Flashcard Interaction

This flashcard interaction chooses a random card from the deck and presents it to the learner for each iteration until all cards have been viewed. The learner can flip each card over and self score the card. A custom progress bar keeps track of how many cards the learner knows for each round.

To use a Lectora Desktop Library Object (.awo), simply drag and drop the .awo file into the open Lectora application and it will expand in the Title Explorer of the current title automatically.

For more information about using, saving, reusing, and sharing Lectora Library Objects for both Lectora Desktop and Lectora Online, see this article from the Knowledge Base.


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  1. Profile photo of Mkia

    I love new options and new design! Looking forward to see all novelties in knowledge base and try them on. This one gives a lot of possibilities already…:)

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    Jurg van der Vlies

    Great upload. It gives detailed information about plotting actions to make great flashcards. Thanks for sharing Wendy

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    Laura Gillenwater

    This is great, but what would make really awesome would be if, after making one pass through all of the cards, it would then keep cycling through the “didn’t get it” cards until they all became “got it” cards. If it could do that, I would be thrilled (and I know exactly where I want to use it, too)!

    Thanks for all of these goodies, Wendy – can’t wait to start using some of them! 🙂

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      Wendy Miller Post author

      Great idea, Laura! I think I can modify it to make it behave that way. I will put it at the top of my list to make another version of the flashcard interaction that does what you’re describing! Thanks for the great suggestion! 🙂

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