If you have a Lectora v12 or greater license key you can tell your version just by looking at the license key. Lectora v12 license keys always start with “LI12” or “LP12”. The “LI” stands for Lectora Inspire and “LP” stands for Lectora Publisher. The “12” means it’s for version 12. Lectora v16 license keys always start with “LI16” or “LP16” and Lectora v17 keys always starts with “LI17” or “LP17”.
This one-page title provides an example of a video that includes closed caption text for Section 508 and WCAG compliance. The closed_caption.xml document attached via the Add Captions button on the video Properties ribbon demonstrates how you can also style the text of the captions. Click the Download Lectora File button on the right to […]
This sample title contains a drop-down list object, actions, and script that will allow you to change the size of the text in any text block without scaling the entire page. This is useful for titles that need to be WCAG/508 compliant. To use it, copy and paste the Drop-down List object, External HTML Object header script, […]
These Library Objects demonstrate how you can show visual feedback (in this case a check mark or an X) for individual items in both a Multiple Response question and a Matching question. To use a Lectora Online Library Object (.wwo), select Library Objects > Insert a Library Object on the Tools ribbon. On the dialog box […]
Every month, we include a giveaway in our eNewsletter—the Fab Freebie. For the July Fab Freebie, we built a seamless repeating slideshow using images from the 2015 Lectora User Conference in Nashville. This animation can be customized with your images to work for any type of course. To use a Lectora Online Library Object (.wwo), […]
I often get asked, “How can I create a Fill in the Blank question that contains multiple blanks?” With Lectora desktop V11 and higher and Lectora Online V2 it’s easier than ever! Just add the required number of entry fields to your page, then collect the variable values from each (using the Advanced Text Edit […]
This drag and drop puzzle interaction can be used as a novel way to introduce content to learners. This is the Multi-drop version in which the puzzle pieces can be dropped on any drop target. The interaction was created using an ungraded Drag and Drop Question object. Download the Photoshop template file to create puzzle pieces […]
This drag and drop puzzle interaction can be used as a novel way to introduce content to learners. This is the Single-drop version in which the puzzle pieces can only be dropped on a single drop target. The interaction was created using a series of ungraded Drag and Drop Question objects. Download the Photoshop template […]
Reinforcing and evaluating learning through game playing is a technique we’ve used since we were children. And, simply put, games can make learning more fun! In this sample course, you’ll learn several methods to create games, including using Lectora’s built-in Flash games as well as building your own, custom games using actions and variables.