Join Pooja Jaisingh for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Captivate Projects: Drag-and-Drop Interactions.
- Thanks for watching this course…and creating those fun drag and drop interactions with me.…Hopefully you have a better idea of how to incorporate…interactivity in your Captivating learning courses.…To further hone your Captivate skills,…I would recommend watching…Captivate Projects: Mobile and Responsive Design…with Anastacia McCune for getting techniques…for creating and publishing mobile-friendly…interactive Captivate projects.…I would also recommend Anastacia's other courses,…Captivate Projects: Software Simulations…and Captivate Projects: Publishing for Mobile and the Web.…
I wish you the best in creating your own…drag and drop interactions. Happy Captivating!…
- Creating your first drag-and-drop interaction
- Building a drag-and-drop question
- Categorizing draggables and drop targets
- Setting acceptance and rejection behaviors
- Assigning actions
- Providing feedback via captions and audio
- Setting interaction-level actions
- Defining the correct answers
- Advanced drag-and-drop interactions
Skill Level Intermediate
Captivate Projects: Software Simulationswith Anastasia McCune2h 47m Appropriate for all
Instructional Design Essentials: Storyboardingwith Daniel Brigham1h 14m Appropriate for all
1. Creating a Drag-and-Drop Interaction
2. Creating Questions and Practice Activities
3. Applying Effects
4. Categorizing Objects
5. Acceptance and Rejection Settings
6. Providing Feedback
7. Interaction-Level Settings
8. Defining the Correct Answer Set(s)
9. Taking the Interaction to the Next Level
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