Building drag and drop questions in Lectora adds an engaging alternative to your e-Learning course. Find out how here.
Using Lectora Online I created a course showcasing my love of actions. Enjoy!
One of the things that I love about Lectora is the ability to add actions. Actions are a really neat way to add some “spice” to your course. And they are just plain fun. Grab some headphones and enjoy. Shout-out to the actions! Woot, woot!
For Community Contest 27, create a short eLearning module highlighting something you love. Are you loving actions? What about variables? How about a specific style of development like video training? You could even go literal and make a Valentine’s Day e-card. Share it with us and tell us why you love Lectora!
For Community Contest 26, create a short eLearning module highlighting something you new you learning in Instructional Design, eLearning, or Lectora. Did you master actions? Or find a new and interesting way to use variables? How about learning to add extra code in your course? It could be as simple as designing or creating something you’re really proud of. Share it with your peers and tell us why!
Lectora Inspire users can easily create and import scenario-based exercises using the BranchTrack application. The projects you create download directly to your page. And when changes are needed, this fully integrated feature provides one-click, roundtrip editing capability. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions to help get you started.
For Community Contest 25, create a short eLearning module on anything food-related. Why not include a step-by-step guide for your favorite recipe or use your phone to capture cheap and easy photos. For inspiration check out our Let’s Cook course.
For Community Contest 24, create a short eLearning module on anything fall-related. It should be interactive and include lots of graphics or a helpful video. Don’t forget to share your creation with friends, family, and peers on social media or your website.
For Contest 23 I invite you to take a trip around the world to learn more about five birthday ‘traditions.’ Each of the five countries features a YouTube video that can be played to learn more. Some extra treasures are hidden within the course. It is not mobile, and the sources for the content can […]