Objectives: Use open-ended questions. Add YouTube Video Add Interview question Add Report page to support reporting to learning management system. Advertisements
Objectives: Use True and False, Matching and Categorization question types. Create Table of Contents entry
Objectives: Describe how to add a Gate in order to branch a student to the appropriate level. Review basic Gate options.
Objectives: Describe how to convert the ActivityMaker template into a project. Add text, and simple question types to a project. Save and preview project.
Introduction LodeStar 7.3 organizes many new features that were introduced to the eLearning authoring tool both in the past year and more recently. The biggest changes and improvements come in the form of widgets, which are activities that you can … Continue reading
Embedding MediaSpace Videos Kaltura MediaSpace is a wonderful video portal, but linking to MediaSpace videos from LodeStar can be a little tricky. The simplest — but not the most effective — way is to take the embed code that MediaSpace … Continue reading
Introduction Some of the features that we explore below are new to LodeStar. Others are features that appeared several builds ago, but instructors may still not be aware of them. There is no particular ordering to the new features. Some … Continue reading
There are two ways to link a PDF (or any other web friendly file) to a LodeStar ActivityMaker page. The first way involves copying the PDF to the root directory of the project so that PDF always remains with the … Continue reading
Launch LodeStar and choose a project based on the ActivityMaker template. Add a new page to your project. Select the page type ‘Video’ (not Video Scenario). Copy the URL (the address) from YouTube. Notice the screen shot below. Copy the … Continue reading
Introduction The LodeStar eLearning authoring tool strikes a balance between author control over projects and ease of use. Many authoring tools provide pixel perfect control over every element. That’s fine for instructional designers, but faculty authors may need pre-configured templates, … Continue reading