Tim Slade demonstrates how to create a text block in Rise.
- [Instructor] Here I am in my first Blocks lesson type…which I want to use to introduce my learners…to Connectico products in this…new employee orientation course that I'm creating.…Now to create my first Block, I'll start by clicking…on the Plus icon here which will show…all of the different options available to me.…In this demonstration, I'd like to start by showing you…the various block types for adding text.…This includes the categories…for text, statement, quote, and list.…Regardless of which block type you choose to work with…for adding text, they all work more or less the same.…
It's just a matter of how Rise…displays the text on the screen.…Here in the first category of text blocks,…aptly named Texts, we have several options and variations…of different blocks of text some with text and a heading,…some with a heading by itself, even some with columns.…For the Statements category, again, we have various options…for the way these blocks of text are displayed.…These statement options are formatted in such a way…
- 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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