CommLab has mastered all versions of Lectora since 2006. We currently develop hundreds of courses in Lectora Inspire and Lectora Online, based on our customers’ requirements.
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A major challenge faced by one of our customers was that their LMS could not deliver various language versions of the same course as a single learning asset. So, the customer wanted us to develop a single course that can be accessed by its learners in multiple languages. They also wanted to the interface of the course to be able to switch between the languages of choice at any given point.
Using Lectora, we developed a single course with a multiple language interface that accommodated all required languages. Users could “switch” to other languages at any time as all the content was incorporated into one course shell. Completing the course in any language triggered ‘course completion’ in the LMS.
A customer wanted to create a course where the formative assessments needed to serve as summative assessments too. The tricky part was that when learners reattempt the quiz, they should only be served questions from the formative assessments without the accompanying content slides from the course.
We used Lectora to develop the course in such a way that only the questions that were answered incorrectly showed up for the reattempt, without the content slides. If learners did not clear the passing level in three attempts, they were asked to retake the course. The formative assessment was tracked and a final score was displayed at the end.
An insurance major wanted us to develop a course catering to audiences with varied accessibility requirements. The challenge was that the course had to include professional audio for most users, whereas hearing-impaired users needed the audio to be auto-muted for the course to meet accessibility standards.
We built the course in Lectora to meet the accessibility standards like closed captions, colors and image consistency. To deal with the challenge of audio not playing for the hearing-impaired and playing for the visually-impaired audience, we included an option at the beginning of the course where the user could choose between the audio version and the no audio version of the course.
When no audio was selected, the course automatically muted the voice and enabled closed captions with keyboard support and content focus.
A healthcare NGO develops assessments on various topics and rolls them out to users via their LMS. They wanted the LMS to track the responses for each question and then display them to the test takers.
A customer wanted us to develop a course in Lectora with a progress bar to orient the learner’s location in the course. Unlike other authoring tools, Lectora does not have an inbuilt progress bar. The customer also wanted the user to have free navigation within the course.
We first developed and inserted a customized progress bar within the course in Lectora. The progress bar displayed the course progress, no matter which slide the learner was on. Even if the learner navigated through the course non-linearly, the progress bar always reflected the number of slides completed.
Not only do we have in-depth technical expertise, but also provide our clients with comprehensive, end-to-end solutions that address their training requirements.
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