I shared my favorite ways to save time with Lectora Online during an eLearning Brother’s webinar today. Here’s my tips and tricks when trying to save time in Lectora Online.
A custom progress bar may be used for many things including showing progress in a non-linear title or as a visual reference for any number of things. You can associate a variable with a custom progress bar and use the Step Progress Bar Position action to determine what direction the bar will move.
Pre-tests can be used to provide students an alternative method to complete a course and test out. In this session you’ll learn how to create custom variables, how to modify the test tracking variable, create test status navigation and how to successfully submit the pre-test score to a learning management system.
This is your creativity zone! Use the Scenario Editor to build an interactive, immersive, and effective scenario. Add scenes, provide interactivity, publish, and share. Let’s take a quick look at CenarioVR’s dashboard.
We decided early on to put a personal touch into our courses and walk users through the navigation. Using GoAnimate, I put together an avatar of myself and recorded the audio so I personally could instruct users through the nuances of navigation – so yes, that’s me.It helps that I developed the course, so I actually […]
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 […]
In this free webinar, Jennifer Valley, Trivantis Community Manager, will take you on a tour of the Trivantis Community. You’ll learn how to make the most of your Community experience, from basic navigation to the Lectora Contest series and how you can earn badges for Community activity. Plus, get tips for building your profile by sharing content and networking with fellow eLearning developers.
This is a module template based on the Tabbed Pages Interaction by @wendymiller. I really liked the interaction, but thought that it could also be used for chapter navigation. I also make use of Lectora’s Status Indicator Objects for at-a-glance progress tracking on a chapter progress page. The five available chapters culminate in a final sixth “completion” chapter… […]
This month’s freebie is in honor of the release of both Lectora Online and Lectora 16 with Responsive Course Design (RCD). The zip files contain an RCD course theme in 3 color schemes with custom slide-in menu with status indicators. The preview shows the Red color scheme. To preview on a device, scan the QR […]
I am wondering how many Lectora users have encountered this scenario during course development (?): You have defined your navigation buttons Next and Back at the title level to Go To the Next Page and Go To the Previous Page, respectfully. And then, on any one particular page, you need your Next Button or your […]