Lectora allows you to add styles and effects to images, shapes and buttons. Find out how to use these in your e-learning courses.
Vaast is a central online repository to create, manage, track, and find digital media assets, including images, audio and video.
This title contains 4 examples of how you can create image-based questions. For True or False, Multiple Choice, or Multiple Response questions, you would normally interact with the standard radio buttons or check boxes. In these examples, we’re hiding the interactive parts of the question objects and using Image Buttons instead. We then pass the […]
Knitters — like me — can get anxious when we want to create handmade items for our family and friends for the holidays. Some even start knitting months in advance! In this course, I thought it would be fun to display some ideas of what to knit. Of course, time is limited, so the items are […]
I created this quick example to show a customer how to use muliple status indicators to hold up navigation until all content has been reviewed. This basic template includes an introduction page, four pages of placeholder content, and a chapter review with status indicators. All pages must be reviewed before the button to show the […]
You asked for it—you got it! The release of Lectora Online 3.2 includes many of the visual effects improvements you’ve requested. Daryl Fleary demonstrates the latest additions to Lectora Online
You can clean-up the unused files that no longer appear in your title and reduce your file size.
Every month, we include a giveaway in our eNewsletter—the Fab Freebie. For the June Fab Freebie, we built an animated office environment using images from the eLearning Brothers stock library. Download the Lectora 12 library object to use it in your own course! To use a Lectora Desktop Library Object (.awo), simply drag and drop […]
Use image effects to easily crop images directly on the page to improve the framing or to better highlight the subject matter.
Select from various options to add images into your course. Then, within Lectora, update the images as needed.