The user can access editable content (projects, sections, resources, effects) already created by the LIVRESQ team. The user can add this content to his personal/commercial projects.
Access from Organizer - Templates
The user can add images to build the course/lesson.
Galleries are groups of images that the user can add to the educational material that is being built.
Textboxes are used to add text (with multiple types of formats and styles) to a course.
Quizzes are the bread and butter of eLearning Courses.
Types of quizzes that can be inserted in the LIVRESQ Author:
The user can add videos to the course in two ways:
The user can add any type of attachment to his course/lesson.
Users can add audio files to the eLearning course/lesson.
The file must be .mp3
The user can add hyperlinks on any type of resource.
Easily found in the Properties Panel - Action button.
Pop-ups are windows that have other resources in them (images, videos, quizzes, tables, textboxes, etc).
In LIVRESQ Author they are accessed through the "Launch resource" action.
The user can add a GIF like he would add a normal image resource (it is the same process).
GIFs are animations composed of multiple images tied together.
iFrames are boxes with content that it is streamed directly from another external website.
Any type of content can be accessed like this as long as the website that has the content is online.
Tables are cells arranged in rows and columns.
The user can insert a table by adding a textbox resource and then selecting table from the new menu.
Effects are animations (Transitions) that can be applied to any structure component or resource. They trigger when to user first seas the item in a page. Examples below.
The LIVRESQ Author is Web-Based.
It is accessed via a web browser. Popular browsers include:
Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge.
SCORM is an important standard in the eLearning Industry.
Most eLearning specialists are required to build courses in authoring tools that can produce SCORM packages. This allows a SCORM compliant LMS to effectively communicate with the course.
Users can export each LIVRESQ course as an HTML5 package.
They can then place the package wherever they desire.
Works offline also.
The user can publish to his private shelf from LIVRESQ. Each training material will receive a secret link that can be accessed from anywhere.
Users can change the look and feel of the LIVRESQ course, either by selecting the desired theme or setting their own colors and styles.
Best place to change them globally is the Preferences Section of each Project.
Users that have content made with InDesign can export the .epub from there.
Then import the .epub file directly in LIVRESQ, where the material can be further structured, edited and made interactive.
Build once, publish the course for multiple platforms.
LIVRESQ courses work on desktops, tablets and phones.
During the building process of the course, by clicking the "Preview" button you can see exactly how the course will behave for multiple platforms and devices.
Each LIVRESQ course is responsive, so it will look great on any device, no matter the size of the screen or resolution.
No course is complete without a table of contents.
In LIVRESQ you can insert a table of contents in the Workshop section of each project.
Depending on the branding requirements, each LIVRESQ course can make use of the Themes available.
Themes affect both colors and styles of the course. Multiple themes can be used in the same course.
Each LIVRESQ project or section can be shared with other contributors so everyone can do the work at the same time.
Works very well when different people are in charge of different chapters.
You can apply filters, you can draw over the image, you can write over the image, you can put geometric shapes, you can rotate the image. You can resize the image, you can clean the image (by filling it with white), you can insert photos into the image as stickers.
The user can insert and edit complex formulas with a simple drag and drop interface.
Once a LIVRESQ course is build, you can share it with anyone that you like.
You can do it privately through the download option or you can make it public through the LIVRESQ Library.
This can be done with a simple copy-paste action.
You select what you want to copy and then paste it in the new location, works with all the sections and the resources.
Triggers are actions that can be attached to certain resources like images and texts.
Disconnect Shield detects if the user from the course is no longer connected to the internet and warns him.
Keep Alive detects if the user is inactive in the course and if enough time passes, it closes the course.
This to avoid logging time for the course completion when reporting to an LMS.
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