Hotspot Images and Image Label Drag both require the learner to interact with an image to select the correct locations on the image. Hotspot Image questions require the learner to click the correct locations, while Image Label Drag questions display the titles of each hotspot on the image in a numbered list and require the learner to drag the numbers to the correct location on the image.
The process of creating both questions is the same except the option Enable Dragging is disabled for Hots...
Mike Simmons joins us to talk about organization enablement and how L&D is uniquely positioned to blend the best of Knowledge Management, Performance Improvement, and Learning & Development into a cohesive solution that enables all employees to be their best and provide the most value to their organizations.
This new question page is forms-based like the Fill in the Blanks exercise activity on the Engage tab. It provides a simpler approach to setting up a Fill in The Blanks question page than the already-available Fill in the Blanks question pages.
This new Question Page can be used as a scored Assessment question or as a non-scored Practice page.
Diane Elkins joins us to debunk the common myths and excuses used to avoid creating fully accessible learning experiences. She's an experienced elearning development professional who's been at the helm of Artisan Learning for 20 years. Join us for this important and informative conversation.
Dr. Patti Shank joins us to discuss some of the mental processing models you can use to your advantage when producing videos. She reads ALL the research so we don't have too. Join us for another IDIODC with Patti as she continues to help the L&D community apply the research to all that we do.
Nancy Bacon has committed her professional career in L&D to supporting nonprofits. She joins us to share her insights into this world and how you can benefit from knowing a little more about them. Join us for this unique look into the world of L&D and nonprofits.
Mike Hruska joins us to geek out on the future of our work in L&D. He's been on the forefront of every new technology shift L&D has experienced since before SCORM. As a technologist, he's the perfect person to discuss L&Ds future with us.
Cammy Bean join us to talk about her journey as she launches the 2nd edition of her book. We'll also talk about the many hats of instructional design and the growing ecosystem of technology that has expanded the number of hats needing to be worn.
Craig Weiss joins IDIODC to talk about the changes in technology that are changing the landscape of L&D and corporate training. The current state of the L&D industry is something we all live everyday in the work we do. But those experiences are different for each of us.
The 5 Moments of Need exist in every department of every enterprise, and requires a strong and efficient learning ecosystem. Bob Mosher is the founding member at 5 Moments of Need and joins us to share his experiences putting these philosophies into practice.