What I love most about Lectora is the ability to customize and adapt to specific needs within the program. Whether that is through actions, variables, or some other method, I have seen very few things that can’t be accomplished through the tools within Lectora. For my entry, I decided to challenge myself by building a […]
For Community Contest 27, create a short eLearning module highlighting something you love. Are you loving actions? What about variables? How about a specific style of development like video training? You could even go literal and make a Valentine’s Day e-card. Share it with us and tell us why you love Lectora!
Ok guys, I am still new to all of this but I’m trying to create some pretty advanced actions. Please look at the image I attached for the notes. I am also attaching the final product.
Hello Gang, I’m having a bit of a problem. I was wondering if anyone else has run in to the problem of using a list to call up different text or functions and had over half of them not work? So here is what I’m trying to do… I have a forms drop list of […]
In response to Contest 13: An eLearning Guide to Summer Fun I created a travel guide for all the places I want to visit in London (and the surrounding areas). As you’ll see on the “Why London?” page this trip has been a dream of mine since 1996. (Please don’t judge me on the dorkiness!) I […]
Title to demonstrate how the completion of certain actions on a page can be saved in the page status. By this a user wouldn’t have to repeat those actions on page he has completed during a previous visit.
The course demonstrates how a commenting feature may be set up, so users can take and print notes.
Steps in the correct sequence
This month’s freebie is an example of how you could implement an in-course student notes feature to allow your learners to takes notes within the course on any page and print them out later. Click the Download Lectora File button to download the Lectora v16 AWT, or click the Student Notes Feature_LO button below the […]
This article talks about the various actions you can complete by using a question variable.