At the risk of being greedy, here’s a second contest entry from a class I developed recently. Master Cannoli is a guide character I created for another course which —sadly, was retired, but he got new life in this newly created course for Demonstration Specialists.This is a stripped down version that skips a few sections, […]
This is a selection from a course about selling Dietary Supplements. I had to drop a bunch of elements for file size, but several choice moments of the guide character Rebecca are there as well as some interactive feedback. (Choose YES when she asks if Chad did anything wrong). REBECCA was a super fun character to […]
So, here is my contest entry. It’s only 4 pages, but hopefully it conveys the idea I’m going for. Basically, my character and theme are entwined, and while it starts out as a “guided tour” introducing you to the mechanisms for using the course, you will eventually be left to your own devices, only getting […]
In this short example you can see how shapes can be used to form people, avatars, characters…nearly anything you can think of. It just takes a little planning plus some trial and error (I think what you will see in this course could be polished a little, but hopefully it is enough that you get […]
For this month’s contest, I created myself as a character by converting a Lectora User Conference selfie into a vector image using only PowerPoint. It wasn’t easy and took about 45 minutes but I know now that if push came to shove I could make something on my own. I created a shortened video so […]
For Contest 21, we’re challenging you to come up with your own guide and show how you would incorporate him/her/it on at least 3 different pages of an eLearning module. But, there’s a catch—you cannot use any premade guides or character cutouts! Step away from the eLearning Brothers Cutout People library and embrace your creativity.
This library object demonstrates how you can use character poses and the Set Character Pose action to create an animated character. 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 […]
This is a scenario style character dialog interaction with two characters. The learner must choose the correct response to a situation. To use a Lectora Online Library Object (.wwo), select Library Objects > Insert a Library Object on the Tools ribbon. On the dialog box that opens, click the Import From File button and browse […]