Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Inserting interactive elements, part of Up and Running with Captivate 6.
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For those of you who've ever used PowerPoint to relay information to learners,…know that the big difference between PowerPoint and Captivate is the ability to…create interaction, so your learners actually participate, and have control over…what they are learning and seeing on the screen.…We've already seen some of the interactions, including buttons;…we added a widget in the last lesson for printing.…Now we're going to look at some other interactions here as we continue to work…with our Volunteer Orientation project.…Now, if you need to get caught up with me, go ahead to the Chapter3 folder of the…Exercise Files, and open up Volunteer_orientation_SAMOCA14.…
We're going to go to slide number 9, which is our Vision slide.…This is an imported Photoshop file. It looks great; we altered it slightly.…Now, if we were to preview this by clicking the Preview button, and choose From…this Slide, there is a slight timing on this slide, so eventually this slide…disappears, and we move on to the next slide, where our quiz is going to begin.…
The course shows how to make a presentation from scratch or with built-in themes, import Photoshop images and PowerPoint slides, and add interest with animation, widgets, and video. It also demonstrates how to prepare for and record a software simulation, synchronize video, add audio, and build quizzes into your project.
- What is eLearning?
- Choosing a workspace
- Adding text, shapes, and images to projects
- Linking in Captivate
- Inserting interactive elements
- Using built-in actors
- Adding voiceover to projects
- Using different question types on quizzes
- Scoring tests and quizzes