Tim Slade demonstrates how to create interactive blocks in Rise.
- [Instructor] In addition to adding text, images…and multimedia blocks to your custom lessons in Rise,…you can also add several different types…of interactive blocks.…So here I am in a custom blocks lesson that I'm creating…for my KinetECO New Employee Orientation course.…In this example, I've already created…a few different types of blocks.…Some with text, images,…and even an attachments block here.…Next, I'd like to add an interactive block…to let my learners explore KinetECO's various products.…To add a fourth block to this lesson,…I'll hover my mouse below my attachments block…and click on the plus icon here,…which will display the block's library.…
And in this demonstration, we're going to be…looking at the interactive category.…So I'll select that option here.…Now as it relates to interactive blocks,…we have several different types to choose from.…We can create an accordion interaction,…a tabbed interaction, and several different types…of flashcard interactions.…You can even create several different types…
- 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
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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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