In today’s Inspiration Wednesday webinar, I discussed the basics of SCORM. We dove deep into the technical standard being used in eLearning. We discussed practical applications of SCORM. How does SCORM work in Lectora and Lectora Online? And what the future of SCORM looks like. SCORM settings are on therefore you may encounter errors trying […]
In this article you’ll learn how to add Storyline and Captivate courses into ReviewLink.
Utilizing notes in Lectora and Lectora Online is a great way to keep your ideas and team collaboration organized.
This video explains how to use the action “set tracking status” in Lectora and Lectora Online.
With Lectora Online, shared titles are kept in secure folders that you and your team manage. You can add and rename folders and designate which titles you want to share and with whom.
When you share a title, the users with whom you share the title can open, edit, and publish the title. You can designate levels of ownership of the title and apply or undo users’ changes to a checked-out title.
Additionally, you can share your title with external reviewers. An external reviewer can be anyone you want to review your title. They do not need to be members of your organization or existing Lectora Online users. Reviewers are granted free access to Lectora Online but are limited to viewing the title, adding notes within the title, viewing notes that others have added to the title, and previewing published pages. You can also specify when each reviewer’s access to the title should be revoked. Reviewers that you add will receive an email with instructions and temporary credentials to log on and get started.
Use the Version Control options to make sure titles are not overwritten. When you are ready to make changes to a shared title, you check out the title, add the changes, then check in the title. You can check out (and in) the entire title or a part of a title.
Assignments enable you to manage the work you need to get done. You can create assignments, assign them to your team members, and track progress. For the assignments assigned to you, you can change their status to indicate their progress. Users defined as Project Managers and Administrators can create assignments and assignment reports.
A status indicator is a graphic – presented in various states – that allows you to display the completion status of chapters, sections, pages, tests, test sections, and surveys. Although tracking the content visited by your users is automatic, you can manually add a status indicator to display the tracking status. Select from stock status indicators or create a custom status indicator that displays your own images.
Explore one of Lectora’s features: Status Tracking! What used to require a significant exercise in variable manipulation is now built into Lectora. The new Status Tracking feature in Lectora automatically keeps track of which chapters, sections and pages your learners have visited and completed. In this session, you’ll learn how to include Status Indicator objects in your titles, and how to use status actions and conditions to control the presentation of content and your students’ navigation.
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 month’s freebie is a sample title that demonstrates how you can use Lectora’s built-in completion status tracking to require prerequisite portions of a title to be completed before accessing other areas of the title. In this sample title, Chapters 1, 2, and 3 must be accessed and completed in order first. Once those chapters […]