let variables get you down. In this post we’ll look at what is a variable?
The Variable Manager allows you to view all of the Reserved variables associated with a Lectora title, as well as view, create, modify, and delete User-Defined variables.
Reinforcing and evaluating learning through game playing is a technique we’ve used since we were children. And, simply put, games can make learning more fun! In this sample course, you’ll learn several methods to create games, including using Lectora’s built-in Flash games as well as building your own, custom games using actions and variables.