Using variables in your title is easier than ever with inline variable replacement! Use the Variable drop-down list to select a variable and insert it directly into your text. Display the student’s name, test scores, or any other information.
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.
With Lectora’s Responsive Course Design you can control what information is provided to you learners depending on the type of device – desktop, tablet or smartphone – and orientation they are using. Current View the variable contains the name of the device and orientation currently being used to view the title. This will be one of the following values: Desktop, PhonePortrait, PhoneLandscape, TabletPortrait, and TabletLandscape. The Device Rotation trigger executes the action when the orientation of the user’s tablet or phone is rotated, for example from horizontal/landscape to vertical/portrait. Actions with this trigger can be applied to organizational levels, such as the title, chapters, sections, and pages, and the object level (images, buttons, and text).
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 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 interactive screen was used in a training module regarding Information & Data Security. Click on items that appear to be potential data security issues to find 6 issues. Find the correct 6 items and get a message that explains more about the item. Try to move forward before finding all six and you will […]
Simple demo for building buttons that only work if some text is entered in a box.
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 article talks about the various actions you can complete by using a question variable.
Don’t let variables get you down. In this post we’ll look at what is a variable?