The Forum section is the most popular page on the Trivantis Community and for good reason. With over 2000 members, there is always someone available to help you work through issues, get feedback on a course, or just ask general eLearning questions. To get you started, here are some best practices to keep in mind while on the site.
Lectora and Lectora Online allow you to show custom test results by determining the behavior of quizzes/tests including whether test results will be shown to the student. With the Results Designer, how results are displayed is completely customizable. You can choose what data to show, the order in which the data is presented, how the text is styled, and even embed images within the results.
Lectora Inspire, Lectora Publisher, and Lectora Online include the option to submit your Test, Quiz, Survey, or Form Results to a Google Form that will create a Google Drive spreadsheet with all of the results listed. You can use a spreadsheet that you control on Google Drive to collect Lectora data instead of or in addition to using an LMS or custom server script.
This video guides you through creating a simple scenario. We’ll show how easy it is to create a scenario with two simple scenes. The scenes will contain hotspots that link to one another. Let’s get started!
When creating your scenario you have multiple options for adding objects to your scenes. For example hotspots, question cards, info cards, audio, images, and video. Info cards are text-based objects to share information with your learner and question cards is information that needs to be tested (graded or not). Both objects can be modified as need to give it a particular look and feel.
This sample e-Learning course showcases the many features and objects Lectora offer. It includes embedded and streaming audio and video, animations, custom buttons, web windows, social objects and all twelve of Lectora’s interactive question types. It also utilizes the powerful suite of actions and variables available with Lectora to create a highly interactive and engaging […]
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 […]
Comma-separated value (CSV) files are delimited text files containing questions that have been exported from spreadsheets like Microsoft Excel® and Google Sheets®. These files are useful for SME’s or other parties to create questions and tests, without requiring access to the application. It’s also a handy way to store your test information in a text format for review by auditors and stakeholders.
For contest 14 I created a course “All About Cheese”. I struggled on my subject matter but then decided to go for a quick course with a quiz on my favorite snack. I included a three question quiz with ranking, drag and drop, and multiple response questions. Enjoy!
Do you remember those dreaded words from school? Those words were always followed by mournful sighs. But for this contest, you get to be the one handing out the quiz.