Learn about how to add various types of audio and video including how to stream YouTube within a course.
Add interesting design elements with shapes and lines you can customize within Lectora.
Add interactivity using text, stock, transparent, and image buttons.
Actions are your key to creating interactivity. This video explains the basics of how to apply them.
Lectora’s menus, status indicators, and progress bars are great ways to give your learners a visual cue as to where they are in a course.
Lectora variables are logical objects within a title that enable you to store, modify, and test values of numbers or strings during the runtime of a published title. You can conditionally perform actions in a title based on variable values, and you can also display variable values to the user. There are two types of variables: reserved and user-defined.
Lectora includes five work modes that you can use to edit, view, and test your content. Each mode can be accessed from the View tab, status bar, and/or by selecting the corresponding keyboard shortcut.
When you’ve finished your course and are ready to publish, Lectora offers multiple formats. These include ReviewLink, Offline, to the Web or HTML, CourseMill or CourseMill wave, AICC, SCORM, or XAPI. To publish your title you have two options. You can select Publish from the Home ribbon or the Quick Access Toolbar.
Lectora’s Responsive Course Design, or RCD, is an approach to creating content that allows for an optimal user experience across a wide variety of devices, including phones, tablets, and desktops. The content should be usable across these devices with a minimum of zooming or panning, allowing the user to get the best content experience available on each device.
This game can be used to give your learners a short break during a lengthy course, or just for some added fun! The game uses geometrically shaped buttons for hidden spots in a picture as well as timer objects for extra scoring. We’re providing two versions of the game. In the randomized version, each level […]