This sample e-Learning course contains examples of tests, buttons, menus, rollovers and more. The sample includes the completed title as well as a comprehensive tutorial to help you recreate this course.
This sample title contains a number of interactivity examples, a graded assessment and various types of media such as images, audio, video and Flash animations. The sample includes all source files for download.
Web accessibility is an important part of the development process that should be considered with your initial course design. In this course, you will learn specific methods and examples to help you create accessible content. Discover the steps you can take in Lectora to further ensure that your title meets the Section 508 requirements as […]
This sample e-Learning course uses the Lectora Inspire tools – Camtasia, Flypaper, and SnagIt – to create an interactive and informative title containing images, buttons, media, attached documents and an assessment.
Creating content for tablets is not much different from creating content for traditional computers and laptops. However, there are several design guidelines that will help you along the way, and keep you from doing any unnecessary troubleshooting. Run this guide from a tablet such as an iPad, and you’ll learn what to avoid and what […]
Get this premium Side Bar Viewer from the eLearning Brothers, available for both Lectora® V11 and Lectora® Online. It has a great animation that builds the slide, offers you four editable sections and is very easy to customize!
This example of just-in-time m-Learning is designed and developed for mobile devices. The course showcases finger-friendly custom menus and navigation, embedded video, image and text transitions, pop-ups, and more. For the best viewing experience, access this course on a smartphone.
This title contains several examples of how Lectora’s Status Indicator objects can be used to track progress throughout a course.
This is an example of how you can combine Lectora transitions, the Move and Resize actions, and timing to create a flashy intro animation. To use a Lectora Online Library Object (.wwo), select Library Objects > Insert a Library Object on the Tools ribbon. On the dialog box that opens, click the Import From File […]
This is an interaction that demonstrates how you can scroll through a series of images or other content without leaving the current page. To use a Lectora Online Library Object (.wwo), select Library Objects > Insert a Library Object on the Tools ribbon. On the dialog box that opens, click the Import From File button […]