After you have created a course, you can enhance your course using basic editing and formatting functionality. For basic formatting functionality, refer to Editing and Formatting: Basics. In addition, you can edit course content to include such options as inserting text, images, pages, Microsoft PowerPoint content, Flash content, and video. Edits should be performed on content stored on your local computer.
Courses are made up of a course root page, lesson folders, pages (standard or interaction), and optional branching or assessment sections. Standard content pages can contain conceptual information about the course topic, and interaction pages quiz the end user on course materials. Results of the optional branching or assessment sections can be tracked and analyzed using a Learning Management System (LMS).
Lessons are similar to a chapter in a textbook. You can use lessons to introduce content, and then use pages to deliver topic details to the end user. The following is an illustration of a typical course hierarchy within the Course Editor:
Below is a "map' with the different terminology used when referring to courses.
Some of the editing and formatting functions available to you include:
- Insert text and images and apply formatting
- Import Microsoft PowerPoint content
- Import content from another uPerform course
- Insert hotspots and links
- Manage resources
- Embed Flash content
- Insert MP3 audio files
- Insert videos
- Create self-tests, and assessments for integration with an LMS
- Create branching sections
- Add page transitions
- Insert animations
- Change the page layout