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1 The e-learning platform for creating online courses fast and easy User Guide January Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

2 WELCOME USER... 3 USER ACTIVATION... 3 ACCESSING QUICKLESSONS... 4 DID YOU FORGET SOMETHING?... 6 MAIN CONSOLE... 7 START & NAVIGATION MENUS... 9 CREATING COURSES AND LEARNING OBJECTS OPENING COURSES AND LEARNING OBJECTS REGARDING LEARNING OBJECTS REGARDING COURSE PRIVACY CREATING A STYLE STEP 1: FRAME STEP 2: RESOURCES CHOOSING A LOGO STEP 3: PALETTES STEP 4: TEXTS STEP 5: CHARACTERS CREATING THE COURSE TREE ADDING LEVELS DELETING LEVELS CREATING CONTENT ADDING NEW SCENES ELEMENTS OF A TEMPLATE EDITING A TEMPLATE MANAGING ASSETS ADDING A NEW ASSET OPENING ASSETS ADDING AND DELETING LEARNING OBJECTS TO COURSES ADDING LEARNING OBJECTS DELETING LOS CREATING EXERCISES AND QUIZZES EDITING AN EXERCISE CREATING A QUIZ EDITING A QUIZ CREATING AN EVALUATION EXERCISES AND QUESTIONS ADDING A QUESTION POOL ADDING EVALUATIONS SETTING MANDATORY QUESTIONS SETTING A MINIMUM SCORE EXPORTING EXPORTING COURSES CREATING A COURSE PACKAGE CONTACT US Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

3 Welcome User Welcome to QuickLessons! This is a step by step Guide with all the information you need to fully enjoy your experience with QuickLessons. Please read carefully and follow the steps below. If you have any questions, please contact us at User Activation After registration is complete, the new User will receive the following Welcome to QuickLessons! Please do not forget your password as it is encrypted in our database and cannot be recovered. Once you forget it, another password will be generated and activated following the same procedure. Username: SampleUser Password: ********** Your account is currently INACTIVE. You cannot use it unless you access the link: Thank you for registering, The QuickLessons Team The User will need to activate their accounts by following the link in the . If there is any problem with the delivery of any of the s from our system, please contact us at and we will help you analyze and solve the situation. In the meantime, please check that your firewall is not blocking s from the quicklessons.com domain Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

4 Accessing QuickLessons QuickLessons is an online platform, so all you will need is Internet connection and a Flash Player plug-in to start your project. To access QuickLessons follow these steps: 1) Go to 2) Click on the Login button on the menu. After clicking on the Login button: 3) Enter your username. 4) Enter your password. 5) Click OK Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

5 If an error occurs while trying to Login, you will receive a system warning. 1) Read the message carefully. 2) If you wish to know more about the error, access the Login Troubleshoot section. Warning: If you try to Login five times using the wrong Login information, the system will block your username for security reasons. In that case, contact us. To fully experience QuickLessons features we require that you use the latest version of Flash Player and a browser like Internet Explorer, Safari or Firefox. In case you try to log in without one of these two, the platform will warn you to change your browser or update your plug-in. If you already have these two, the faster you will be able to access QuickLessons Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

6 Did You Forget Something? In case you forgot your password, we can easily retrieve it for you. 1) Please access our Website and click on the Login button on the menu. 2) Click on the "Did you forget something?" link. 3) You will see another box in which you will have to provide your Username. If you cannot remember it, contact us. 4) Click on OK to proceed. A new password will be sent to your registered . For security reasons, you will have to activate your account again. After logging in, you will be able to change your password by going to My Profile Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

7 Main Console QuickLessons has a very friendly and intuitive interface. It enables you to navigate through all its features as easily as web browsing. After accessing QuickLessons, you will see all the elements of the Main Console: 1) Start Menu: provides access to the primary functionalities of QuickLessons, such as creating or opening new Course and Learning Objects. 2) Navigation Menu: provides access to the functionalities to be used while creating courses or learning objects. 3) My Courses: displays the list of your most recently created Courses. 4) My Learning Objects: displays the list of your most recently created Learning Objects. 5) My Templates: displays the latest characters added to your account. Feel free to use them as much as you want and customize them with the many available palettes. 6) New Character: displays the latest characters added to your account. Feel free to use them as much as you want and color them with the many available palettes. 7) New Assets: displays the newest Assets (images, videos and animations) added to your Account. You can preview them by clicking on each thumbnail Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

8 8) Help: provides access to QuickLessons' online support tools. 9) Exit: button to log out of QuickLessons. 10) My Profile: provides access to modify your Profile data such as contact info, language and even reset your password Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

9 Start & Navigation Menus The Start Menu is located on the upper left side of the Main Console. There you will find the primary functionalities of QuickLessons. Take a look at what you can do using the Start Menu. 1) Recent: access shortcuts to your latest work. 2) New: create a new course, Learning Object, Asset or character style. 3) Open: open a course, Learning Object, Asset or character style. 4) Save As: save or duplicate a course. 5) Export/Publish: select export options and proceed to course download. For Learning Objects, publish an Object to the Library, allowing you to reuse it. 6) Close: close currently active project and go back to the Main Console. The Navigation Menu is used while developing a course or learning Object. It is composed by three tabs: Home, Build and Style Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

10 1) Home: this tab closes the current page and leads the user back to the Main Console of QuickLessons. 2) Build: under this tab you will find the basic tools needed to create and develop a course or Learning Objects. 3) Style: under this tab you will find the tools necessary to change the visual settings of your course. Since it is not possible to set the visual identity of Learning Objects, this tab will be unavailable for LOs Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

11 Creating Courses and Learning Objects To create a New Course follow the procedure below: 1) Open the Start Menu. 2) Click on New. 3) Select the option Course. A new screen will open where you will have to fill in the fields with the basic instructional information of your course. Not all fields are mandatory. You will be able to change this information at anytime, but in order to proceed you will have to: 4) Enter the name of your new course on the Title field. 5) Enter your course s Nickname. 6) Click on Save to create your course. All information registered in these fields will compound the Metadata of your course that will help you find it more easily Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

12 Important! QuickLessons allows you to chose at the course creation for in which resolution you wish to preview the course while in development. This will help you to get the exact view your student will get when navigating through the course. Take a look at the screen shot bellow. You can change the instructional education of your course at anytime. With your course opened: 7) Right-click on the name of your course. 8) When the menu opens, select the Edit option Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

13 You will be taken directly to the screen with the course s Metadata. Edit the fields and Save. When creating a Learning Object, follow the same procedure used for courses, except choose the option New (1) and Learning Object (2) on the Start Menu. If you have content that you know you will be using in other courses, we recommend that you create a Learning Object and add it as a reusable element to any course. To make a created object available for a courset, you must Publish it, using the icon on the Start Menu Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

14 Opening Courses and Learning Objects To open a Course, follow the procedure below: 1) Click on the Open icon on the Start Menu. 2) Select the Course option. A new screen will open where you will have to enter the information in the fields about the course you are trying to find. When you created your course, you filled out the same fields with instructional information. This information was saved as Metadata so that you will be able to search for a project more easily. 3) Fill out the fields with your course information. 4) Click on Search. Quick Tip If you want to see all courses created or can t remember any information about the project you are looking for, leave the fields blank and click Search Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

15 After clicking on Search, the result list of courses you searched for will appear including: 5) Basic information about the course, such as Title, Language, Author, Account, Creation Date, Last Update and Number of Scenes. 6) This Lock will inform you of your course s current security status. 7) Click on the Name of the course to open it. 8) Click on Details for further information about the course. 9) Click Back to return to the Search page Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

16 Regarding Learning Objects When searching for a Learning Object, follow the same procedure used for courses, except: 1) Click on the Open button on the Start Menu. 2) Select the option Learning Object. If your Learning Object hasn't been Published previously, you won t be able to add it to any course and others won't be able to find it when doing a search. Regarding Course Privacy If you have purchased a License with more than one user there will be other authors sharing your Account. QuickLessons has some privacy rules that you can use to avoid modifications and access by other authors. In your course list there will be locks on the left of your course names. They indicate the privacy status of the course, which can be: 1) When the lock is Open you will be able to share it with others. 2) When the lock is Closed, other people will be able to view your course but it will be blocked for modifications Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

17 The system will ask you to choose between the privacy options every time you close your project. 3) Click Close to leave a course. 4) Choose OK if you want to let others view and edit your course. 5) Click Cancel if you want to block your course from editing Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

18 Creating a Style With QuickLessons you can change the appearance of your course and characters with just a few clicks. Every time you create a course, the system will invite you to set a style for your project. See the screen below. 1) Frame in this section you choose the best layout for your course. The navigation buttons, such as Forward, Back and Update will appear. 2) Resources here you will choose extra educational resources for your course, such as FAQ, Index and Glossary. You will also be able to add your company s logo. 3) Palettes you can select a color scheme for your course. 4) Texts select the style of the text for the frame and for the other text of your course. 5) Characters you will be able to select characters from a library and choose color schemes in this last step. 6) To start customizing the style of your course, click on Next and follow the steps. 7) You can, at anytime during your development process, go back to the Style tab and change the settings. About Learning Objects: setting Styles for Learning Objects is not an option. They will automatically receive the style of the course it has been added to. While editing a Learning Object, the Style tab will not be accessible on the Navigation Menu Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

19 Step 1: Frame Your first step towards creating a style is to define a Frame for your course. Frames are like skins which you will have many models to choose from. At this stage, you only have to choose the model of the frame and not the color. 1) Click on the thumbnails to see the frames in their actual size. 2) Choose a frame by clicking on the appropriate Select button. 3) Save your choice. 4) Click Next to proceed to the following step. Step 2: Resources The second step consists of choosing the extra educational resources for your course. Although not mandatory, we recommend that you use them to support your content, supplying your student with extra information about the subject. 1) Select this box to add a Logo to the frame. 2) Select Index to add a dynamic list of content for your course. 3) Select Glossary to add a section with concepts and definitions to your course. 4) Select FAQ to add a section with the most common questions about a subject to your course Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

20 5) Select Attachments if you want to attach extra material to your course such as a Power Point presentation or a document. 6) Check this option if you want to block each page of the course until all information is displayed. We recommend that you choose this option after your course is done. Otherwise, your course will be blocking the Forward button every time you try to preview it. 7) Save your options. 8) Click Next to proceed Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

21 Choosing a Logo If you choose to add a logo, you will be taken to this page, where you will need to upload a new logo or select one from your Asset library. 1) First, take a look at the recommended size for the image. 2) Click Browse to search for the logo. When the pop up opens, fill out the fields to search for your logo in the Asset library. 1) Logos must be Images. 2) Choose one or more Categories. 3) Fill out the fields with Width and Height of the logo. 4) Choose an Exhibition mode.* 5) Fill out the Description. 6) Click on Search. Learn more about exhibition modes and Asset management in the Managing Assets section in this Guide Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

22 Another page will open with the results of your search. 7) Click on the image you would like to add as your logo. 8) If you want to start a new search, go Back. If you want to add a new logo to your library, the process is very similar. After clicking on the Browse button, click on the New button on the screen below. Then, fill out the same fields as the Asset Search and: 1) Browse for the file in your computer 2) Click Save Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

23 Step 3: Palettes The third step consists of choosing a color scheme for your course. 1) Choose a color scheme for your Frame. 2) Choose a color scheme for your Scenes. 3) Save your choices. 4) Click Next to proceed. There are basic color schemes, but we can build one specifically for your License, if needed. Step 4: Texts Now you have to customize the text style. 1) Select a style for the Titles. 2) Select the Sizes. 3) Select the Alignment. 4) Click on the squares to set Colors for Titles. 5) Select text style for Scenes. 6) Then, select the Size. 7) Select an Alignment. 8) Select the Line Spacing. 9) Don t forget to Save. 10) And click Next to proceed Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

24 Step 5: Characters First of all, you can choose to have characters in your course or not. It is not mandatory to use characters and we don t advise their use for all types of training. However, they can be very engaging and useful in many situations, especially for selfstudies. 1) If you would like to add a character to your course click on Add. 2) If you don t want to add characters, to proceed, click on Next. You will see all characters that are available for your account. They will be in grayscale but don t worry - you will be adding color afterwards. 1) Select the Characters you want to use in your course. 2) Confirm your selection Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

25 Now, all you have to do is confirm your options. You will see a screen with the characters you have chosen and then you will be able to: 1) Change your decision and Remove a character. 2) Add other characters. 3) Or click Next to proceed. Quick Tip Remember that you will always be allowed to go back to the Style tab at any time and change all of your choices. If you remove a character that is already in use, we advise that you review your course and switch the old character for the new one on each Scene. The character that has been deleted will appear in grayscale so it will be easier for you to indentify and edit your Scene. The last thing you will have to do in this fifth step is to set the colors of your characters. There are preset palettes for each character, but you will also be able to create new color palettes if you wish. You can customize skin and outfit colors, though. If you wish to create a special character, contact 1111 Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

26 1) Choose a Palette to add some color to your character. 2) Preview the character by clicking on the magnifying glass. 3) If you have more than one character added to the course, click on the Arrow to configure the next one. 4) You can also create a New palette for a character. 5) Save your changes. 6) Click on Next to proceed. And that s it. You have created the whole visual aspect of your course with only 5 steps. Now you can start building your course s structure and content. But first, you will be able to Preview* the result or Finish the Style settings. *This is a Preview example, after setting the Style Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

27 Creating the Course Tree After you create a Course or Learning Object, you will notice that your screen will be divided in two. To the right side of the screen, the system will invite you to set the style for your project. After you are done with setting a Style, you will notice that the left side of your screen will reload and will add the Resources that were added to your Course Tree. Your Course Tree is the structure of your project and it is graphically represented on the left side of your screen whenever your project is open. Through this Tree you will add the elements of your course such as Levels, Scenes, Exercises, Question Pool, Evaluation and Quizzes. In this side image, you can see: 1) The Name of your course highlighted in blue. 2) The Resources added in the Style section. Whenever there is an element in your Tree highlighted in blue, it means that it is selected and it is probably being edited. In this case, the course is highlighted because its Metadata is being edited. Quick Tip To build your Tree, you can either use the icons on the Main Navigation Menu or use Shortcuts which are always faster and easier. To use shortcuts to build a Tree, right-click on the item and it will open a menu with all the available choices for editing. This Guide will mostly use shortcuts to illustrate actions and procedures Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

28 Adding Levels Levels are the sections of your course. They are like chapters, lessons and topics of a book. They will structure your course according to your course s content. To add Levels, simply follow these two steps: 1) Right-click on the Name of the course. 2) After the menu opens, click on the Add Level option. Then, after viewing this page: 1) Write the Title of the level you want to add. 2) Write the Learning Objectives of this level in the field Objective. 3) Save your level. The Objective field is not mandatory. It is just a way to organize your couse a little better and keep track of the Learning Objectives in your course Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

29 After you have saved your new level, it will be added to your Course Tree see highlight on the image to the side. Afterwards, you can add as many levels as you want. To add a sublevel, you should repeat the process, right-clicking on the level to which you want to add a sublevel. Deleting Levels The procedure to delete a Level is very similar to creating a Level. You can either use a shortcut or the Main Navigation Menu the end result is the same. Take a look below at the procedures using the shortcut menu. 1) Right-click on the Level you want to delete. 2) Select the Delete option. After viewing the screen below, click on Confirm to delete the level. When deleting Levels, everything positioned inside it will be excluded. So, if you do not wish to lose information, be sure to drag and drop all elements to a new position on the Course Tree Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

30 Take a look at an example of a standard Tree for a course: 1) Introduction 2) Units 3) Lessons 4) Evaluation 5) Conclusion This is only an example. In reality the Tree is going to depend a lot on the content you have on hand. Quick Tip You can have as many levels and sublevels as you want and organize your content as you like. If you want to reorganize the structure, just click on the level, drag and drop it to where you want Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

31 Creating Content There are a few easy steps you will have to do to add educational content to your course. First, you will have to create a Scene and choose a template. Then, you will have to insert your content inside the textboxes and it s done. Adding New Scenes To add a new Scene to your course, you must: 1) Right-click on the level to which you want to add a new Scene. 2) After the menu appears, select the Add Scene option. You can also add Scenes right below the course s level, by right-clicking on the course s name. On the right side of the screen you will see the Template Library and some features to help you pick a template. 1) To do a quick search, insert the Number of the template. 2) Click on Search. You will see the result right away. 3) Use Advanced search for a more precise search using filters. 4) These are the Categories of templates. Click to view the templates Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

32 When you open a Category, you will see all the templates available for that group. Here you can: 1) Preview it, clicking on the magnifying glass. 2) Click on the Thumbnail to see a larger version. 3) Click Select to choose. Elements of a Template Example 1 This is an example of the template chosen in the previous screen, but filled with content. There are three elements in this template: 1) The character and its action. 2) The speech bubble with the character s speech*. 3) Bullets (items) with other information. *You can also add audio to all characters and backgrounds Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

33 The templates are dynamic. In this case, the Items are an object of Repetition and you can set how many you want in your screen. There is a limit of repetitions to fit the screen. Also, all the textboxes adapt themselves according to how much text you insert. It is a matter of adding content, previewing it and adjusting, if necessary. Example 2 Here is another example of a simple template*. Take a look at these elements: 1) Text box which you will fill in with introductory information. 2) One media - that can be a.jpg image or Flash animation. *You will also be able to add background audio to this template. 3) Important text box which you will fill with complementary important information. Editing a template 1) After adding a Scene and selecting a template, you will see the Scene you created on the Course Tree, on the left side of the sceen. 2) On the right, you will see an interface in which you will Edit your Scene. 3) You can click on Change if you want to change your template. You will lose all inserted information Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

34 Be sure to paste all your text in a document editor before changing templates so you don t lose anything. Editing Example 1 First of all, you need to know that all templates have their own instructions and they can be saved and previewed at all times. The screen to the right shows where those features are located in the interface: 1) Click Save to save your changes. 2) Click Preview to see how your Scene looks at this point. Quick Tip Everytime you Preview a screen it will automatically be Saved. That way, you won t have to save your editing work all the time. 3) If you are not familiar with the template, click Instructions to get help. In Example 1, in order to edit the template: 4) First, you will need to Browse for a Character. You will see the characters chosen in Style. 5) Then, fill the textbox with your character s speech. 6) You can minimize or maximize the textbox to get a better view of your text Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

35 Since all templates are Flash-based, the text might not always look the same on screen as they look in the textbox. We recommend that you occasionally Preview and adjust your work when necessary. Try to make your Scene look the best by using the textbox controls, such as alignments, colors and sizes. Browsing For a Character When clicking on Browse, you will see a pop up screen with the characters you have chosen for your course. Next, you will have to: 1) Select the one you want to appear on that screen. 2) Choose an Action. All characters have their own set of actions. 3) Click Confirm to validate your choice. After this procedure, you will be able to change characters and actions as many times you want by clicking on Browse again. If your account has a customized character in your License, it can have other actions rather than just the default ones. In this example, the character is going to have an idea on the left side of the screen. Speech Bubbles Every time there is a speech textbox to be filled out, you will encounter three options for the action of the bubble in that Scene. Normally, we recommend you not to hide the speech because the student might miss valuable information. However, depending on your content, the following options may work for what you need Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

36 1) You can set the speech bubble so it will always appear on the screen. 2) You can hide the bubble after the Narration ends. 3) And you can also set a Time (in seconds) to hide the speech bubble. Textboxes with Repetitions When you have an object with Repetitions it means you will have to choose how many times this element will repeat itself in the Scene. 1) Choose a Repetition number. 2) Click on Update. 3) You will be asked to Save all information. If you have already done that, click OK. 4) If the scene is unsaved, Cancel, Save it and start again If you don t Save your Scene before updating, all data will be lost. In Example 1, the dynamic objects are bullets and you will set how many you need. For instance, when you chose five repetitions and update the screen, the textbox will replicate five times Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

37 Adding Narration and Background Audio When selecting a template that contains a character, you will be able to add an audio file for Narration. Also, in all templates you will be able to add background sound. 1) Click on Browse to search for a narration in your audio library or add a new one. 2) Click on Browse to add a background sound to the Scene. 3) You can set the Volume. 4) And an Execution mode. Blocking Forward Button At the end of each edition interface, you can make some choices in terms of navigation. 1) Click if you want to Block until the student accesses the whole content of the page. 2) Choose a period of Time in which the button will be blocked. 3) Click here not to block this button. 4) Preview to see the result of your edited screen. In the Style tab, you have the possibility of blocking the Forward button throughout the whole course. In each Scene you will also be able to make an exception and set it differently from the default setting Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

38 Final Result of Example 1 Editing Example 2 The template shown in Example 2 is as simple as the first one. There are some items in common, such as as textboxes. As always, you can go to Instructions and take a look at the directions on how to edit the template. In this case, we have a media textbox which can be a.jpg image or swf animation and another textbox for important information Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

39 Take a look at the image to the right, which represents the template instructions. 1) First, fill textbox1 with introductory content for this template. 2) Notice that the textbox has been maximized for better viewing. Quick Tip Althought you might have set a default text style for your course, don t forget to use the textbox features to resize, recolor and realign your text Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

40 3) Fill out the Importantbox1 with important information. 4) Notice that a link has been added to the text. There is an Add Link feature on the textbox and you can set the link to open a New Page so the student does not have to leave the course. 5) Next, you will have to add media* to the template. Since the space is limited, an Illustration would be a better fit. However, you could also insert an animation (swf). 6) To select a media file, click on Browse. 7) There is always a Recommended Size in pixels. You can always try other sizes and Preview it to see how it looks. *Learn more about media and Asset management in the Managing Assets section in this Guide Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

41 As previously mentioned, every template will have: 8) A Background sound to be added (mp3). 9) Navigation options regarding the Forward button. 10) Then, after filling in the fields, you can Preview your work. Final Result of Example Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

42 Managing Assets QuickLessons is not only an authoring tool but also a powerful Content Manager Solution. Everything you create and add to your account stays in your account so that you can easily reuse whenever you want. Therefore, you have different types of Libraries in your account, such as: Library of Templates; Library of Frames; Library of Characters; Library of Courses; Library of Learning Objects; and Library of Assets, that can be images, sounds (background sound and character narration), animations and videos. There are default images that come with every account and as you add new Assets to your account, it will be filed away in your library in which you will be able to search for it using Metadata information. Adding a New Asset There are two options available: the Start Menu or pick a Template that requests an Asset. Take a look at the image on the right to learn how to create a New Asset. 1) Click on New on the Start Menu. 2) Select the option Asset Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

43 Next, you will have to fill out information about the new Asset so that it s easily searchable the next time you need to use it. 3) Select the Type animation, image, audio or video. 4) Select a Category. 5) Choose an Exhibition mode to set access permits to the Asset. 6) Add the Size of the new Asset (always in pixels). 7) Add a Description or key words. 8) Browse for it. 9) Save the new Asset Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

44 Quick Tip You can choose more than one Category by holding the Ctrl key and clicking on the categories. Opening Assets The process is very similar. But this time, we are going to use an icon on the Start Menu to search for an image. 1) Click on Open on the Strart Menu. 2) Select the option Asset. 3) Pick the Type. 4) Select a Category. 5) Choose an Exhibition mode. 6) Insert the Size in pixels. 7) Add Description key words (not mandatory). 8) Click on Search. If you fill out only the Type and leave all other fields blank, you will see your entire Library for that type Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

45 When you see the result of your search, you can: 9) Click on the Miniature of the Asset to select it. 10) Or, if you want to search again, click on Back. Adding Assets to Scenes When adding an Asset to a Scene, you will repeat the same process, but click on Browse to access your library and on New to upload a new one. Deleting Assets To delete an asset, just click the red button highlighted on the bottom right corner of the three top images. Important: You can only delete assets that are not being used in any course or by any other User. Editing Assets To edit an asset, just click the blue button highlighted on the bottom right corner of the three bottom images Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

46 The Edit Image screen on the right in which the Asset s information can be changed and saved is displayed after clicking the Edit button. Important: You can only change the information of assets that are not being used in any course or by any User Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

47 Adding and Deleting Learning Objects to Courses Adding Learning Objects Learning Objects are little parts of information that can be reused in courses. For example: if you have content that you know you will use in other courses, you can create a Learning Object. That way, when you create your course, you can add the object where you want it to appear. As you have seen in the Creating Courses and Learning Objects sections of this Guide, the first prerogative when adding a Learning Object to a course is to have it Published. If the Learning Object is not Published, then you will not be able to track it and add it to your course. When a new Learning Object is created, you can access it through QuickLessons Main Console at the My Learning Objects section or use the Open link, on the Start Menu. After that, it is very simple to add a Learning Object to a course. You can add a Learning Object to anywhere you want in your course. In this case, the example shows a Learning Object added inside a Level. Just follow the procedures below. 1) First, right-click on the Level to where you want to place the Learning Object. 2) Then, select the option Add Learning Object Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

48 After this form opens: 3) Insert the Title of the Learning Object or any other information that can help you track it. 4) Then, click Search to view the results. When you see the results for the Search, you can: 5) Click on the Title of the object to add it to your course. 6) See the Details registered in the Metadata. 7) Go Back to search again Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

49 Take a look at how the Learning Object was added directly to the selected Level. After the Learning Object is added to your course, you will be able to manage the Scenes and edit them without modifying the original Object. It becomes a part of your course. If you have characters in your Learning Object that don t match the ones in your course, they will appear in grayscale and you will have to adjust the Scenes and change the characters and actions. Again, you cannot set Styles for your Learning Objects. However, by adding a Learning Object to a course, it will automatically gain the Style of the course it has been added to. See the example below. The example is of a Learning Object screen adapted to the course Style, in green shades, with the previously selected frame, logo, navigation buttons and extra resources Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

50 Deleting LOs To Delete an Object from a Course, use the same procedure used for any other element. Your original Learning Object will not be deleted. 1) Right-click on the Learning Object. 2) Select Delete. 3) You can also use the Delete icon on the Navigation Menu. If you wish to delete an Object from the Library, the courses using the object will be tracked and you can choose what to do in each situation 1111 Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

51 Creating Exercises and Quizzes To create an Exercise or Quiz, use the same procedure used for adding New Scenes. 1) Right-click on the Level to which you want to add an Exercise or Quiz. 2) Select Add Exercise to create an exercise. 3) And select Add Quiz to create a Quiz. Exercises and Quizzes have immediate feedback and don t track scores. Their goal is to emphasize concepts presented in the course. A Question, however, tracks scores for Evaluations. IMPORTANT: This Guide shows one example of a True or False exercise without images. Within every available category of exercises, users can find different types of exercises with differentiating components. 4) Select the template that you want to use from the Library Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

52 Editing an Exercise Now, fill in the form: 1) Insert a Question. 2) Insert a short corresponding text as a Feedback for the Correct Answer. 3) Preview and Edit anytime. 4) Insert a short corresponding text as a Feedback for the Wrong Answer. 5) Insert a short text inviting the user for a second attempt. E.g. Not quite. Try again Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

53 6) The next step is to include the Alternatives for your question. 7) You can choose how many alternatives you want by changing the Repetition number and Updating the screen. Don t forget to save all data before clicking on Update! 8) After inserting the alternatives, mark the correct Answer for each one of them. 9) You can add a Background Sound for all your exercises and templates. 10) The same thing happens with the Forward button settings Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

54 Example of Exercise This is an example of a True or False exercise, with a Question and four alternatives. This is an example of short feedback for a wrong answer. This is an example of short feedback for a wrong answer on a second attempt. This is an example of short feedback for the correct answer Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

55 Creating a Quiz The Quiz Pack consists of interactive activities based on very popular gaming models. There are 10 different samples, which can be added to your course, making them even more interactive. This Guide will show one example of the process of creating a Quiz. 1) First, you can take a look at the Quizzes by clicking on the Magnifying glass. You will see an example of each one with generic questions. 2) Then, after you decide which model you will add to your course, click on Select to add the Quiz to the Course Tree Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

56 Editing a Quiz 1) You have two tabs where you will have to edit and insert information. The first is the Questions tab. 2) The second tab is Options, where you will set some rules. 3) In Questions, you have to insert a Question. 4) Insert an Answer for the question. 5) Insert Feedback text. 6) To start registering questions, click on New. After viewing this screen: 1) Insert a Question for the Quiz. 2) Insert the Answer. 3) Insert the Feedback with some corresponding information about the Question. 4) Click on Save to register your Question Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

57 After your question is registered, you will have four options: 1) Add a New question. 2) Change your question. 3) Delete your Question. 4) And click on the Options tab to proceed. You can add as many questions as you want. There is some info that you will have to provide in the Option tab: 1) Set a Time limit to solve the question. 2) If you added multiple questions and want them all to show, check Yes. 3) If you want to use feedback, check Yes. 4) Check the box if you want your Quiz to have a textbox for a Quick Answer. 5) Check the box to enable Sounds. 6) Save your settings Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

58 Quiz Preview This is an example of a Quiz opening animation. This is an example of a Quiz instructions screen. This is an example of the Hangman Quiz interface. This is an example of the wrong answer feedback Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

59 Creating an Evaluation If you wish to create an Evaluation for your course, there are some basic things you need to know: Evaluations need to be created after you have a Question Pool ready. You can create as many Evaluations as you wish to create in the course. You can create a course that is just an Evaluation. You just need to set a Question Pool and the Evaluation s setting. We strongly advise you create Evaluations outside Levels. This way, when you export your course you can have the Evaluation separately from the content (learn more about export settings in the Exporting section of this Guide). Exercises and Questions There are two types of learning activities in QuickLessons: the exercises and the questions. The Exercises are activities with immediate feedback, which the student will not receive any points. They are just a resource to emphasize the concepts presented during the course. The Questions, on the other hand, don t give immediate feedback but score points and can only be visualized inside an Evaluation. However you can insert them wherever you want in your course. Take a look at the examples below: This first example shows the Evaluation, Test your Knowledge (1) and Question Pool (2) created above a Level called Evaluation. As you can see, you can add both your evaluation and question pool at the end of your course Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

60 If you prefer, you can also use this second example. Place your Question Pool (1) at the end of each level and your Evaluation (2) at the end of the course. This works very well to ensure that there are questions for each Learning Objective you have set for a level. When you navigate through the course, you will notice that the Question Pool does not appear in the same order that is shown on the Tree. They can only be visualized inside an Evaluation. Adding a Question Pool To create a Question Pool, you must do the following: 1) Right-click on the Level where you want to add your Question Pool. 2) Click on the Add Question option on the menu Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

61 Select the type for the first question that you would like to add to your Question Pool. To Create other Questions and Edit them, repeat this procedure and continue the process using the same procedure for editing exercises. Remember, Questions do not have immediate feedback. After you have your Question Pool ready, your Tree will look somewhat like the example to the right. Now, all you have to do is to add an Evaluation to manage the questions from your Question Pool Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

62 Adding Evaluations The Evaluation is made from the Question Pools created throughout the course. Usually, the Evaluations are created at the end of the content to test how much the student learned about the content in question. But you can choose to insert an evaluation wherever you want in your course. To add an Evaluation to your course: 1) Right-click on the Level where you want to place your evaluation. 2) Select the Add Evaluation option. Try to create the Evaluation adding only questions from the Question Pool located above the evaluation level. Otherwise, you will be creating an Evaluation to test content that has not been shown to the student yet Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

63 When you see this screen: 3) Insert the Title of your Evaluation. 4) You can set how many Attempts the student will have to pass the exam. 5) You can block the Forward button. 6) And block the Backward button as well. 7) Save the information. Notice that, when you add an Evaluation: 8) Four new Scenes are added to your course automatically, with a suggestion for Opening, Instructions, End of Questions and Closure screens. 9) You will be able to edit them to add content for each screen or delete them Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

64 Setting Mandatory Questions By clicking on the Mandatory Questions tab (1), you will set which questions must appear on the Evaluation. You will see two columns and you have to transfer the mandatory questions to the right column. In this case, we selected Question 7 (2) and Question 10 (3). Click on the Arrows (4) to select your mandatory questions. After clicking on the Arrows: 5) Notice that your selected questions have been transferred to the right column. If you want to, you can do the reverse process and return the questions to the left column. 6) Notice that now you have 2 questions total in your evaluation. 7) To proceed, click on the Random Questions tab Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

65 In the Random Questions tab, you will see a table showing all the Levels in your course, all the Created questions for each level and the Available questions. You will have to select the number of questions that you wish to be drawn from your Question Pool to your Evaluation. If you established mandatory questions, the total number of selected questions will add up to the number of mandatory questions. In this case, there are 15 created questions. Two were chosen as Mandatory. Therefore, there are 13 questions available to select random questions from for your Evaluation. If you chose 3 questions from the available ones, the Evaluation will have 5 questions total, two mandatory and three random. Don t forget to Save your choices. After you are done creating your Question Pool, Evaluation and all settings, you will be able to take a look at it by: 8) Right-clicking on the evaluation s Name. 9) Selecting the Preview option on the menu. You will also be able to make changes at any time by choosing the Edit option on the same menu Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

66 Setting a Minimum Score The minimum score of approval is defined when the author is about to Export the course. Take a look at the Exporting section of this Guide. Even if the course has more than one level being evaluated, you will have to set one minimum grade for all. QuickLessons does not work with different weights for the questions or evaluations. If a course has more than one Evaluation, the system will calculate the average grade and will only give one grade to the LMS. If you wish to show your course offline, unfortunately, there is no way to track the Evaluation score for your student, unless the teacher is there to see the conclusion screen. If you wish to publish your course online (web version), you will be able to track your student s score by Cookies. However, if those cookies are deleted or the student accesses the course from a different computer, the tracking data will be lost. If you wish to use a publish course in a Learning Management System (LMS), there is no need to worry. If it is a SCORM compliant LMS, you will be able to track scores and progress through it Brickell Avenue 11th floor - Miami, Florida United States - Phone

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