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How-To Course: Take a Trip and Learn New Lectora Version 11
Get up to speed with Lectora V11. Use this self-paced product demonstration to learn the new features available in the latest version of Lectora. Begin your tour with the Lectora Flight Plan and earn a stamp on your passport as you complete each leg. When your passport is full, you'll be ready to embark on your own development with Lectora V11!
File Size: 14.2 MB
How-To Course: Creating Content for Tablets - A Designer's Guide
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 to embrace when creating your own tablet-friendly content.
File Size: 10.41 MB
How-To Course: Developing Accessible Content in Lectora
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 well as conformance Level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.
File Size: 13.6 MB
How-To Course: Move To & Size To Actions
Move To and Size To actions in Lectora can easily bring life to your titles. These actions allow you to change the position and/or resize objects on a page. In this course you will learn how to create the Move To and Size To actions to enhance interactivity within your course.
File Size: 2.58 MB
How-To Course: Signposts & Breadcrumbs
Signposts and Breadcrumbs are small references to the current and/or previous location in your title, such as the name of a Chapter, Section, or Page. This helps the learner internally organize the information and retrieve knowledge. In this course, you will learn how to use Lectora’s Reserved Variables to create Signposts (“You Are Here”) and Breadcrumbs (“You Were Here).
File Size: 2 MB
How-To Course: Progress Bars
Progress Bars can be used for a variety of different purposes in a Lectora title. From basic Progress Bars designed to indicate student progress through a course or chapter, to revealing graphic images, Progress Bars are limited only by your imagination. In this course, you will learn to create Progress Bars using the title’s pages, a specified amount of time, or your own criteria.
File Size: 1.6 MB
How-To Course: Menus
Menus are typically used for navigation to the Chapters and Sections within a title. But Menus can also be used creatively for organizational charts, decision trees and questions. In this course, you will see a variety of uses for Menus. You will learn how to create a Menu and determine its appearance; selecting the layout, as well as the Menu’s text and background colors, images, highlights, separators and borders.