Tim Slade demonstrates how to create a labeled graphic lesson in Rise.
- [Narrator] For this next lesson in my course,…I want to create an interactive lesson…to introduce my learners to KinetECO's leadership team.…In this case, I think a labeled graphic lesson…will let me do just that.…As you can see, I've already created a lesson title…for our leadership here.…So I'll go ahead and click the add content button…and select labeled graphic…from the prebuilt lesson section here.…I've already drafted a description for this lesson,…so I'll go ahead and paste it here.…How does a labeled graphic interaction work?…A labeled graphic interaction is pretty simple.…
You can upload an image here…and position these interactive markers…to highlight points of interest.…Obviously, this isn't the image we want to use…for this interaction.…We can replace it by scrolling down to the bottom here…and selecting the change image button,…and uploading a new image.…All right, so now that we've swapped out the image,…let's set up our markers.…Now when you create a labeled graphic,…you are given two markers by default…
- What is Rise?
- Making courses responsive for mobile devices
- Touring the Rise interface
- Creating a new Rise course
- Creating and managing lessons
- Customizing lessons
- Using blocks
- Customizing theme, navigation, and label settings
- Sharing and exporting your project
Skill Level Advanced
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Rise
2. Creating a Lesson
3. Customizing Lessons
4. Course Settings
5. Sharing and Exporting Your Project
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