Tim Slade explains how blocks can be used to create custom lessons with multiple types of media and interactions in Rise.
- [Instructor] As you start…to create your very first course in Rise,…you'll quickly learn that you have a lot…of different options for presenting your learning content.…Here I am in my KinetECO New Employee Orientation course…that I am building and so far,…I've been building each section of my course…using the pre-built lessons,…but now I'd like to show you a different lesson type…called Blocks.…If I scroll down here to the bottom of my lessons,…I've already added a section to explore KinetECO services…and to start, I'll go ahead…and add a new lesson called Our Products.…
Now before I actually create any content…for this new lesson,…I'd like to take a moment to show you how Blocks work…and how they're different from pre-built lessons.…So if I click on the Add Content button here,…these pre-built lessons have been what I've been using…to build my course content so far…and pre-built lessons are essentially templates…where you can enter your own content,…but you have limited control…over how much you can customize these lessons.…
- 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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