The 2016 LUC inspired me replace the traditional question and answer test with a game. This ‘course,’ which was shortened for this contest, could be full of content (here it is only one page, plus the game) and the learner is presented with a game at the end with a chance to win (and show […]
Progress Bars can be used for a variety of different purposes in a Lectora title. From basic Progress Bars designed to indicate student progress through a course or chapter, to revealing graphic images, Progress Bars are limited only by your imagination. In this course, you will learn to create Progress Bars using the title’s pages, […]
Signposts and Breadcrumbs are small references to the current and/or previous location in your title, such as the name of a Chapter, Section, or Page. This helps the learner internally organize the information and retrieve knowledge. In this course, you will learn how to use Lectora’s Reserved Variables to create Signposts (“You Are Here”) and […]
Menus are typically used for navigation to the Chapters and Sections within a title. But Menus can also be used creatively for organizational charts, decision trees and questions. In this course, you will see a variety of uses for Menus. You will learn how to create a Menu and determine its appearance; selecting the layout, […]
Move To and Size To actions in Lectora can easily bring life to your titles. These actions allow you to change the position and/or resize objects on a page. In this course you will learn how to create the Move To and Size To actions to enhance interactivity within your course.